I am up to my eyeballs in preschooler boys around these parts, and sometimes it feels like the gift options out there are sparse: more duplos or maybe mega blocks.
Determined not to wrap up more of the same, I have scoured the interwebs for creative, imaginative, and plain old fun gifts in a range of prices for the preschool set. Here is the best of what I found. Also, be sure to check out the directory of gift guides for everything from tweens to photographers at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
1. The Reader hardcover book by Amy Hest, $4.25
I especially adore the illustrations in this book.
2. Little Blue Truck board book by Alice Schertle, $6.99
A fun, rhyming favorite of ours. Beep beep beep.
A combination of construction trucks and play-doh, two very popular toys with preschoolers.
Cute, little handmade fishing set.
Have you heard of these? Balance bikes are supposed to help kids peddle without training wheels sooner. I love that this one is wooden and not plastered with Sponge Bob.
This is a subscription service that sends you a box-a-month, filled with everything you need for several themed crafts, oriented toward the preschool crowd. I know several homeschooling mamas who swear by it.
9. IKEA Duktig mini-kitchen playset, $99.99
I like that this kitchen is neutral for boys or girls and is sturdy and wooden.
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