Gifts for the New Year

New Year's gift ideas for girls 11 years old

New Year is the favorite hol­i­day of all chil­dren. At this time, the most secret child­hood dreams come true. On New Year’s Eve, I real­ly want to sur­prise the child with a spe­cial gift so that the hol­i­day will be remem­bered for a long time.

What to consider when choosing a gift?

So let’s con­sid­er the main cri­te­ria for choos­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion.

  • child’s inter­ests. If an 11-year-old girl likes swim­ming, and her par­ents give her roller skates, the impres­sion of the gift will wors­en. You always need to give what the child real­ly dreams of, oth­er­wise it is not a gift, but an ordi­nary pur­chase.
  • A let­ter to San­ta Claus is the key to the per­fect gift. It is enough to ask the daugh­ter to write her cher­ished wish­es to a beard­ed grand­fa­ther who rides a sleigh — and the list of gifts that the daugh­ter will def­i­nite­ly appre­ci­ate is already in the par­ents’ pock­et.
  • Bright pack­ag­ing is half the suc­cess of a gift. A hol­i­day is about impres­sions and emo­tions, so you need to think in advance about the pack­ag­ing in which the gift will be pre­sent­ed. You need to pick up New Year’s craft paper or a fes­tive box.
  • You don’t need to give a gift. It ruins all the mag­ic of New Year’s Eve. It is bet­ter to dis­tract the child for a while after tlve o’clock at night and put gifts under the tree. This will strength­en chil­dren’s faith in San­ta Claus and sur­prise the child.
  • The gift is for the child, not for the par­ents. Prac­ti­cal things that par­ents will use are good, but on New Year’s Eve you need to give the girl some­thing that only she will use.

Do not spend too much time, effort and mon­ey choos­ing a gift. New Year is a fam­i­ly hol­i­day and it is impor­tant to be a fam­i­ly on this day. The price of a gift does not mat­ter if it is giv­en in a lov­ing fam­i­ly.

The best gift for the New Year, which does not require any invest­ment at all — par­ents’ atten­tion. On Decem­ber 31, you can escape from the hus­tle and bus­tle and pre­pare for the hol­i­day, set aside free time and go for a walk with your daugh­ter. You can feed the ducks by the water or look at the Christ­mas tree in the city cen­ter - It’s not the route that mat­ters, but the des­ti­na­tion.

Top useful things

Below are the most pop­u­lar gifts for girls 11 years old.

  • Sewing kit. To cre­ate a hob­by and cap­ti­vate the girl with some inter­est­ing activ­i­ty, for the New Year you can give a minia­ture sewing machine. Such devices allow you to make sim­ple seams and cre­ate dress­es for Bar­bie, for exam­ple. If you like the gift, in the future you can do sewing at a pro­fes­sion­al lev­el.
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  • dolls. Eleven-year-old girls still con­tin­ue to play with dolls or build a house for them, so giv­ing a few dolls on New Year’s Eve is a safe bet.

You can choose sets that come with small hous­es or rooms (kitchen, liv­ing room or fit­ting room).

  • Book. Lit­er­a­ture is a great gift for any occa­sion. If a girl is seri­ous­ly inter­est­ed in read­ing, you can buy an e‑book as a gift. Com­pared to print­ed books, such a book has many advan­tages. Buy­ing an e‑book will allow you to cre­ate a huge library in a small tablet, and this saves time, mon­ey and space in the apart­ment.

  • Diary or per­son­al diary with a lock. All girls like to keep secrets or orga­nize their lives in one way or anoth­er. A per­son­al diary in which you can write down your own expe­ri­ences and hide them from pry­ing eyes is a great gift for the New Year. In the diary, the child will be able to record impor­tant upcom­ing events so as not to miss them.
  • Cos­met­ic bag. 11 years old is the age when girls begin to think about their own beau­ty. A few sim­ple cos­met­ics, hygien­ic lip­stick, a mir­ror — noth­ing else needs to be added to the cos­met­ic bag. A cos­met­ic bag for the New Year will def­i­nite­ly please a girl who is drawn to adult cos­met­ics.
  • Paints, easel and sketch­book. Gift­ing art sup­plies on New Year’s Eve is a great way to get your lit­tle girl involved in a new hob­by.

  • Fit­ness bracelet. The hand acces­so­ry not only per­forms a dec­o­ra­tive func­tion, but also has a num­ber of pos­i­tive fea­tures: the bracelet can act as an alarm clock, read the pulse, receive incom­ing calls, and ana­lyze sleep.

Such a “smart” gad­get will def­i­nite­ly delight the child.

  • Pig­gy bank for mon­ey. The pig­gy bank involves the first sav­ings for the child, so its acqui­si­tion is extreme­ly nec­es­sary. The girl will be able to throw a tri­fle there, from which a large amount will even­tu­al­ly come out. There are options for New Year’s pig­gy banks, as ll as pig­gy banks in the form of ani­mals.

  • Case for smart­phone. A case is a very use­ful acces­so­ry because it saves your phone from cracks and scratch­es on the screen. Under the style of the New Year, you can pur­chase New Year’s designs of cov­ers — win­ter land­scapes, snow­men and fire­works.

  • Chest or safe. A small box for stor­ing impor­tant things will serve as a per­son­al box for keep­ing secrets for the child.

  • MP3 play­er. If a child is fond of lis­ten­ing to music, a high-qual­i­ty play­er for play­ing songs will be a good gift. You should choose a mod­el with a large amount of mem­o­ry so that it is enough for the entire music library.
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  • Sled. In the win­ter sea­son, chil­dren often spend time rid­ing down the slides. Safe sledges will delight fans of this out­door activ­i­ty.

  • “Cheese­cake” or tub­ing. The gift has com­mon char­ac­ter­is­tics with the sled, hov­er, it dif­fers in design. Tub­ing — a tire cov­ered with a rag shell on the out­side. On the “cheese­cakes” you can safe­ly accel­er­ate to high speed, while the sled is asso­ci­at­ed with the risk of hit­ting or falling.

  • Con­struc­tor. For girls, there are a huge num­ber of design­ers on the theme of wom­en’s cafes and dress­ing rooms. In addi­tion to the fact that design­ers with small details devel­op imag­i­na­tion and fine motor skills ll, they are very warm­ly per­ceived as New Year’s presents.

You can buy sev­er­al small sets or one large one for the New Year theme.

  • Doll house. Many girls at the age of 11 dream of a real house in minia­ture: rooms, walls and roof. Young girls want to equip each room and plan who will live in a par­tic­u­lar room. On New Year’s Eve, a girl’s dream can come true if you buy a big house for Bar­bie.

Original gift ideas

The list of unusu­al gifts is as fol­lows.

  • Tick­et to the cin­e­ma, water park or muse­um. Such a gift can also be giv­en not only to the daugh­ter, but also to any oth­er girl: the tick­et price is small, hov­er, the tick­et to the event will give a lot of impres­sions. Clos­er to the New Year, it is bet­ter to choose tick­ets for Christ­mas movies at the cin­e­ma.
  • Slip­pers. For the New Year, as a gift, you can buy soft large slip­pers in the shape of an ani­mal. Hares, wal­rus­es or lions — cute fluffy slip­pers will appeal to any per­son.
  • Nom­i­nal pen with New Year dec­o­ra­tion. You can give a friend or sis­ter a pen with her name: the indi­vid­u­al­i­ty of the gift will please any girl, and the pen itself will come in handy at school.
  • New Year’s pass­port cov­er. Beau­ti­ful cov­ers for doc­u­ments — an orig­i­nal and use­ful gift. In the New Year, you can choose col­or­ful win­ter options.
  • Set of arti­fi­cial snow. On New Year’s Eve, you can give your daugh­ter a set of “mag­ic snow”. It is a dry sub­stance from which arti­fi­cial snow can be made in a sim­ple way. Snow will inter­est the child and give a lot of pleas­ant impres­sions.
  • Big soft toy. Snow­man, San­ta Claus or Snow Maid­en — it doesn’t mat­ter, the main thing is that the toy is of an impres­sive size and is relat­ed to the New Year. A large plush toy makes an impres­sion and is one of the best gifts for the New Year.
  • New Year’s night. There are many options for night­lights that are equipped with a sys­tem of dif­fer­ent col­ors: blue, pink, pur­ple. Such a New Year’s gift will sur­prise the girl and give her a peace­ful sleep in warm col­ors.
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What is not worth giving?

There are a num­ber of things that you should not give an eleven-year-old girl on New Year’s Eve. Let’s con­sid­er them in more detail.

  • Mon­ey in an enve­lope. At an ear­ly age, any amount of mon­ey is not able to cause delight. For chil­dren, mon­ey is not as impor­tant an attribute as it is for adults. There­fore, if there are no gift ideas, it is bet­ter to buy a set present.
  • Tol, socks and oth­er acces­sories. Christ­mas slip­pers in the shape of ani­mals are an accept­able gift, but a tol with a Christ­mas print for a child will seem like a bor­ing and dull gift. Socks are also among the things that are worth buy­ing out­side of any hol­i­days. House­hold gifts also include hand­ker­chiefs, combs, bed linen.
  • Pet. Get­ting a new res­i­dent on New Year’s is not the best event. Ani­mals should not be giv­en as a gift, because this is a seri­ous step: a liv­ing being must be looked after every day. An excep­tion to the rule: if the par­ents of the child con­scious­ly pur­chased a ham­ster or a dog as a gift, since the daugh­ter had long dreamed of a lit­tle friend.
  • Shoes. Per­haps the worst gift for the New Year is a new pair of shoes. If the child needs new shoes, it is advis­able to pur­chase them not on the days of the hol­i­day. No child will be thrilled with new shoes at the end of the year.
  • Bracelets, rings and ear­rings. A smart bracelet is not jel­ry, but var­i­ous acces­sories for aring are. At such an ear­ly age, the child yearns to receive a sur­prise for the New Year, and not a small box with ear­rings.
  • Cake. For the New Year, a cake as a gift will look out of place. Yes, the del­i­ca­cy is deli­cious, but the cake is not suit­able as a gift from San­ta Claus. If you can’t wait to feed the girl with sets, it’s bet­ter to stop at a New Year’s set gift with bright pack­ag­ing.
  • School note­books, pen­cil case, uni­form. All items relat­ed to the school should be exclud­ed from pos­si­ble gifts. On a hol­i­day, a child wants to take a break from school and get mag­ic, not note­books.