Gifts for chil­dren

What to give a child of 10 years?

Birth­day is the most impor­tant day in every child’s life. He is look­ing for­ward to it, hop­ing for pleas­ant sur­pris­es and long-await­ed gifts. What to give a mod­ern 10-year-old child for his birth­day, what gift will be use­ful and the birth­day boy will like it — read in this arti­cle.

What should be taken into account?

Long before the onset of the cel­e­bra­tion, rel­a­tives decide what to give the child. After all, 10 years is a spe­cial date, the first small anniver­sary, the thresh­old of the moment when a son or daugh­ter says good­bye to child­hood for­ev­er. I would like the hol­i­day to leave vivid impres­sions on the birth­day man, which he will keep for a long time in his heart, so choos­ing a gift is an impor­tant and respon­si­ble mat­ter. And there are many things to con­sid­er.

birthday wishes

Think about what your child dreams about try to ful­fill his cher­ished desire. Your daugh­ter or son will feel the hap­pi­est in the world.

Financial opportunities

Unfor­tu­nate­ly, they are not unlim­it­ed. A child at the age of 10 should under­stand this and not be demand­ing if the gift is too expen­sive for the fam­i­ly bud­get.

The way out of the sit­u­a­tion is to buy a present togeth­er with rel­a­tives and friends who want to con­grat­u­late your child.

Child’s hobbies

Remem­ber how your child spends time after school:

  • com­mu­ni­cate with friends;
  • plays toys or board games;
  • attends cir­cles and sec­tions;
  • makes time for his hob­by;
  • reads a lot;
  • sits at the com­put­er.

If your hero of the day - ath­lete, feel free to donate sports equip­ment:

  • skis;
  • skates;
  • snow scoot­er;
  • tub­ing;
  • bike;
  • rollers;
  • fins and mask.

Young musi­cians should buy:

  • a new musi­cal instru­ment, the nec­es­sary acces­sories for it;
  • notes, head­phones, good speak­ers, music cen­ter with karaoke func­tions;
  • disc or mas­ter class of your favorite artist.

At this age, there are chil­dren who are pas­sion­ate about needle­work. Those who knit and embroi­der will like:

  • cas­kets with knit­ting nee­dles, hooks, threads, nee­dles;
  • pat­terns for knit­ting and embroi­dery;
  • knit­ting mag­a­zines.

For those who sew:

  • sewing machine for chil­dren;
  • cuts of beau­ti­ful fab­ric;
  • pat­tern mag­a­zines.

And those who knit from wool, make soap, make can­dles, ave beads, will be delight­ed with beau­ti­ful kits for cre­ativ­i­ty with all the nec­es­sary acces­sories.

Suit­able for young artists:

  • a set of good paints and pro­fes­sion­al brush­es;
  • con­ve­nient sketch­book for plein air;
  • chil­dren’s pyro­graph — a set for wood burn­ing;
  • jig­saw and wood cut­ters;
  • chil­dren’s pot­ter’s wheel;
  • mass for mod­el­ing and mold.

For book lovers:

  • inter­est­ing book;
  • book­store gift cer­tifi­cate.

For those who like to play with toys:

  • boys — pre­fab­ri­cat­ed mod­els of ships, air­craft, cars or mil­i­tary equip­ment;
  • for girls — spe­cial man­nequin dolls, on which you can hone the skills of a make­up artist-hair­dress­er;
  • 3D puz­zles that devel­op abstract think­ing and log­ic.

original ideas

If your off­spring does not have a hob­by, you can pick up a gift that will cap­ti­vate the child and be more inter­est­ing for him than run­ning around on the street or sit­ting at the com­put­er. Excit­ing board games:

  • “Munchkin”;
  • “Evo­lu­tion”;
  • “Mafia”;
  • “7 Won­ders”;
  • “Eru­dite”;
  • “Activ­i­ty”;
  • “Monop­oly”.

Play­ing with friends or fam­i­ly mem­bers, the child will have a great time, learn to work in a close-knit team, learn a lot of new and inter­est­ing things.

Options for intel­lec­tu­al games:

  • check­ers;
  • chess;
  • backgam­mon.
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These games are excit­ing. They are devel­op log­i­cal think­ing, teach patience and endurance.

For chil­dren who love to learn and make dis­cov­er­ies, learn new things, there are also excel­lent gift options.

Microscope

This is a real device for the study of the world. To com­pre­hend the secrets of the life of microor­gan­isms invis­i­ble to the naked eye — what could be more excit­ing! Includ­ed in the kit a vari­ety of light fil­ters and var­i­ous acces­sories that expand the pos­si­bil­i­ties of exper­i­ments.

home planetarium

Not only a 10-year-old child, but also an adult will be com­plete­ly delight­ed with this gift. This is a device that makes it pos­si­ble to con­tem­plate the star­ry sky right at home. The birth­day boy will be able to study the exist­ing con­stel­la­tions of both hemi­spheres of our plan­et and enjoy the extra­or­di­nar­i­ly beau­ti­ful spec­ta­cle of “star­fall”.

The device can be used as a night light if the child is afraid of the dark. Under the won­der­ful canopy of the star­ry sky, he will have good and good dreams.

Science Experiment Kits

The choice of kits for con­duct­ing sci­en­tif­ic exper­i­ments is sim­ply huge and arous­es the most keen inter­est in chil­dren. For young chemists, you can pur­chase the fol­low­ing sets of cog­ni­tive expe­ri­ences:

  • grow­ing crys­tals;
  • prepa­ra­tion of poly­mer worms and caviar from car­bon­at­ed drinks;
  • cre­ation of invis­i­ble ink and fiery inscrip­tions;
  • res­cu­ing the foamy genie from the bot­tle;
  • the cre­ation of a real vol­cano and hot snow.

For curi­ous physi­cists:

  • exper­i­ments with a mir­ror and mul­ti­ple reflec­tions;
  • cre­at­ing a pota­to clock — an exper­i­ment with elec­tric­i­ty;
  • do-it-your­self con­struc­tion of a salt elec­tric robot;
  • kinet­ic con­struc­tor;
  • exper­i­ments to study the strength of Archimedes;
  • study of aggre­gate states of mat­ter.

With the help of games, acquain­tance with the exact sci­ences will be unfor­get­table and excit­ing.

For those who feel the tal­ent of an actor, a magi­cian’s set is suit­able. Hav­ing received such a gift, the child can put on a real show on his birth­day and sur­prise the guests. Options for tricks for chil­dren 10 years old are very dif­fer­ent:

  • cre­at­ing illu­sions;
  • cool tricks with mon­ey (fake, of course);
  • tricks with ordi­nary and mag­i­cal objects — a mag­ic wand and a hat, a hand­ker­chief, a bot­tle cap, a rub­ber ball.

The child will show how to put a boiled egg into a bot­tle, how to inflate a huge bag for one per­son with a sin­gle exha­la­tion and many oth­er fun and amaz­ing things. The num­ber of tricks in one set is from 10 to 120 pieces. You can choose a kit that suits the lev­el of com­plex­i­ty and cost.

Budget options

Not only an expen­sive gift can bring joy to a child. You can choose a good inex­pen­sive option that will delight the birth­day boy. It is enough to know the habits and char­ac­ter of the child and remem­ber that at this age chil­dren are spon­ta­neous and often change their hob­bies.

Unex­pect­ed and pleas­ant:

  • a set for a hike or pic­nic;
  • a T‑shirt with a pho­to of the birth­day man him­self or his favorite char­ac­ter;
  • clothes of unusu­al design;
  • a cal­en­dar with the best pho­tos of the hero of the occa­sion from birth to the decade;
  • cute bacweack or bag;
  • dance mat;
  • box­ing gloves or pear;
  • for a girl — a ten­nis rack­et, bad­minton, per­fume or a set of inex­pen­sive jel­ry;
  • the books are an ency­clo­pe­dia for a young lady and an ency­clo­pe­dia for a young gen­tle­man.
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It can also be pets.

Dog

Prob­a­bly, there is no boy or girl in the world who would not dream of a dog. A pup­py is not the most expen­sive pur­chase.

This gift will cause a stream of tur­bu­lent emo­tions, a sea of ​​grat­i­tude and a bunch of solemn oaths and promis­es to study ll, obey and take care of the ani­mal. Alas, this is not always the case.

You can give a dog to a child only if if he is respon­si­ble and under­stands many things.

  • Pup­py is a liv­ing beingand not a toy that can be for­got­ten in a ek and hid­den in a dis­tant drar.
  • The ani­mal will live in the house not a day or a month, but 10–18 years. This is a new mem­ber of the fam­i­ly, a devot­ed friend, a part­ner in games and pranks, who will grow up with him, and when he grows up, the dog will grow old and begin to need even more care and love.
  • Pup­py needs to be fed edu­cate, walk with him and treat him.

If you decide to take such a respon­si­ble step, choose the breed that is suit­able for the child. Do not take a pup­py of aggres­sive, fight­ing breeds. Your child’s friends can be:

  • lsh cor­gi;
  • pug;
  • bea­gle;
  • Labrador;
  • Gold­en retriev­er;
  • Ger­man Shep­herd.

If you decide to adopt a pooch from a shel­ter, it will cost you almost noth­ing.

These dogs are no less faith­ful and devot­ed friends than thor­ough­breds, and your act will teach the child to be mer­ci­ful and kind-heart­ed.

Cat

A cute kit­ten is games, fun and laugh­ter. And along with them dis­ci­pline and respon­si­bil­i­ty for those whom you have tamed. The cat must be edu­cat­ed, fed, treat­ed, accus­tomed to the tray. Let your “lit­tle prince” or “princess” take care of the ani­mal.

Suit­able cat breeds:

  • Maine Coon;
  • Burmese;
  • cana­di­an sph­ynx;
  • British Short­hair.

In the nurs­ery, you can also pick up an ordi­nary affec­tion­ate and kind kit­ten.

Hamsters, chinchillas, rats and fish

These pets are more incon­spic­u­ous in the house, but they also require atten­tion and trou­ble. Car­ing for a child is much eas­i­er, but parental con­trol is still nec­es­sary.

Choosing gadgets

We can­not imag­ine our life with­out mod­ern tech­nol­o­gy. The far­ther, the wider and more fan­tas­tic its pos­si­bil­i­ties become. Our chil­dren can­not imag­ine them­selves with­out mod­ern gad­gets. This is the dream of every boy and girl at the age of 10.

You please the birth­day boy if you buy him the fol­low­ing gad­gets as a gift.

  • Smart­phone - faith­ful helper. You can play games at recess, in trans­port on the way home, watch or shoot an inter­est­ing video, chat with friends. If you urgent­ly need infor­ma­tion, you can quick­ly find the ansr on the Inter­net.
  • Tablet — more oppor­tu­ni­ties for games, pho­tos and videos. It is con­ve­nient to take with you for a walk, on a trip.
  • Elec­tron­ic book - a great oppor­tu­ni­ty not to take a heavy “paper car­ri­er” with you. You can down­load the book you want and take it to school. Mod­ern mod­els allow you to down­load the nec­es­sary mate­r­i­al from the Inter­net, lis­ten to music, view pho­tos.
  • Gyroscoot­er is not just an unusu­al means of trans­porta­tion, it is an active rest for a child after men­tal stress in the fresh air. Rid­ing a hov­er­board devel­ops the vestibu­lar appa­ra­tus, devel­ops dex­ter­i­ty, improves coor­di­na­tion of move­ments.
  • smart watch - a nec­es­sary gad­get for a child if he often moves around the city alone or goes on a long trip with­out you. You can call him direct­ly on the watch, con­trol his path with the help of a GPS nav­i­ga­tor. Espe­cial­ly suit­able gift for chil­dren who may lose the phone.
  • Game con­soles - some­thing that fas­ci­nates and makes you for­get about every­thing, the world of the game is so inter­est­ing and attrac­tive. If you use this mag­i­cal thing for a child in a dosed and wise way, the hob­by will only ben­e­fit. The gamepad devel­ops fine motor skills of the fin­gers, and you can choose edu­ca­tion­al and edu­ca­tion­al games.
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We give impressions

Vivid emo­tions and impres­sions on your birth­day are no less valu­able than an expen­sive gift that you can touch and hold in your hands.

The best child­hood mem­o­ries stay with us for the rest of our lives.

The hol­i­day will be remem­bered for a long time if you spend it out­side the box:

  • orga­nize a trip to the for­est with bar­be­cue and fun games;
  • go with the whole fam­i­ly to the climb­ing wall, paint­ball, rope park, water park;
  • order an excit­ing sci­ence show, quest, paper or foam par­ty, wind tun­nel flight for the birth­day boy and his friends;
  • go on a trip;
  • give your child a tick­et to a con­cert of your favorite artist;
  • attend a match with the team your child is root­ing for;
  • Go horse­back rid­ing or vis­it the pet­ting zoo.

Remem­ber what delights your child, ignites sparks in his eyes, caus­es a smile, laugh­ter, and do it for sure.

What can be done with your own hands?

A child of 10 years old will appre­ci­ate the gift that you made with your own hands. Moth­ers, grand­moth­ers, old­er sis­ters who know how to needle­work will be able to make unique things with their own hands:

  • a knit­ted set of gloves, a scarf and a hat of the birth­day man’s favorite col­or;
  • sater with a fun­ny pat­tern;
  • a sleep­ing set with a suit­able theme for a girl and a boy;
  • cool pil­low or blan­ket;
  • a pic­ture embroi­dered with beads;
  • unusu­al mat for sports.

Those who have found them­selves in the art of con­fec­tionery can make a beau­ti­ful cake with fon­dant fig­urines and cream dec­o­ra­tions. Those who own suite design can cre­ate com­po­si­tions of sets and sets for every taste, make a Can­dy Bar for receiv­ing guests.

Dads and grand­fa­thers who own car­pen­try tools can please the birth­day man:

  • home­made orig­i­nal frame;
  • cas­ket;
  • volu­mi­nous wood­en puz­zles;
  • com­fort­able styl­ish shelves;
  • orig­i­nal wall pan­el.

Friends can make cool greet­ing cards, and with the help of adults, they can make a whole film about the birth­day boy, and arrange a pre­miere show on his birth­day.

Next, you will see what gifts you can give a child for a decade.