The tween years are an interesting time. Littles are growing up but they’re still our babies. Choosing the correct holiday gift becomes a case-by-case basis. Some tweens still enjoy a good toy. Other tweens are only interested in fashion. Then you have the tweens that are video game or music-obsessed. Gift cards or cash are often the safest routes when gifting a tween. The problem is I’m not a huge fan of gifting cash or gift cards. I want the recipient to know I was thinking of them. I want them to know I care. I’ve compiled this Tween Gift Guide to give you a few options beyond the gift card!
Manimo Weighted Plush – Tweens are dealing with the weight of the world. They are no longer little kids but are far from being adults. Their emotions are at an all-time high, and while sometimes they still want to snuggle up in their parents’ laps, other times they want to be left alone. The Manimo Weighted Plush is a perfect way to help them find their peace. JustaBXgirl uses her Manimo friend regularly to help regulate her emotions and to help center herself.
Skyfire Target Drone – It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a target drone! This is a great way to get the littles to stop shooting at each other! It is also a great way to get your tween to focus. In a phase of their lives where they feel pulled in many directions giving them fun focus projects is key.
STMT DIY Sparkling Disco Decor – Speaking of focus projects, this is an ideal focus gift for an artistic tween. It comes with enough material to make three projects. This is a great gift for a little that needs to learn how to take their time. It also can help your tween realize that small steps lead to big rewards. By taking their time they will finish and have these beautiful accessories.
Axolotl Spudster – Anything with axolotls is a win with JustaBXgirl. The fact that Spudster has an axolotl makes it even better because they are some of the softest plushies we’ve ever felt. This little guy is going to be a perfect addition to the Christmas of the plushies.
Nerf Combat Carrier Case – Nerf had me at storage! If your tween is anything like mine then organization is not their favorite topic. I love items like this that double not only as a fun toy but as a way to store and organize other toys when not being played with. This is another one that helps get them to stop shooting at each other and forces them to do some math when competing!