On Inter­na­tion­al Women’s Day, it is cus­tom­ary to con­grat­u­late not only women and girls, but also the small­est rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the fair sex. And one of the main ques­tions that par­ents of baby daugh­ters and par­ent com­mit­tees of kinder­gartens face in this hec­tic pre-hol­i­day peri­od is what to give the girls. A sym­bol­ic post­card or a sou­venir can be a way out, but if you want a gift to real­ly sink into the soul of a child and evoke gen­uine emo­tions, then you need a cre­ative approach. Not to get con­fused on the eve of the hol­i­day and make the right choice will help the list of gift ideas for kinder­garten on March 8 from We, as ll as use­ful rec­om­men­da­tions from a prac­tic­ing psy­chol­o­gist.

Top 25 gift ideas for a girl on March 8

1. Speaking alphabet

Talking alphabet
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This edu­ca­tion­al toy is an elec­tron­ic poster with the let­ters of the Russ­ian alpha­bet. Each let­ter is voiced, accom­pa­nied by a bright pic­ture and an exam­ple of a word with its use. Use­ful and nec­es­sary thing for preschool­ers.

2. Children’s watch

Children's watch
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Girls love jel­ry, and a wrist watch with a styl­ish design will not only be a great addi­tion to the image of a lit­tle fash­ion­ista, but will also help a child learn to tell the time. Such an acces­so­ry is use­ful at any age.

3. Xylophone

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If the girl has obvi­ous musi­cal incli­na­tions, then why not sup­port the young tal­ent? And if not, then ring­ing with sticks on mul­ti-col­ored plates will help the child devel­op a sense of rhythm and an ear for music.

4. Cosmetic bag

cosmetic bag
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Every self-respect­ing lady should have a make­up bag. If the recip­i­ent already has some baby care prod­ucts, then you can sim­ply give her a beau­ti­ful case, which the girl will fill at her dis­cre­tion. And you can give a hand­bag with a ready-made cos­met­ic set. Depend­ing on the man­u­fac­tur­er, the kit may include lip gloss­es, nail pol­ish­es, shad­ows and blush — every­thing, like an adult!

5. Doll-mannequin for creating hairstyles

Doll-mannequin for creating hairstyles
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The lit­tle hair­dress­er set includes a large doll head and lots of hair clips, elas­tic bands and hair­pins to cre­ate an incred­i­ble hair­style. Who knows, maybe the girl has a great future in the fash­ion indus­try.

6. Finger theater

Finger theater
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Play­ing out scenes with fin­ger toys will devel­op the girl’s imag­i­na­tion and social skills. Plus, a mini-the­ater is an inter­est­ing idea for play­ing togeth­er with friends.

7. Children’s tea set

Children's tea set
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Cov­er the table with a beau­ti­ful table­cloth, arrange cups and saucers, seat your favorite dolls and plush friends and have a tea par­ty! With a set of toy dish­es, any girl will feel like a real host­ess of a tea par­ty.

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8. Apron with sleeves

Apron with armlets
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If a girl is an artist by nature and con­stant­ly makes some­thing, sculpts, draws and paints, then an apron for cre­ativ­i­ty is what you need. With such a gift, you can safe­ly cre­ate mas­ter­pieces with­out fear of get­ting your clothes dirty.

9. Set for blowing soap bubbles

Bubble set
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Large iri­des­cent soap balls have always amused chil­dren. You can give the girl, for exam­ple, a set of frames of an unusu­al shape or a spe­cial gun for blow­ing bub­bles.

10. Hair clips and scrunchies

Hairpins and hair bands
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Irre­place­able lit­tle things that are often lost, and there­fore nev­er super­flu­ous. The gift will be espe­cial­ly rel­e­vant for own­ers of long curls.

11. Skipping rope

jump rope
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Jump­ing rope is the favorite pas­time of girls at all times. But if ear­li­er ordi­nary ropes re used for this pur­pose, today the range of jump ropes is so wide that every­one can choose the right pro­jec­tile for them­selves. Choose a rope accord­ing to the height and age of the recip­i­ent.

12. Hair crayons

Hair crayons
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A great way to add bright­ness to pony­tails and pig­tails. The crayons are quick­ly applied and eas­i­ly washed off with water. Made from safe mate­ri­als, so you can safe­ly exper­i­ment with­out fear of harm­ing your health or nat­ur­al hair col­or.

13. Set for creating baubles

Set for creating baubles
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Jel­ry is always a plea­sure, and a hand­made acces­so­ry brings even greater joy. An excel­lent oppor­tu­ni­ty to show imag­i­na­tion, improve fine motor skills of the hands, and at the end also get a won­der­ful home­made bracelet.

14. Magic markers

Magic markers
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All the mag­ic lies in a col­or­less felt-tip pen. It is he who, before our eyes, trans­forms the col­ors already applied to paper into com­plete­ly new ones. Such a trans­for­ma­tion will def­i­nite­ly not leave the baby indif­fer­ent.

15. Plush pony

plush pony
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A lit­tle fan of a good car­toon about the adven­tures of mag­ic hors­es will sure­ly be glad to receive a plush char­ac­ter she likes as a gift. It will be great if you find out in advance which char­ac­ter of the car­toon the girl prefers, so that your sur­prise will make an even greater impres­sion.

16. Busyboard

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A small tablet on which every­day items are locat­ed: var­i­ous switch­es, latch­es, han­dles, locks, but­tons, doors, and the like. The busi­ness board per­fect­ly devel­ops the fine motor skills of the hands and the log­i­cal think­ing of the child. Small chil­dren study such tablets with great plea­sure.

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17. Lizun

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Or, as it is also called, chew­ing gum for hands is a toy that has not lost pop­u­lar­i­ty since its incep­tion. From the slime, you can sculpt var­i­ous fig­ures that will retain their shape for some time after sculpt­ing, or you can sim­ply crush it for your plea­sure.

18. Bath bombs

bath bombs
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These lit­tle pressed balls siz­zle and bub­ble when placed in water, fill­ing the bath­room with a pleas­ant fra­grance. With bath bombs, bathing will turn into pure fun!

19. Doll

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Always the right gift for almost any lit­tle girl Choose dolls that come with their own set of acces­sories: clothes, shoes, purse, etc.

20. Chocolate paste

Chocolate paste
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It is dif­fi­cult to find a child who would not like sets. Choco­late paste in a beau­ti­ful­ly designed jar will be a pleas­ant and lcome gift for March 8 for a lit­tle set tooth.

21. Water coloring

water coloring
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The beau­ty of these col­or­ing pages is that they are reusable. Today you can use some col­ors, and tomor­row you can wash them off and repaint the pic­ture in a dif­fer­ent col­or scheme.

22. Hulahoop

Hula Hup
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The rota­tion of the hoop is an excel­lent exer­cise for the child’s body: it invig­o­rates, devel­ops coor­di­na­tion of move­ments and plas­tic­i­ty, strength­ens the mus­cles of the back, abdomen and arms. And it’s also a lot of fun!

23. Dollhouse

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The cher­ished dream of many girls. On sale there are both small mod­els of cozy nests and mul­ti-lev­el fur­nished palaces. In any case, the gift­ed will be delight­ed with the oppor­tu­ni­ty to move her dolls into a real house.

24. Toilet water

Eau de Toilette
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Children’s per­fumes, as a rule, con­tain unob­tru­sive flo­ral com­po­si­tions. The girl will be hap­py to ar this del­i­cate fra­grance, and its hypoal­ler­genic com­po­si­tion will not harm the sen­si­tive skin of the child.

25. Lip balm

Lip balm
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Children’s hygien­ic lip­stick will not only give the lips a light pink­ish tint, but will also nour­ish and mois­tur­ize the del­i­cate skin of the lips of a lit­tle beau­ty. Such a balm is a must-have in any cos­met­ic bag, regard­less of the age of its own­er.

What else can you give a girl on March 8

Even more orig­i­nal ideas so that the recip­i­ent will def­i­nite­ly be delight­ed.

  1. Movie tick­ets for the car­toon.
  2. Bed linen with a bright print.
  3. Child bag.
  4. An easel for draw­ing.
  5. Shoes.
  6. Gra­nola in a styl­ish jar.
  7. Ency­clo­pe­dia.
  8. Sto­ry­book.
  9. Rain­coat.
  10. Locked secret diary.
  11. Hair­band in the form of a crown.
  12. Warm kig­u­ru­mi paja­mas.
  13. Inter­ac­tive pet.
  14. Mir­ror.
  15. Pen­cil case with sta­tionery.
  16. A set for a role-play­ing game.
  17. Orna­men­tal beads.
  18. Lot­to.
  19. Eco toy.
  20. Lumi­nous stick­ers.
  21. Go to the game room.
  22. Puz­zles on the theme of your favorite car­toon.
  23. Book with slid­ing pic­tures.
  24. Face paint­ing.
  25. Toy house­hold appli­ances.
  26. Music box with a fairy.
  27. Fig­ure soap.
  28. A set of gin­ger­bread with an unusu­al decor.
  29. Hat.
  30. Elec­tron­ic but­ter­flies in a jar.
  31. Pig­gy bank in the form of a cute ani­mal.
  32. Caramel on a stick.
  33. Frame.
  34. Board game based on the car­toon.
  35. Grow­ing crys­tal.
  36. Salt dough for mod­el­ing.
  37. Marsh­mal­low.
  38. Umbrel­la.
  39. Doctor’s suit­case.
  40. Maze toy.
  41. Kalei­do­scope.
  42. Doll car­riage.
  43. Alarm clock with back­light.
  44. Weav­ing from paper ropes.
  45. A set of curly erasers.
  46. A set of cards with puz­zles.
  47. Rubik’s Cube.
  48. Children’s shor gift set.
  49. Cubes with let­ters.
  50. Crayons for draw­ing on the street.
  51. Games for the devel­op­ment of accu­ra­cy.
  52. Carved doll with clothes.
  53. Origa­mi set.
  54. Con­struc­tor.
  55. Embroi­dery kit.
  56. Ear­rings.
  57. Soft slip­pers toys.
  58. Non-spill mug.
  59. Set of children’s stamps.
  60. Nice belt.
  61. Kite.
  62. Chew­ing mar­malade.
  63. Mul­ti­col­or pen­cils.
  64. Soft curlers.
  65. Pen with invis­i­ble ink.
  66. Go to the pup­pet the­ater.
  67. Ringlet.
  68. Grow­ing pen­cils.
  69. Soap con­fet­ti.
  70. Lunch box.
  71. Magician’s set.
  72. Wal­let.
  73. Choco­late puz­zles.
  74. Mini sand­box.
  75. Jumper ball.
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How to choose a gift for a girl on March 8

Do you want to please the child, but are afraid not to guess with a sur­prise? Ppsy­chol­o­gist Veroni­ka Tyu­ri­na tells what points it is impor­tant to pay atten­tion to when choos­ing a present for a lit­tle hero of the occa­sion.

  • Child’s age. This is per­haps the main land­mark that will help you not to get lost in the huge assort­ment of the children’s store.
  • Favorite heroes. If a girl loves cer­tain car­toons or books, col­lects fig­urines of char­ac­ters from there, then it will be great to take this moment into account and pick up some­thing appro­pri­ate for the top­ic.
  • Hob­by. You can choose a gift based on a hob­by your child already has, or give some­thing that is like­ly to start a new hob­by.
  • Cir­cles and extracur­ric­u­lar activ­i­ties. If a child attends any sec­tions, then he prob­a­bly needs con­sum­ables, items of reg­u­lar use. Great idea for a prac­ti­cal gift.
  • Per­son­al request. A girl can quite specif­i­cal­ly indi­cate what she would like to receive on March 8th. It’s great if you can sat­is­fy her desire.
  • Nov­el­ties in the indus­try of children’s toys and acces­sories. Today in the store you can buy some­thing that the clas­sics of sci­ence fic­tion could not even think of. Sur­prise the girl with an exclu­sive present.