25+ Kindergarten Graduation Gift Ideas for Kids

Grad­u­a­tion gifts for chil­dren in kinder­garten are an impor­tant part of the hol­i­day. We have select­ed the top 25 gift ideas for future stu­dents
25+ Kindergarten Graduation Gift Ideas for Kids
25+ kinder­garten grad­u­a­tion gift ideas for kids. Pho­to: shutterstock.com

Grad­u­a­tion in kinder­garten is an impor­tant hol­i­day for both the preschool­ers them­selves and their par­ents. Boys and girls are wait­ing for excit­ing school years, new friends and impres­sions. And in order for the mem­o­ry of an impor­tant day to be pre­served for a long time, you need to choose the right gifts for chil­dren at grad­u­a­tion in kinder­garten.

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1. First grader set

First grader set
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Giv­ing bor­ing, prac­ti­cal gifts for kinder­garten grad­u­a­tion is not a good idea. But a beau­ti­ful­ly designed first-grad­er set, which includes the most nec­es­sary and use­ful items for a future stu­dent, is an excep­tion to this rule. The gift will empha­size the solem­ni­ty and sig­nif­i­cance of the moment, will become a real sym­bol of the tran­si­tion to a new, school life.

2. Wall map of the world

Wall map of the world
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The wall map of the world will not only be a use­ful edu­ca­tion­al tool that will intro­duce the child to geog­ra­phy, but will also act as an acces­so­ry for dec­o­rat­ing the inte­ri­or of the chil­dren’s room, empha­siz­ing that now its own­er bears the proud title of “stu­dent”.

3. Encyclopedia

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Anoth­er use­ful, but not bor­ing “school” gift, which will come in handy for future stu­dents. There are many options for ency­clo­pe­dias for school­child­ren today, so you can choose based on the inter­ests of the child.

4. Globe

the globe
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A beau­ti­ful globe will sure­ly impress both boys and girls, give dreams of dis­tant lands and allow a bet­ter under­stand­ing of geog­ra­phy and his­to­ry. Pay atten­tion not only to mod­els of the globe, but also to astro­nom­i­cal globes — they depict a map of con­stel­la­tions.

5. Set for creativity

Pooring art kit
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A win-win gift for kids. At this age, kids espe­cial­ly love to draw, sculpt, col­lect puz­zles, carve wood, cre­ate engrav­ings, sew toys — there are a lot of ideas for cre­ative leisure, as ll as options for ready-made sets. It remains to choose from them the most suit­able for the hob­bies of chil­dren and for the bud­get.

6. Magnetic constructor

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Mag­net­ic con­struc­tion sets of dif­fer­ent con­fig­u­ra­tions, sizes and shapes invari­ably delight the kids. For the future stu­dent, they will be an excel­lent relax­ation in beten class­es. At the same time, such design­ers per­fect­ly devel­op fine motor skills and spa­tial think­ing and help to con­cen­trate.

7. Creative table lamp

Desk lamp
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A future stu­dent will prob­a­bly need a good table lamp when study­ing. To make the process of work­ing on home­work more enjoy­able, you can give a cre­ative table lamp. And use­ful, and beau­ti­ful, and uplift­ing mood!

8. Pillow-thumb in the shape of a toy

Thinking pillow in the shape of a toy
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Study time, fun hour, but you should not for­get about rest, espe­cial­ly in ele­men­tary school, when the body is not yet accus­tomed to train­ing loads. A thought pil­low in an unusu­al shape will sure­ly be a suc­cess with both boys and girls.

9. Piggy bank coloring

Vacation piggy bank
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Yes­ter­day’s kinder­garten­er will go to school, he will have pock­et mon­ey — and hence the oppor­tu­ni­ty to save up for the real­iza­tion of his cher­ished child­hood dream. A pig­gy bank will help your child learn the basics of finan­cial lit­er­a­cy, and not a sim­ple one, but a col­or­ing book. The kid will be espe­cial­ly pleased to paint it with his own hands.

10. Unusual alarm clock

Light alarm clock
Pho­to: @fox, pexels.com

Get­ting up in the morn­ing is not the most pleas­ant moment of the day. An unusu­al alarm clock will help bright­en it up. Your favorite car­toon or book char­ac­ter on the dial cheers you up even on the most rainy autumn morn­ing.

11. Fashionable bacweack

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The future first-grad­er is prob­a­bly wait­ing not only for lessons, but also for all kinds of addi­tion­al class­es in cir­cles and sec­tions. This means that you will def­i­nite­ly need not only a school bag, but also an addi­tion­al bacweack for going out. There are dif­fer­ent options for boys and girls.

12. Cup + saucer set

Children's tea set
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A set of dish­es with col­or­ful bright prints will always come in handy. Such a gift will sure­ly please the future first-grad­er. And at the same time it will make the break­fast process more enjoy­able before a busy school day.

13. Antistress toy

Antistress toy
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Well, let it seem that your son or daugh­ter is already quite adult and going to first grade! In fact, they are still chil­dren and will con­tin­ue to play with toys with plea­sure. An anti-stress soft toy will sure­ly come in handy and will give tomor­row’s school­child a lot of pleas­ant emo­tions.

14. Magnetic whiteboard

Magnetic board on the refrigerator
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A mag­net­ic mark­er board is a gift option that equal­ly com­bines prac­ti­cal ben­e­fits and an inter­est­ing activ­i­ty for a child. Such an acces­so­ry can be used both for study and for cre­ativ­i­ty, attach pho­tos and pleas­ant notes to it.

15. Board game

Board game
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The board game will help to tear the child away from elec­tron­ic gad­gets, pay atten­tion to offline com­mu­ni­ca­tion with friends. There are a wide vari­ety of board games on the mar­ket today for all ages. The main thing is to find what the child def­i­nite­ly does not yet have. By the way, you can give dif­fer­ent games to chil­dren in the same group — so there will be more rea­sons to get togeth­er and play.

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16. Electric pencil sharpener

Pencil sharpener
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Pen­cils and col­ored pen­cils are some­thing that the child will reg­u­lar­ly use almost every school day, as ll as after school. There­fore, an elec­tric pen­cil sharp­en­er will great­ly facil­i­tate the life of both the first-grad­er and his par­ents.

17. Drawing set

Drawing set
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In ele­men­tary school, the child will have to draw a lot — both in the class­room and in extracur­ric­u­lar activ­i­ties, and many are hap­py to draw at home, for them­selves. There­fore, a draw­ing set with the most nec­es­sary acces­sories, brush­es, paints, pen­cils and an album will def­i­nite­ly not gath­er dust on the far shelf.

18. Set for chemical experiments

Set for chemical experiments
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Chil­dren’s curios­i­ty and desire for new knowl­edge knows no bounds. By giv­ing a young researcher a set for chem­i­cal exper­i­ments, par­ents will spur the crav­ing for knowl­edge, and at the same time give their son or daugh­ter a new expe­ri­ence.

19. Desktop Organizer

lattice organizer
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A cre­ative, ele­gant desk­top orga­niz­er is an absolute­ly nec­es­sary thing for a young stu­dent, because a large part of future school suc­cess depends on the orga­ni­za­tion of the wor­welace. The main thing is to choose not a bor­ing office ver­sion of the orga­niz­er, but a bright chil­dren’s design.

20. Wristwatch

Children's smart watch
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Your baby is quite an adult and is going to school, where he will have to keep track of time on his own. Wrist­watch­es will be an indis­pens­able tool in this mat­ter. And for a child, such an acces­so­ry will be a won­der­ful sym­bol of the begin­ning of a new stage in his life.

21. Personalized thermo glass

Thermo glass
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Car­ing for the envi­ron­ment is a new cur­rent trend, and it is bet­ter to teach chil­dren about envi­ron­men­tal respon­si­bil­i­ty from child­hood. Own per­son­al­ized ther­mo glass will allow the child to avoid con­tact with dis­pos­able table­ware, always have hot tea on hand and feel on a mod­ern wave.

22. Wall coloring poster

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Who among us has not dreamed of draw­ing on the walls? Your child has that oppor­tu­ni­ty with large-scale wall posters and col­or­ing books. Such leisure will per­fect­ly help to switch and relax after solv­ing com­plex learn­ing prob­lems.

23. Jacket-toy

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Giv­ing clothes to a child is bor­ing, but only if it is not a jack­et that trans­forms into a soft toy. The child will cer­tain­ly agree to take such a jack­et with him for a walk and, if nec­es­sary, with plea­sure, with­out dis­putes, will put it on.

24. Large set of markers

Set of professional markers
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A large set of bright mark­ers — such a grad­u­a­tion gift in kinder­garten will sure­ly appeal to every future first grad­er. After all, it opens up end­less pos­si­bil­i­ties for cre­ative self-expres­sion.

25. Sleep mask with funny print

Sleep mask
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Some­times after a day full of impres­sions, it can be dif­fi­cult for a young stu­dent to fall asleep. A sleep mask with a fun­ny cre­ative print or in the shape of an ani­mal face will make the process of falling asleep faster and more enjoy­able.

How to choose gifts for children at graduation in kindergarten

  • Giv­ing bor­ing adult gifts — text­books, school sta­tionery or uni­forms — is a bad, very bad idea. Yes, it is use­ful, but do not for­get that the child has a hol­i­day. You can buy the nec­es­sary things with­out such a solemn occa­sion.
  • Choose a gift accord­ing to age — toys for kids or, con­verse­ly, over­ly com­plex adult acces­sories are unlike­ly to come to court.
  • You should not give toy apons or chil­dren’s cos­met­ics — such gifts will be inap­pro­pri­ate.
  • Deter­mine in advance the bud­get that you expect. Choose an amount that is accept­able to all par­ents in the group. Remem­ber that the finan­cial sit­u­a­tion in the fam­i­ly is dif­fer­ent for every­one. If it seems to you that the gen­er­al gift is not expen­sive enough, then it is bet­ter to give some­thing extra to your child from your­self.
  • In addi­tion to a “pur­chased” gift, pre­pare some­thing mem­o­rable — for exam­ple, kinder­garten grad­u­ate medals, puz­zles or a pho­to album with a group pho­to, etc.
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