The great outdoors have so much to offer our little ones. From the opportunity to use their imagination to discovery and adventure! Here are some ideas for gifts for young explorers in your family!
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I think we all hope our children will love being outside. Even though the TV isn’t the devil and it’s nice to snuggle up and read books when the weather is colder, there’s something the outdoors can offer us that indoors can’t. Wide open spaces, a sense of adventure, and opportunity to explore our environment.
I grew up in the country and have a soft spot for greenery and wide open spaces. Whether you’re in the mountains, valleys or suburbs I hope some of these gifts will help spark your imagination and creativity as you shop for the little explorers in your life.
#1. Melissa and Doug Backyard Explorer Role Play Set. The kit is great for exploring, using your imagination, role play and learning about nature.
#2. Discovery Kids Outdoor Adventure Insect Collector. This kit includes a collecting pot, tongs, net, nozzles, and collector.
#4. National Geographic Kids Adventure Pack. This belt holds all the necessary exploring equipment for the young backyard explorer including a compass, flashlight, and canteen.
#5. Uncle Milton National Geographic Outdoor Explorer’s Pack. Pack includes expedition shoe lights, 4-in-1 explorer navigation tool, and a 3-in-1 expedition magnifier.
#1. Gamecraft Safety Guard Scooters. Swivel scooters (lots of great reviews here).
#2. Outdoor Bow Archery Set. Compound bow set for introducing archery to children.
#3. Toy Monster Monkey Bars Tower. Durable interlocking tubes and carries max weight of 150 pounds.
#4. Backyard Glow Darts. Great for evening barbecues, tailgates, or outdoor events. Solar charged.
#5. Flexible Flyer Snowblock. Snow block maker ideal for constructing igloos and forts.
I hope some of these things have spurred on your imagination so you can give your little adventurers some great times outdoors. Toys that allow children to use their imagination seem to have a longer shelf life in our home, and anything that gets them away from the screen for hours is golden in my book!
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