Charming toys, decor, and accessories for tiny tots all the way to stylish teens

Gifts for Kids

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A Closer Look

Perfect for the kiddo who’s curious about the natural world, this wood-handled dual glass allows for 5x and 10x magnification. A handy loop allows for securing the magnifying glass to a backpack, for those spontaneous moments of crouching down to examine rocks, bugs, and leaves up close

Terrain Dual Magnifying Glass, $18

Eating Around the World

Make mealtime fun and educational in one fell swoop with table linens illustrated with world map that the kids (and adults) can fill in. The ten included color safe markers will wash off with warm water, so the whole family can start all over again.

Uncommon Goods World Map Coloring Tablecloth, $30

Coder Kit


Get the kids hooked on computer science with the Kano kit, which makes building a computer and starting to code easy and fun.

Kano Computer Kit, $149

A Bug’s Life

This oversized book is chock full of gorgeously illustrated pages enumerating all manner of fascinating facts about moths, beetles, spiders, and more creepy-crawly critters.

The Big Book of Bugs, $19.95

Pint-Sized Picasso

Courtesy of IKEA

Chalkboard on one side, white board on the other, this easel will keep a budding artist busy.

IKEA MÅLA Easel, $19.99

A Gift with Layers


This beautifully crafted doll set not only looks great as nursery decor, but also offers little ones endless fun of nesting and un-nesting the layers, each of which features a different woodland animal, from owl to bear.

Terrain Woodland Nesting Doll Set, $28

One Cute Critter

It’s never too early to start a lifelong love of the outdoors! This adorable, oh-so-soft plus mat is the perfect animal- or forest-themed nursery accessory, and comes in the form of a fawn or a fox.

Anthropologie Woodland Play Mat, $42

Little Fluffy Cloud

This bathrobe is as soft as it gets and will keep little ones toasty warm through winter. It holds up to repeat machine washings, too, making it a solid investment for a child’s wardrobe.

Pottery Barn Kids Solid Plush Robe, $49.50

Light Up the Night

This handmade wood night light is perfect for a space-themed nursery. It’s bright enough to make your little one feel secure, but soft enough to promote peaceful slumbers.

Etsy Wooden Rocket Ship Night Light, $84

One to Grow On

Tend your budding gardener with this mini cactus growing kit. With easy instructions, potting mix, seeds, and a ceramic planter designed to look like a rock, your tot can add a touch of nature to your home and feel the pride of a plant parent.

Terrain Cactus Grow Kit, $14

Animal Headphones

The animal-ear design adds a little imagination (and cuteness) to these kids’ headphones.

Pottery Barn Teen Emily & Meritt Animal Headphones, $59

Gone Gamping

Courtesy of The Homespun Market

Mini outdoors enthusiasts will love the pretend-play version of the camping experience throughout the year.

Etsy Campfire Play Set, from $75.50

Knit Treasures

Courtesy of Blabla

From alpaca stuffed dolls to cactus-shaped pillows, these artisan-knit products are musts for any nursery.

Blabla Dolls and Pillows, from $45

Little Lens

Courtesy of Bitte

Unplug from your smart phone and say cheese for these cool kid-sized wooden cameras.

Bitte Pixie Camera, $40

Wear Your Parks ❤ on Your Sleeve

Outfit your tree hugger in a Parks Project tee and part of the proceeds go to one of 30 conservancies to help fund National Parks.

Parks Project Raglan Tee, from $28

I Want to Ride My Bicycle

Courtesy of Public Bikes

Two wheels are better than four and two wheels are also cooler when they are paired with a Public bike.

Public Sprout Kid’s Bike, from $239.95

The Sweetest Topper

Courtesy of Bitte

You can only dress a child at your whims for so long. Live it up with the likes of this adorable bunny bonnet.

Elliefunday Organic Baby Bunny Bonnet, $22