Holiday Gift Guide for Kids

Minecraft Foam Sword – $30

Do some pixelated battle with this foam sword straight from the world of Minecraft.

Angry Birds: Birds in Space Game – $21

The Angry Birds aren’t just confined to the screens around your home – now they’re invading tabletops as well.

Desk Pets CarBot – $30

Great for robot lovers and car lovers, CarBots are controlled by iOS or Android apps.

Brain Cell Plush Toy – $10

Nothing is quite as cuddly as a neuron, as demonstrated by this plush brain cell toy.

LEGO Minifig Drinking Bottle – $15

Clicking together bricks is thirsty work – luckily there’s this LEGO Minifig drinking bottle to save the day.

EyeClops Bionic Eye – $85 & up

The EyeClops Bionic Eye is a handheld magnifier that will magnify things 200 times their normal size and send the signal to any TV screen.

ToySmith Weather Station – $12

You can give your budding meteorologist a working ToySmith Weather Station and terrarium to study weather and its effects.

ToySmith Tin Can Robot – $15

The ToySmith Tin Can Robot is a “make your own” robot kit perfect for kids who like to build things.

Star Wars: R2-D2 Lunch Carrier – $20

Your budding little geek could be the coolest kid in the lunchroom with a R2-D2 Lunch Carrier… complete with lights and sound effects!

Star Wars: Darth Vader Lunch Carrier – $15

Giving equal time to the Dark Side, the Darth Vader lunch box has cool and creepy breathing sound effects at the push of a button.