Wondering what to get your child for Christmas this year? We've compiled our top 10 (more or less) Christmas gift ideas for the Lower, Middle, and Upper School students in your household.
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Lower School: Ten gift ideas for your Kindergarten - 5th grade student!
Every kid needs a flashlight for backyard adventures, camping, or just use around the house.
9a. The Daring Book for Girls
An essential for the young ladies in your life.
9b. The Dangerous Book for Boys
From rocks and knots, to swords and reptiles, famous battles and flags, there is something in this book for every boy.
8. Snap Circuits
For the young engineer in your family!
7. Mobi: The Numerical Tile Game
Improve math skills while having fun!
6. Minnesota Children’s Museum Membership
There is always something fun and new at the Children’s Museum! Click Here to sign up!
5. Brik Tile
Build your creations on a wall, door, or any vertical surface. Compatible with LEGO.
4. 3Doodler 3D printing pen set for kids
An excellent introduction to the world of 3D printing. Completely safe for kids, no heat required.
3. Walkie Talkie Set for kids
Mr. Button loves his walkie talkie, your kids will love a set of their very own.
2. Ticket to Ride Board Game
Hours of fun! Learn geography, business skills, risk-taking, etc. Fun for parents too!
1. Grace for the Moment: 365 Devotions for Kids
By Max Lucado, good for reading as a family or alone, for ages 6-11.
Middle School: Ten gift ideas for your 6th -8th grade student!
10a. 50 Things Every Young Lady Should Know: What to Do, What to Say, and How to Behave
Young ladies are social creatures, this book will show how to have impactful relationships with friends, peers, and others in all situations.
10b. 50 Things Every Young Gentleman Should Know Revised and Updated: What to Do, When to Do It, and Why
Gentlemen aren’t just born, like warriors, athletes, or doctors, they must be trained. This book will put every young man on the right path for making good impressions and influencing people in positive interactions.
9. Science Museum of Minnesota membership
The Science Museum of Minnesota is a great way to spend cold wintry Saturday. A year membership pays for itself quickly! Click here to sign up!
8. Minnesota Historical Society Membership
One yearly membership for all of Minnesota’s greatest treasures! One memberships gains free admission at 26 Minnesota historical locations. Click here to sign up!
7. Logic Puzzles
Fun for all ages. Good luck putting these back together!
6. Great Circle Works Logiq Tower
3D wooden tower game, challenging for all!
5. Ice skates!
Every Minnesotan needs a pair of ice skates. Tip for parents: these can be purchased used at several local stores.
4. Hub Hobby gift certificate
This locally owned store has something for everyone! Rockets, trains, puzzles ,model kits, slot car racing kits, etc.
3. Hoyle’s Rule of Games
Find a new favorite card game, this book has it all!
2. Qwirkle Board Game
Patterns, logic, and math all in one. Fun for ages 8 and up.
1. Unshakable: Following Jesus in Your Teens and Beyond
For both ladies and gentlemen. Purchase Here!
Upper School: Ten gift ideas for your 9th - 12th grade student!
10. Compassion International Sponsorship
Scripture tells us, “it is more blessed to give than to receive.” Compassion International is a wonderful way to get students into giving and blessing others.
9. Rich Dad Poor Dad
A best-selling primer on personal finance and money management.
8a. The Illustrated Art of Manliness
A perfect addition to any young man’s library. Easy to read, practical, fun.
8b. 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You
This is not an anti-technology book, but a real look at the world of smartphones and how to use technology in a God-honoring way.
7. Portable car jump starter/USB charger
Don’t laugh, winter is coming. Every teen driver needs to be able to help out others (or themselves).
6. Ski/Snowboard passes
5. Table Topics: Questions to Start Great Conversations
A fun game for all ages.
4. Game of Things
A very funny writing game, good for all ages.
3. Luggage Set
Teens don’t need to pack for the weekend in a black trash bag.
2. Shooting range pass
Find a location near you, a great way to spend a morning or afternoon with your teenager.
1. Study Bible
Pick your favorite translation and style.