12 - 14 Years

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  • Lil Seraph Schoolboy Hat


    Is your daughter a budding fashionista? She will love this trendy hat from Goorin Bros. that is as adorable as it is warm. This felt schoolboy hat will keep her head warm, and the delicate plaid bow will appeal to her stylish sensibilities.

    $14 at Goorin Bros. | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 01 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Girls Fleece Lined Anorak


    Boden always has great prints for kids, and their classic anorak is no exception. Warm and waterproof, this bright and cheeful coat will be a playground standout.

    $58 at Boden | Buy

    | Posted 01 Nov, 2012 by Rene
  • Ohlala Beret


    She might fight you to keep her hat on, but once she sees this miniature version of the beret all of the cool, big girls are wearing, she will have this cozy knit hat on faster than you can say, “oh la la”.

    $17 at 77kids | Buy

    | Posted 29 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Girls Toggle Puffer


    That bus stop gets seriously freezing cold in the morning. Arm your little girl with the warmest and coolest-looking coat. Down filling will keep her warm while the faux-fur lined hood will block out nasty winter gales.

    $148 at J.Crew | Buy

    | Posted 29 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Boys Chill Chaser Sherpa Coat


    Sherpa fleece- does anything sound warmer than that? This cozy coat from Hanna Andersson keeps littles ones toasty without adding too much bulk, leaving them free to play outside on the chilliest days.

    $39 at Hanna Andersson | Buy

    (On sale)

    | Posted 23 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Temporary Tattoos For Rubber Tipped Shoes


    Kids love simultaneously looking like everyone else but doing their own thing. Their basic pair of sneakers can get the personalized treatment thanks to Addatoos, clever tattoos for shoes. The same shoes as the rest of their friends paired with their own combination of bows, moustaches and more make this set an inexpensive way to make your creative kids’ day.

    $10 at Spoon Sisters | Buy

    | Posted 18 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Clouds Wall Decor


    Let your kids have their head in the clouds with charming wall decorations that encourage deep thinking. A trio of cute clouds will add whimsy and fun to your child’s room and a dash of inspiration to their imagination.

    $56 at DwellStudio | Buy

    (Set of 3)

    | Posted 04 Oct, 2012 by Rene
  • Kangaroom Storage Kids Desktop Organizer


    Whether your elementary schooler has a touch of OCD or is completely disorganized, they will love this handy-dandy all-in-one organizer from Kangaroom. With a spot to hold every school supply, not to mention a dry-erase surface for notes and doodles, this organizer will ensure your kid kicks off the school year in an orderly fashion.

    $25 at Great Useful Stuff | Buy

    | Posted 04 Sep, 2012 by Rene
  • Zodiac Artwork


    Let your little one know what their star sign says about them and add a little art to their rooms as well. Whether a gemini or a taurus, these zodiac prints are fun and fanciful decor.

    $98 at Serena & Lily | Buy

    | Posted 28 Aug, 2012 by Rene
  • Signature Schoolbag


    A horizontal design, extra pockets, and cushy shoulder straps make this schoolbag a great option for kids. The really great part? With each purchase, Schoolbags for Kids will donate a schoolbag with basic school supplies to a child in need around the world.

    $59 at Schoolbags for Kids | Buy

    | Posted 17 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • The Lunch Box


    Another year of packing nutritious school lunches is upon us. You’ll find inspiration and recipes in The Lunch Box, even if your kid insists on peanut butter and jelly every day.

    $13 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 17 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Lunch Lines


    As the kids get older, a sweet lunchbox note with hugs and kisses from mom is less appreciated. A joke here and there? They’ll love it. The hugs and kisses are implied.

    $10 at Paper Source | Buy

    | Posted 16 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Rubbermaid Litterless Juice Box


    This little gem has been around for a while. It’s re-usable and BPA-free like all the others out there, but it’s small enough to fit in a lunchbox with plenty of room left for snacks.

    $3 at The Container Store | Buy

    | Posted 16 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • School Years


    It’s not too late to transform that ever-growing box of school pictures and report cards into a memory book. This spiral-bound album makes it easy.

    $17 at Chronicle Books | Buy

    | Posted 15 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Chuck Taylor All Star Ox


    Old-school shoes for a new school year.

    $29 at Zappos | Buy

    | Posted 15 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • No. 2 Pencils


    School supply list: 36 sharpened pencils. Save yourself some time with a few packs of Ticonderoga pre-sharpened pencils. You’re welcome.

    $8 at Amazon Supply | Buy

    | Posted 14 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • momAgenda Family Planner


    Back to school means a return to busy schedules. Keep everyone organized with this momAgenda weekly planner strategically placed where the whole family will see it – on the fridge.

    $17 at momAgenda | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Herschel Supply Company Settlement Backpack


    This classic backpack is made to last, which means you might have one less thing to buy when back-to-school comes around next year.

    $55 at J.Crew | Buy

    | Posted 13 Aug, 2012 by Christy
  • Little Besties


    BFF lockets are so last year. Tattly’s temporary tattoos are a hip alternative. Designed by Julia Rothman, these Little Besties are meant to be shared.

    $5 at Tattly | Buy

    | Posted 09 Jul, 2012 by Christy
  • Tenzi


    As a general rule, the simplest of games become fast favorites. The simple goal of Tenzi? Players roll the dice until someone gets ten of a kind. Straightforward and perfect for family game night.

    $15 at I Love Tenzi | Buy

    | Posted 29 Jun, 2012 by Christy
  • Sleeping Queens


    School’s out for summer and it won’t be long before parents everywhere hear the kids grumble, “I’m bored…” Dragons, knights, and a dozen sleeping queens make a super fun antidote to the summertime blahs. The bonus? This games sneaks in a few math skills on the sly.

    $11 at Fat Brain Toys | Buy

    | Posted 26 Jun, 2012 by Christy
  • Nifty Plates from the Fifty States Game


    Are we there yet? Add this fun license plate game to your summer road trip arsenal and you can keep the kids entertained with a geography lesson on the sly.

    $12 at Pottery Barn Kids | Buy

    | Posted 31 May, 2012 by Christy
  • Lemonade Crockery


    Helping the kids set up the quintessential summertime lemonade stand? Add some upmarket style to their entrepreneurial endeavor with ice cold refreshments served in this ceramic crockery.

    $128 at Chasing Fireflies | Buy

    | Posted 30 May, 2012 by Christy
  • The Art of Yo


    Never underestimate the power of a simple wooden toy. No batteries, music, or flashing lights – just classic summer fun. We love this yo yo made of Maplewood. The included handbook is filled with how-to secrets for mastering the Art of Yo.

    $10 at House 8810 | Buy

    | Posted 29 May, 2012 by Christy
  • Yummy Doodles Place Mats


    Dining out with the kids is infinitely easier with something on hand to keep restless hands busy. Taro Gomi’s tear off placemats are perfect for inspiring doodles and entertaining artists of any age. Just add crayons.

    $13 at Chronicle Books | Buy

    | Posted 22 May, 2012 by Christy

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