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Great Gift Ideas for the Kids

Updated on August 2, 2019
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Cher is a Freelance Writer and a Blogger. As a self-proclaimed writer, she works hard to make this a reality.

Gifts for Kids

What do you want for your birthday or Christmas? I remembered my mother used to ask me when I was little. I always just ask for a nice toy cooking set or a Barbie doll.


Now that I am already a mother myself, I asked my daughter what gift she prefers to receive for this year and she told me she wants a PSP right away.


Most kids nowadays seem to be into gadgets. However, gadgets like gaming consoles seem to be really pricey. This may not suit little children yet even if they wanted to have one.


So how will you choose a gift for your children?


1. Costs

It is the main concern for most people. If you are in a budget, it will be a good idea to compare prices. Check online stores like Amazon or eBay and see for yourself. This way, you do not have to go out there to look for a better deal. The item will be ship out directly to the gift address. Most online stores now are giving away free shipping for the holidays if you reach a certain amount.


2. Interest

A child may tell you specifically what they want. But as soon as you gave them other ideas, that can change. It is important to know the child's interest and think about what they may need. Personalizing gifts according to their interest is more thoughtful just giving them what they asked for.


3. Warranty

If you have decided to buy a gaming console as your gift, you may want to check if they have a warranty for that item in case something wrong happened to it. These type of items costs higher than the usual doll or a toy gun. You wouldn't want to have a useless gift just after a few days of purchase.


4. Age and Gender

This is quite important. Bigger kids want to have a specific gift, not just something you choose for them. You don't want to see the disappointment on their face when they opened your gift for them. Smaller kids may not really complain that much but make time to choose a gift for them that can help their development. Educational toys seem to be a good pick. Also, make sure to consider gender. You don't want the complaining just because of the color.


Remember, birthdays or Christmas without a gift is like melted ice cream. It should be perfect for the occasion. For a child, it is the best time of their lives. Make it perfect for them so they will always have something to remember and look forward to. Who knows, this can be one way for them to be nice kids all throughout the whole year!

© 2011 Cher Dayao

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      Aurelio Locsin 

      17 months ago from Orange County, CA

      Good advice for any type of gift-giving.

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      formosangirl 

      9 years ago from Los Angeles

      Interesting.

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