The best Christmas gifts for kids don’t have to cost a fortune. Most kids love the idea of simply opening a mystery wrapped package for Christmas.
For the past few years, I’ve been getting my son a few bigger gifts that he’s wanted for Christmas. Then, I fill out the rest of his gift haul with some smaller gifts around $10 to $15 and it works out great. I’m a firm believer that you can still find meaningful, useful, and thoughtful gifts for kids without going overboard with your spending.
If you’re on a tighter budget this year, you can definitely find Christmas gifts for kids under $10. If you have multiple kids in your household or a lot of nieces or nephews, getting gifts under $10 per person could be a really helpful strategy.
Construction Toys – $9.99
One place to start for your younger kids is construction toys. This set will be a great way to help build your child’s construction collection because it comes with 6 trucks! The playmat not only protects them while playing but also provides road and grassy areas to help make everything more realistic for them. You’ll even get a few road signs for them to place on the mat. The toy trucks are non-toxic, strong, durable, plastic. A few of the trucks are a mixer, bulldozer, and dumper truck.
LED Hover Soccer Ball – $9.99
A great alternative for soccer in the house without risking damage to furniture and other items. Winter in some parts of the country unfortunately means cold weather. So having an option like this can help your child practice sports even in the middle of Winter.
The toy is able to glide along the floor with the built-in fan. It works on many different indoor surfaces including carpet, tile, and hardwood flooring. So this gives you and your child a few different places to practice soccer. The LED lights at night help keep your child entertained even after dark. This toy is great for kids 3+ and requires 4 xAA batteries.
Stepping Stone Craft – $7.99
Decorate the landscape around your home with a ceramic stepping stone! The 8.25 in stone can be the perfect affordable project for you and a child to take on. The stone comes with the paint and brush you’ll need to complete the project. Brainstorm some ideas and get to work. Get as wild as mixing painting colors to make the painting more fun. After painting the stone it will fit in great in a terrarium or outdoor garden. The stone can be a turtle, hedgehog, flower, butterfly, sun, or ladybug.
Princess Necklace Activity Set – $9.49
What little princess doesn’t love jewelry! The kit includes 5 Disney princess charms to help bring the necklaces together. Your child won’t be limited to just one look, because the necklace can be taken apart and made again as many times as they would like. The small beads are a choking hazard and not recommended for children under 3.
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Bluetooth Speaker Sunglasses- $7.00
Sunglasses can really help block out the sun on a sunny day. Well, these Bluetooth Speaker Sunglasses can be more than just that. A similar item elsewhere can easily add to over $35! Your kid can connect their favorite device and listen to music on the go while protecting their eyes from the sun. The glasses will come with a rechargeable battery and has a playtime of 2 hours before having to be recharged.
Air Dry Clay – $9.39
For kids to make their own ceramic-like craft pieces – you can add some paint to round out the gift so kids can paint their creations once the clay dries. It’s a way to be creative and put their talents to use. This may take a little guidance from parents, but as soon as they get used to it, they might be asked for some more.
Disney Matching Game – $9.99
Great for kids’ memorization skills. Get a game your princess will love. It has all her favorite Disney Princesses like Snow White, Jasmine, and Belle. This a game for the whole family to enjoy.
Guess Who Board Game – $9.97
This game was really fun growing up. It’s a great way to have bonding time with your child. The only downside is it, is only a two-player game, but games do typically go pretty fast. You each take turns guessing until you find out the person they are hiding from you.
Fishing Game – $9.98
This is a popular game you’ll see at arcades, but it’s also an action-packed board game as well. Whoever collects the most fish wins. The game comes with 21 fish and 4 fishing poles. So anywhere from 1-4 players can play at once. The game can help improve hand-eye coordination as players try and collect as much fish as possible. The pond the fish are in does rotate to make the task of fishing even that more difficult.
LED Gaming Headset- $10.00
Bugha is one of the biggest names in gaming. The gamer recently struck a deal with Five Below and has items including headsets, gaming mouses, and gaming speakers for sale. The boom mic included with the headset allows gamers to play with a clear sound. If your kids are in need of a new headset, this LED gaming one is an affordable option for you.
Buzz Lightyear Operation- $7.00
Another board game that you can add to your children’s Christmas list is Buzz Lightyear operation. In the game, Buzz seeks the help of games who can assist him in getting his body and spaceship back on track. The discount at Five Below makes a huge difference, with some other stores having the game cost around $20. Use the tweezers to help make repairs and avoid the buzzer! The game does require 2 AA batteries. It’s a game for 1 or more players and players should be 6+ years old.
Affordable Christmas Gifts Summary
Christmas gifts can add up in a hurry. The best Christmas gifts are the ones your children absolutely love when they open. There is a way to do that and be affordable and that’s what we hope this list does for you. Not only are they great gifts, but gifts that won’t hurry your pocketbook too much. Most of them are things they can do with siblings or other family members.
What affordable gift ideas would you add to this list?