If you are looking for kids Secret Santa gifts, you’ll love these fun gift ideas! This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.
Giving back during November and December is a favorite pastime for many, and I LOVE that. What better way to spread holiday cheer and love than to give gifts to those who need a little extra love?
Whether you are doing a Giving Tree for those who need help providing gifts for their kids, or just looking to spoil some kids you know in your life with extra gifts via a 12 Days of Christmas Secret Santa or something of that sort, these secret Santa gift ideas for kids would also be great to give kids ages 2-8.
Kids Secret Santa Gift Ideas
Secret Santa Kids Gift Idea #1 – Will You Be My Friend book
Gift your Secret Santa child the Guess How Much I Love You sequel Will You Be My Friend? by Sam McBratney, illustrated by Anita Jeram, published by Candlewick Press.
This playful, warm, lyrical, and beautiful illustrated book portrays a young child’s growing independence and a brand new friendship! This would be a great Secret Santa gift for toddlers and preschoolers, especially if you prefer to gift items that aren’t just toys!
You can grab Will You Be My Friend on Amazon for less than $13!
Also, check out my list of Children’s Christmas Books About Jesus and children’s books about real life heroes. You could also consider Book Box Subscriptions for Kids.
Secret Santa Kids Gift Idea #2 – Silly Skaters Unicorn Inflatable Ride-on Toy from Kid Trax
Another great Secret Santa gift for toddlers is this kids’ ride-on Unicorn from Kid Trax!
It’s an Award-winning kid’s toy from Kid Trax, who’s known for creating epic toys for kids of all ages which you can see on their websites KidTraxToys.com. Or you can check them out on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and Twitter!
Grab this holiday must-have toy for just $30 when you use code Babble5 to get $5 off the Silly Skaters Unicorn! MSRP is $39. Code expires 12/14/2020.
Secret Santa Kids Gift Idea #3 – Grab-n-Go Conversation Cards
Help kids say goodbye to boring small talk with adults with the Let’s Talk: Conversation Starters to Discuss Feelings from Open the Joy ($14.99).
These cards are loaded with questions like “Do you think rules are meant to be broken” and “Who inspires you?” These make for great stocking stuffers for kids!
Open the Joy also has great grab-n-Go Let’s Jokes! cards ($9.99). These simple joke cards will get kids giggling at the over 40 jokes included.
Open the Joy, the company that makes these and other award-winning toys, wants to help families build strong family bonds through conversation, activities, STEM projects, and more. They partner with the Spread the Joy Foundation which distributes free activity kits to hospitalized kids across America. Each purchase you make helps them spread joy to sick kids, one Joy box at a time.
Open the Joy’s motto is simple: You Play. We Give. Kids Heal.
Use code MERRY for a free Unicorn plush with orders over $40 on OpentheJoy.com.
Secret Santa Gift Idea #4 – Kids Soaps from Beloved Bath
Another great stocking stuffer Secret Santa gift idea are assorted soaps and a hand cleansing spray from Beloved Bath!
These clean product soaps contain phthalate-free fragrances and natural colorants and come in fun designs like a building block, heart, elephant, and glitter lips with eco glitter. These would be great kids’ Secret Santa gifts for kids ages 3-14 and range in price from $12-$20.
The hand cleansing spray is 2oz and perfect for travel or backpacks or purses. It’s also skin-friendly, sustainably source, and contains a non-GMO alcohol mixed with a citrus essential oil blend and deionized water. Sells for $6.50.
Additionally these are mission-based gifts, as the company provides meaningful employment for people with autism and donates a portion of each sale to non-profits that provide vocational training for people with autism.
You can learn more about them on their website BelovedBath.com, Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.
Use code BABBLEBOXX at checkout and save 15% on your entire order at BelovedBath.com now through December 20, 2020! Limit one per customer.
Secret Santa Kids Gift Idea #5 – Tinycorns from Baby Alive
Girls and boys ages 3 years old and up will love feeding and changing the diapers on this adorable Baby Alive Tinycorns doll from Hasbro!
It really does drink and pee like a baby! (Additional diapers sold separately.)
With a fun hooded Unicorn dress and sparkly cup, this is a great gift for toddlers and preschoolers on your Secret Santa gift exchange list.
Get the doll in blonde, brunette, and black hair colors at most major retailers nationwide for under $14!
Secret Santa Kids Gift Idea #6 – Play On! from Bay Area Children’s Theatre
Another screen-free secret santa gift idea for kids is a box from Play On!
This is a subscription box (though you can also just purchase individual kits) that lead you through a screen-free, audio-musical adventure with a storytelling kit!
There are two different series – Play On! Discover (ages 3-5, designed for kids and parents to enjoy together) and Play On! Adventure (Ages 5-10, designed to be a choose your own adventure experience kids can do on their own after they get help downloading the soundtrack) – and a special Play On! Holiday edition for the whole family.
Individual boxes are $40 plus shipping, or you can get a whole year of fun for $120 plus shipping (boxes sent quarterly). Each kit is intended to be enjoyed over and over again. You’ll also receive all of the songs on separate tracks, so you can sing along in the car!
Use code ADVENTURE10 to get 10% off all Play On! Orders!
For additional gift guides for kids ideas, check out the following:
- Great Big List of Toys Kids Will Actually Play with Again and Again
- The Perfect Gifts for 8-Year-Old Girls
- 10 Best Monthly Subscription Boxes for Toddlers
- 12 Best Monthly Science Kits for Kids
- 8 Best Educational Subscription Boxes for Kids
- Best Educational Board Games for Kids
- 11 Best Subscription Boxes for Babies 0-3
- 11 Monthly Arts & Crafts Boxes Guaranteed to Help Kids Creativity
- Easy Christmas Science Experiments for Kids
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