150+ ideas of what to give a child for the New Year 2023

From hov­er­board to burnout kit: we presents an overview of inter­est­ing and use­ful gifts to help you deal with think­ing about what to give your child for the New Year 2023
150+ ideas of what to give a child for the New Year 2023
What to give a child for the New Year. Pho­to: Doreen Zorn, globallooweress.com

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Gifts for a teenag­er for the New Year
Non-banal options for girls and boys

New Year’s gifts for chil­dren in kinder­garten
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We have com­piled a selec­tion of gift ideas that kids of all ages will love.

Very soon, a spe­cial, fab­u­lous time will come, in which all chil­dren will expect mag­ic and gifts. Yes, are talk­ing about the most favorite hol­i­day for all ages — the New Year. To be ful­ly equipped when mid­night strikes, We offers to take care of find­ing and buy­ing presents in advance. We have put togeth­er some options that can make it eas­i­er for par­ents to choose a trea­sured gift.

Top 10 New Year Gift Ideas for a Child

active gift

Mod­ern chil­dren are very mobile and active. Who rides a skate­board, who rides a bike, and who roller skates. It is worth assum­ing that your child is prob­a­bly pas­sion­ate about some kind of sport. Per­haps he already said that all class­mates ride, for exam­ple, on a scoot­er.

1. Gyroscooter

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The hov­er­board will not only help you learn to bal­ance, but also give your child an unfor­get­table rid­ing expe­ri­ence. Of course, you will have to prac­tice under the gaze of adults, but believe me, then it will become your son’s or daugh­ter’s favorite toy. In addi­tion, now man­u­fac­tur­ers pro­duce a wide vari­ety of options both in col­or and in func­tion­al­i­ty.

Gift for socia­ble chil­dren

If your child has many friends who often come to vis­it, then a great gift option for the hol­i­day can be a present that can be used in the com­pa­ny. This will not only strength­en the friend­ship of your child, but also strength­en rela­tion­ships in the fam­i­ly, because col­lec­tive activ­i­ty can also be beten rel­a­tives.

2. Game console

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A game con­sole will be able to please your son or daugh­ter, because you can invite friends to play the con­sole. But, of course, if sud­den­ly friends are busy study­ing, and the child has already man­aged to do his home­work, you can play alone. In addi­tion, the games that are released on con­soles are for dif­fer­ent ages, so you can also play shoot­er or strat­e­gy at your leisure.

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hob­by gift

If your child has a hob­by, then you should think about a gift that will help him grow in this direc­tion. After all, psy­chol­o­gists say that all cre­ative under­tak­ings should be cul­ti­vat­ed in chil­dren almost from birth.

3. Burn-out kit

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Care­ful­ly study your child’s leisure time if you haven’t noticed bright hob­bies up to this point. Per­haps it is your son or daugh­ter who real­ly wants to draw in their hearts. A wood burn­ing kit can be an excel­lent solu­tion. In addi­tion to being able to dec­o­rate the apart­ment with beau­ti­ful works, you will also help ful­fill the child’s dream of beau­ty.

gift acces­so­ry

For a child, a gift will always be rel­e­vant, for every­day life. Any acces­so­ry will be in the theme, because such things are lost and bro­ken more often than oth­ers. You can look at the child’s wardrobe to have a bet­ter under­stand­ing of his needs.

4. Bacweack

Travel bacweack
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A bacweack will be a uni­ver­sal gift for both boys and girls. Nat­u­ral­ly, in terms of col­ors and design, you need to choose what is clos­er to your child. Per­haps it makes sense to ask in beten times what style your son or daugh­ter likes, to ask for an exam­ple. You just need to do it care­ful­ly, oth­er­wise the whole sur­prise will be spoiled.

Gift for those who love to read

For book lovers, there are always a bunch of gifts that they can appre­ci­ate. If your child is drawn to books, then you, as par­ents, prob­a­bly want to encour­age this trend and make a present that will con­tin­ue to sup­port his pas­sion.

5. E‑book

Electronic book
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Of course, a clas­sic book is the best gift, but it is not always pos­si­ble to guess which author and genre your child prefers. There­fore, pro­pose to give a uni­ver­sal present — an e‑book, on which you can down­load both detec­tive sto­ries and sci­ence fic­tion, as ll as roman­tic poems or a col­lec­tion of your favorite poems.

Gift for fun games

That’s what you def­i­nite­ly can’t go wrong with and what there will nev­er be a lot of, so these are toys. Give bold­ly, tak­ing into account the age of the child, his hob­bies and favorite car­toons and heroes.

6. Board game

Table hockey
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A board game based on the sce­nario of a favorite work or a clas­sic type of monop­oly or jen­ga for fun and edu­ca­tion­al evenings spent togeth­er.

7. Soft toy

Soft Christmas toy
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A soft toy for hugs or just to com­plete the col­lec­tion. Is the baby too big for all this? Then give him a fun­ny soft toy, since there are plen­ty of them now.

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8. Constructor

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Con­struc­tor for the devel­op­ment of fine motor skills and log­i­cal think­ing. It will help to reveal engi­neer­ing tal­ent and archi­tec­tur­al vision.

9. Game set

Big play house
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Play sets and fig­ures will enrich the child’s games with new char­ac­ters and sce­nar­ios, and you will be giv­en a few hours of rel­a­tive silence

10. Doll

doll doctor
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A doll or baby doll for gen­tle games of moth­er’s daugh­ters. The choice is large: talk­ing, long-haired, with pets, with change­able out­fits, with nip­ples, with hous­es and cars — in gen­er­al, for every taste and col­or.

Original gift ideas for a child for the New Year

  1. Diary for secrets
  2. 3D smart­phone case
  3. Bag chair
  4. Loud­speak­ers
  5. Alchemist’s set
  6. Mono­pod
  7. Bed linen with your favorite char­ac­ter
  8. Scratch map of the world
  9. Vir­tu­al real­i­ty glass­es
  10. Illu­mi­nat­ed globe
  11. kig­u­ru­mi
  12. Styl­ish scarf or scarf
  13. LED wall writ­ing
  14. Bath cos­met­ic set
  15. 3D pen
  16. Glow­ing key­board or mouse
  17. kig­u­ru­mi
  18. Ther­mal mug orig­i­nal shape
  19. Umbrel­la with orig­i­nal print
  20. Jel­ry box
  21. Jumpers
  22. ani­mal hat
  23. Work­space Orga­niz­er
  24. Trav­el suit­case with remov­able cov­ers
  25. Inflat­able sofa
  26. Grow­ing pen­cil set
  27. Light tablet for draw­ing
  28. Mag­net­ic board for impor­tant notes
  29. Puz­zle
  30. Man­i­cure set
  31. Green grow­ing kit
  32. Sneak­ers with wheels
  33. Wall print clock
  34. Aqua farm
  35. for­tune cook­ies
  36. water bot­tle
  37. LED belt buck­le
  38. Instant cam­era
  39. A set of shor gels with dif­fer­ent scents
  40. T‑shirt with equal­iz­er
  41. Fur ear­muffs
  42. Eter­nal pen­cil
  43. Inter­ac­tive pig­gy bank
  44. Hand­made soap
  45. Chocobox
  46. Design­er table lamp
  47. Care cos­met­ics set
  48. Mit­tens with muz­zles of ani­mals
  49. Paint­ing easel
  50. hang­ing chair
  51. Anti­books
  52. Lev­i­tat­ing lamp
  53. smart gar­den
  54. warmer toy
  55. Scrap­book­ing paper set
  56. visu­al­iza­tion board
  57. A set of paints for paint­ing on fab­ric
  58. Snow scoot­er
  59. Name embroi­dered tol
  60. Large set of col­ored gel pens
  61. Inflat­able deck chair
  62. Set of col­ored stick­ers
  63. col­or­ing bag
  64. Gin­ger­bread set
  65. Vis­it to the water park
  66. Equal­iz­er hood­ie
  67. Fit­ball
  68. Pil­low dec­o­ra­tion set
  69. LED can­dles
  70. Kite
  71. scarf-trans­former
  72. Alarm mat
  73. Knit­ted bal­a­cla­va with ears
  74. Lunch box
  75. Per­son­al­ized pen­cil case
  76. Ter­ry bathrobe with a hood
  77. Cube-anti­stress
  78. Sports bag
  79. dream Catch­er
  80. elec­tric machine
  81. Clothes­pin gar­land for pho­tos
  82. Mosa­ic
  83. Room­box
  84. Fin­ger­board
  85. cre­ative ruler set
  86. World map with ani­mals
  87. kinet­ic sand
  88. Sports wall for home
  89. Tub­ing
  90. Table ten­nis set
  91. Music play­er
  92. Spy acces­sories
  93. Glow in the dark stick­ers
  94. Wall poster col­or­ing
  95. Fin­ger drum set
  96. Sports uni­forms
  97. Smart ther­mos
  98. Bub­ble gun
  99. Col­lectible mod­el of the inhab­i­tants of the world
  100. Dry water­col­or set
  101. Water­proof small bag
  102. Set of small screw­drivers
  103. Illu­mi­nat­ed world map
  104. Set of ther­mal stick­ers for clothes
  105. Chil­dren’s per­fume
  106. Set for mod­el­ing wood­en frag­ments
  107. Mas­ter class tick­et
  108. Cre­ative tooth­brush hold­ers
  109. Clothes icons set
  110. Set of chil­dren’s dish­es
  111. knit­ting set
  112. Young biol­o­gist set
  113. Sneak­ers
  114. Com­ic mag­a­zine set
  115. puz­zle cal­cu­la­tor
  116. Reflec­tive brief­case key­chains
  117. Aero­foot­ball
  118. Stand for tablet or book
  119. A large set of col­ored felt-tip pens in a suit­case
  120. soap mak­ing kit
  121. Set for aving bracelets and key chains
  122. smart speak­er
  123. Ecocube for self-grow­ing a plant
  124. Bad­minton
  125. Design­er mug
  126. Smart jump rope
  127. Swim­ming acces­sories
  128. dance mat
  129. box of for­tune cook­ies
  130. Gum for hands
  131. Dig­i­tal micro­scope
  132. play tent
  133. pop­corn mak­er
  134. Pen­dant with zodi­ac sign
  135. Sets for exper­i­ments and exper­i­ments
  136. Radio-con­trolled heli­copter
  137. Draw­ing tablet with water
  138. Lumi­nous pil­low
  139. Danc­ing toy
  140. New Year cos­tume
  141. Exca­va­tion kit
  142. Con­struc­tor based on your favorite game or movie
  143. Aqua Mosa­ic
  144. Magi­cian’s set
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How to choose a gift for a child for the New Year

If the child is small and writ­ing let­ters to San­ta Claus, sug­gest that he do this ear­ly so that you have time to look for the options that he wants. True, the wish­es of the baby do not always cor­re­spond to the finan­cial capa­bil­i­ties of the par­ents. But, as a rule, you can always find an alter­na­tive that will sat­is­fy the desire of the child and not ruin mom and dad. With a teenag­er, you can already dis­cuss the pro­posed New Year’s gift. Here are some more use­ful tips on how to choose a gift for a child.

  • Con­sid­er the age of the child: what is suit­able for a one and a half year old baby is unlike­ly to be to the taste of a three year old. True, psy­chol­o­gists advise choos­ing toys and games a lit­tle “for growth” in order to arouse the child’s inter­est in devel­op­ing new skills.
  • Go shop­ping with your son or daugh­ter in advance, study togeth­er the toys that he would like to receive. Per­haps the thing that attract­ed him so much in adver­tis­ing, in fact, will not be what he expect­ed.
  • Do not give every­day things: clothes, shoes, hygiene items. A child is unlike­ly to appre­ci­ate such a gift. True, often such presents are “ordered” by par­ents to friends or rel­a­tives. In this case, it is worth buy­ing a small toy or oth­er inex­pen­sive thing that will be of inter­est to the child.
  • If you do not know what to give, you can stop at a set gift. But it is bet­ter to assem­ble it your­self, and not buy a ready-made kit. Choose “healthy” sets (now there are a lot of real­ly high-qual­i­ty choco­lates, dried fruit desserts and oth­er things), fruits, pay atten­tion to the expi­ra­tion date.