5 - 7 Years
Ready, set, go! Little travellers will delight in receiving Little Passports, all packaged up in a tiny suitcase. Inside they will discover a world map, a passport, a note from characters Sam and Sophia, stickers, activities, and access to online games geared towards different destinations each month.
Little Passports | Buy
This is decidedly offbeat nursery art, but why not? Sweet Mrs. Badger looks as nice as could be. This fabric collage is mounted on a slice of wood to add to the forrest feel.
Pink Cheeks Studios | Buy
Subtle enough to work in any child’s room, this playful rug doubles as a hop scotch mat- complete with two beanbags! Just never expect your kid to nap ever again.
Land of Nod | Buy
Brightly painted birch birds will mesmerize babies laying in their cribs, and add simple Scandinavian style to a nursery.
snugstudio | Buy
These dreamy curtains add lovely, colorful pattern to your little lady’s room, while shielding her slumber from the morning light. Anything for a few more minutes of sleep, right?
Ikea | Buy
Roar! This soft, wooly tiger head is a play on the classic hunting motif, but way cuter and way less real. If you think it might freak out bleary-eyed kiddos during the night, this ferocious tiger will also suit a playful play area to a T.
giggle | Buy
Listen, you’re going to need a rocker with a new baby anyway, so you might as well make it as chic and sophisticated as possible. Rock out in mid-century flair with this posh perch, which can seamlessly move on to any room in your home.
Garnet Hill | Buy
Sweet deers will wish your little dear sweet dreams. The poppy-hued deers and chartreuse backing and trim make these woodland-themed pillow shams pop, and are an easy and in expensive way to freshen up your little’s room decor.
ModCloth | Buy
Even the most hat-averse kid will want to don this mysterious mask-slash-hat when winter weather hits. Who was that masked second-grader, anyway?
Give Simple | Buy
This simply sweet moose-shaped coat rack from All Lovely Stuff corrals coats and bags while providing a whimsical touch to your childs’ room.
Gretel Home | Buy
Save yourself the hassle of digging through the lost-and-found bin at school each week by investing in Mabel’s Labels. The basic kit contains dishwasher and mircrowave safe Mini Labels for bottles, cups and tupperware, Tag Mates for clothing that are washer and dryer safe, and Shoe Labels and Bag Tags which are waterproof and UV-resistant. That is the long way of saying these labels will last forever and ever.
Mabel's Labels | Buy
Tweens and teens will love personalizing their binders to express themselves. And, for $4, it’s a cheap and cheerful way to liven up ho-hum notebooks and organizers.
I Heart Organizing | Buy
Dominate homework with this clever lap desk. Compartments corral school supplies while the hinged lid is the perfect writing suface. Even better? The legs on this desk fold up for easy transport and storage.
Organize.com | Buy
So many fingerpaint masterpieces, so little wall space. Store all of those beloved art projects in this handy holder from PB Kids, and let the kids use the chalkboard to further express their artistic vision. (Or to label the compartments.)
Pottery Barn Kids | Buy
Send a cheerful lion backpack along with your little one for encouragement on that oh-so exciting, oh-so nerve wracking first day of school. Who could feel anything but happy when digging into that sweet, furry face for a snack?
Land of Nod | Buy
Have you guys heard about Schoola? This clever and caring company resells your kids’ outgrown clothes and donates a portion of sales to a school of your choice. Hand-me-downs are being sold all over the country, kids are benefitting in the classroom, and you’re clearing out stuffed closets and drawers, all at the same time. Well done, Schoola!
Schoola | Buy
Attack the new school year with this leonine backpack, sure to make your kid the leader of their pack. Features pockets for sunglasses, laptops, and tablets. Made from 900d nylon water-resistant fabric.
Tilly's | Buy
School will be starting before you know it, so start thinking up cute, tasty food combos to stash in this bento box for Junior’s lunch. Made from eco-friendly stainless steel, it’s durable and, bonus time, dishwasher safe!
Romp | Buy
Stop running around from store to store in preparation for your kids birthday party. Instead, order this box of themed decorations, activities and treats from P.S. XO and let the paper goods, goodie bags and crafts come to you. The little fairies, pirates or safari hunters in your life will heartily approve.
PS XO | Buy
Teach Junior the ABCs and engineering at the same time with these nifty mahogany and pine blocks. They’d even be perfect gifts for your favorite font fanatic.
Red Sail | Buy
Overalls are back in fashion this year, so why shouldn’t your little girl ride the trend as well? We’re keen on this cotton-lined pair from Zara in a lovely floral print that she can wear back to school, too.
Zara | Buy
The pastic cone-shaped birthday hat just got kicked to the curb. Splurge on a handmade birthday crown to really take the celebration up a notch. Little Blue Olive makes these unique and lovely crowns to order, with the littlest party animals in mind.
Little Blue Olive | Buy
Colorful, comfortable, and oh-so ready for warmer temperatures, these cheerful midi-length dresses will be a hit with summer fun-loving little girls. Great for throwing on over swimsuits or playing the day away.
Garnet Hill | Buy
What’s not to like about these cheerful chickies? They’re soft (won’t damage stuff or people when thrown), light up, are super adorable & colorful, and they’re cheap. Or should we say cheep?
Paper Source | Buy
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