Would you like to give gifts that are as fun to play with as the empty box? I’ve created a list of gift ideas for homeschoolers from some of our favorites over the years. We’ve actually owned and enjoyed everything on this list!
These were on my wish list for years and I finally bought them last year. My kids were playing Christmas songs in just a few days! Very nice sound.
The sandwich pieces stick together, allowing for some crazy sandwich creations. I get served a different one at least once a week.
These chunky beads are perfect for toddlers. My daughter was too young to string them at first, so I would do it for her and she would toddle around the house pulling them behind her.
My kids love this set! We’ve had ours for several years and they have almost worn it out.
These books about a bumbling farm dog have us laughing until we cry.
My kids use this set to build elaborate playhouses.
It was amazing to be able to watch a caterpillar form a cocoon and then emerge as a butterfly.
These puzzles are very high in quality and beauty. They range from easy (and BIG) preschool puzzles to ones with many pieces. We like the puzzles with holiday scenes.
I use our dry erase board often during our group lessons, and it keeps my preschooler busy when I am working one-on-one with another child.
Can you call yourself a real homeschooler if you don’t own this game? 😀 Lots of strategy involved, but simple enough that my 8-yr old can play.
Creative thinking wins this game by ordering your cards according to what fits inside something else- which is of course very subjective. Lots of laughs!
Kids are fascinated with magnets, and I like these wands because there is no worry of a little bitty swallowing one.
These cute animal magnets are large and kept my young preschooler busy while I was cooking dinner.
These aren’t your mama’s dot to dot puzzles!
These are good-quality stocking stuffers for around $1.50, and can help get you to that free shipping mark.
Starting at just $1.35, these are lots of fun for a little price.
What are some of your homeschooler’s favorites?