The preschool years are all about play-based learning, and self-expression. and emotional growth so this year’s preschooler holiday gift guide is filled with different ways to boost your preschooler’s self-confidence.
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Let your preschooler’s imagination soar with the (Amazon affiliate) Step2 Adventure Camper. Whether set up in the backyard or inside the home for a rainy day, your tot will enjoy grilling delicious meals, prepping in the camper’s indoor kitchen, and welcoming guests who ring the working doorbell, utilizing social development skills, self-expression, role-playing, and creativity!
Is your preschooler curious about nature? With KiwiCo’s Nature Kaleidoscope Set, littles can build their very own kaleidoscope and add their favorite nature treasures (items found on walks outside) to get another look at the beauty of nature. This is a gift that includes learning, getting outside, quality time, STEM, and creativity all in one!
Squash bedtime worries with Tiniest Tiger’s sweet BPA-free rechargeable Cat Night Light. The nightlight is made from soft-to-touch silicone and would make a great little nightlite for preschoolers afraid of the dark or who need a light to carry for nighttime bathroom breaks.
Sometimes preschoolers have to navigate difficult feelings or unfriendly classmates, making “Heroes Don’t Have to Fly” (Amazon affiliate) a great book for the preschooler in your life. It’s about a bird named Scooter who can’t fly but despite that tries to use words of encouragement and positivity to help everyone around him. A bully tries to hurt Scooter’s feelings, along with the feelings of other birds but Scooter’s positivity outshines the negativity until eventually, the bully also learns to use words of encouragement to help others!
There’s slime as you knew it before this article and then there’s OG Slimes. Every single custom slime kit from OG Slimes look realistic and is a sensory experience! Now some of these look good enough to eat so adult supervision is required, but with everything from Hello Kitty to Pink Drink and Grandma’s Cookies, the fun is endless.
Starting preschool means more baths throughout the week, but frequent baths and holiday weather can be rough on the skin. Protect your kiddo’s sensitive skin with Tubby Todd’s The Regulars Bundle — it includes an all-over ointment, everyday lotion, and long-lasting bubble-making hair and body wash. We love the festive aroma of Cranberry Mandarin and all the bubbles for creative bathtime fun.