Holiday Gifts for Kids
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Opinel Le Petit Chef Set, $50
Finally! A set of kitchen tools that kids can actually cut with. A protective finger guard helps mom rest a little easier.
Water Garden, $60
Bring the garden inside with a self-cleaning fish tank that grows food! This clever setup creates a closed-loop ecosystem — the fish feed the plants, and the plants clean the water!
Freezable Carryall Lunch Bag — Ziggy, $20
Perhaps it's time for a midyear lunchbox refresh? This sturdy cooler bag has plenty of room.
Lil' Placemat, $15
This slip-free silicone mat keeps the table clean while providing an easy-to-reach spot for cutlery. It's also dishwasher-safe, making washing up a breeze.
Sushi Slicing Play Set, $20
Your little foodie-in-training will love to make and "eat" this realistic wooden sushi just as much as Mom and Dad enjoy the real thing!
Låtsas 11-Piece Shopping Basket Set, $10
What child wouldn't love a market basket filled with a variety of plush gourmet goodies?
Giant Gummy Candy Maker, $30
Use the central warmer to create a fruity gelatin base, then fill the molds to make your very own gummy bears, fish and worms.
Ice Cream Cone Cupcake Baking Kit, $25
Bake cupcakes right in the cones, then decorate them with "scoops" of decadent frosting and sweet sprinkles.
Kid-Sized Giraffe Whisk, $5
Kids love to help out in the kitchen when they have tools that are just the right size.
Taco Booties, $25
Wear your love of tacos on your sleeve — or on your little one's feet. Handmade from natural wool, these adorable taco booties are cozy and warm, but perfect for a fiesta.
Girl Scouts Cookie Oven, $50
Inspired by favorite Girl Scout Cookie flavors, this kit includes everything a beginning baker needs to get started, including a working kids’ baking oven, a pan, a spatula, a measurer and a Thin Mints starter mix.
Assorted Mini Food Erasers, $2
These mini erasers make a great stocking stuffer for your budding chef.
Sriracha Sippy Cup, $8.50
While the baby might not yet be dousing his meals with this beloved hot sauce the way Dad does, he can still take part in the Sriracha hot-sauce trend.