What do you get for the kids with everything and the one with the short or nonexistent Christmas/Hanukkah list? Don’t fret—there are some great options for usual gifts this season! Here are 8 that we love.
|1 Kids who love dinosaurs. Know a kid in the middle of their dinosaur obsession? If they already have every dinosaur known to science in action figure form, get them these awesome dinosaur knobs (below) for their dresser or cabinet. If and when the dino phase passes, just switch them out for the next phase. $15
2. Kids who love dolls. Give Barbie a rest this year and gift your doll-loving child something different. Lammily is the first realistically proportioned doll, with measurements based on average body sizes for men and women. From $25.
|3. Daredevils, fun-seekers, and high-flyers. Who doesn’t love to fly sky-high in a building full of wall-to-wall trampolines? Get your daredevil passes to an indoor trampoline park like Sky Zone, which has locations all across the U.S. and Canada. From $30.
4. Ninjas in training. This Ninja slackline from L.L. Bean lets kids train like a ninja in the backyard or on the camping trip. Obstacles can be moved farther apart as skills improve. $99
|5. Kids who see the world in a unique way. This make your own kaleidoscope kit lets kids combine colors and shapes to make their own unique vision from every turn. $40
6. For the future builder. This season, 3D technology is more affordable than ever before! IDO3D uses a cool blue LED light and soft, squeezable 3D
|7. Kids with a sense of humor. From the creator of the online comic The Oatmeal comes this season’s hottest card game: Exploding Kittens. “Exploding Kittens is a card game for people who are into kittens and explosions and laser beams and sometimes goats.”
8. For the Pokemon fan. 2016 might be remembered for a lot of interesting things, but for Pokemon fans, it was the year of Pokemon Go. Get your little creature hunter one of these cute plush toys based on their favorite character. Warning, some might require dipping into their college savings fund. $13 and up.