Gifts for chil­dren

What to give your daughter?

When choos­ing a gift for a daugh­ter, par­ents face dif­fi­cul­ties. It’s no secret that not every­thing that is con­sid­ered good for mom or dad, the daugh­ter con­sid­ers a good present. We will help you under­stand this top­ic by sug­gest­ing what your daugh­ter will like depend­ing on her age.

What should not be given?

It is use­less to hope for joy when pre­sent­ing a gift if it does not cor­re­spond to chil­dren’s inter­ests. If the daugh­ter is fond of draw­ing, but is com­plete­ly indif­fer­ent to knit­ting, the choice of a present is obvi­ous. It is futile to try to instill this inter­est in her by buy­ing needle­work kits. You can ask about hob­bies, but even the high price of the set will not guar­an­tee chil­dren’s inter­est. It is also use­less to put pres­sure on the daugh­ter, hint­ing at the high cost: this can dis­cour­age any desire to do any­thing.

You should not give presents for every­day life: the girl will not per­ceive them as a gift. For her, paja­mas, socks, a scarf, a hat, boots, a sports or school uni­form will not be a gift. In the­o­ry, this is how it should be in a chil­dren’s wardrobe. Daugh­ters are not always hap­py with flors — this is con­sid­ered an addi­tion to the main present. In addi­tion, not every­one under­stands gifts such as body care prod­ucts.

There is no need for use­less gifts like a spin­ner for exam­ple. He not only does not teach any­thing, but also takes away the free time from the child, which the girl could spend, if not on rest, then on some­thing devel­op­ing. Such gifts also include anti-stress mass or chew­ing gum for hands. It is not nec­es­sary from child­hood to instill in your daugh­ter a crav­ing for some­thing to crush out of anger, repeat­ing after the imposed stereo­types of man­u­fac­tur­ers.

You need to teach her to con­trol her emo­tions.


Depend­ing on the age of the daugh­ter and the type of fes­tive event, par­ents can give her dif­fer­ent gifts. For exam­ple, the sim­plest option is a greet­ing card. Often it becomes an addi­tion to a set gift (say, a bou­quet of choco­lates). Hov­er, for a lit­tle daugh­ter who is used to eat­ing sets all the time, this is unlike­ly to be some­thing mem­o­rable or spe­cial.

Some­times par­ents give mon­ey to their daugh­ter. This is a good gift option for a girl who col­lects them for some­thing expen­sive. Some­one con­sid­ers the gift con­tro­ver­sial, but with skill­ful dis­pos­al, the child receives exact­ly the present that he dreams of. And these are pos­i­tive thoughts and con­sid­er­a­tion of his inter­ests. Of course, you can give mon­ey, know­ing what exact­ly your daugh­ter is going to spend it on.

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You can give the girl and a pig­gy bank. In order to quick­ly col­lect the nec­es­sary amount for the thing she wants, you can choose an option that will attract atten­tion. For exam­ple, you will col­lect mon­ey faster with coins if the pig­gy bank asks you for them. Let’s say it could be a unique char­ac­ter from the Japan­ese car­toon “Face­less” with a dish for coins, which he eats after they are placed on the dish itself. The daugh­ter’s friends will also like the present, who will also con­tribute to feed­ing the fun­ny char­ac­ter.

Some­one gives books to daugh­ters. I must say that this gift has become con­tro­ver­sial today, because it is more suit­able for girls who love to read var­i­ous lit­er­a­ture. Hov­er, they often down­load books into an elec­tron­ic gad­get or even choose an audio­book, where they have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to plunge into the right atmos­phere due to the expres­sive read­ing of the actors.

Gadgets for adults

Of course, mod­ern chil­dren love mod­ern toys, among which gad­gets are con­sid­ered the best present. Based on the type of hol­i­day and the funds avail­able for the pur­chase, par­ents can give their daugh­ter:

  • a good com­put­er or lap­top with suf­fi­cient mem­o­ry;
  • graph­ics tablet with a visu­al­iza­tion screen;
  • elec­tron­ic pho­to frame to cre­ate your album;
  • a mod­ern smart­phone mod­el with a panoram­ic cam­era;
  • a robot­ic toy with a set of spe­cif­ic options;
  • portable USB device for con­tact­less con­trol of a com­put­er or lap­top;
  • an alarm clock with a cre­ative pro­jec­tor, designed in the form of a cube;
  • sta­bi­liz­ing device for shoot­ing smooth video with­out cam­era jumps;
  • a draw­ing robot that per­forms draw­ings accord­ing to a giv­en pro­gram;
  • Launch­pad for cre­at­ing elec­tron­ic music;
  • holo­graph­ic pro­jec­tion of a night light with a spe­cif­ic three-dimen­sion­al image;
  • a light pan­el with a set of let­ters of the Eng­lish alpha­bet to cre­ate reminders or wish­es for the day;
  • portable mini-safe or e‑book;
  • a ring that replaces a smart­phone or key­board pro­jec­tion;
  • fit­ness watch with pedome­ter, clock, timer, and sleep track­ing.

In most cas­es, a teenage daugh­ter uses gad­gets not only for recre­ation, but also for her devel­op­ment.

For exam­ple, for the same elec­tron­ic frame, she will be able to cre­ate beau­ti­ful pic­tures by arrang­ing them in a graph­ic edi­tor. The graph­ics tablet will allow her to devel­op draw­ing skills, which may affect the choice of a future pro­fes­sion. An e‑book will def­i­nite­ly find a use: text­books can be loaded into it, there­by unload­ing the back from the heav­i­ness of the total ight of the school bag.

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This series includes gifts that con­tribute to the for­ma­tion of cer­tain skills. For exam­ple, depend­ing on the chil­dren’s inter­ests and age, this may be:

  • syn­the­siz­er or micro­phone for karaoke;
  • dance mat;
  • a cam­era with a good lens;
  • volu­mi­nous, stan­dard puz­zles or a robot­ic toy that must first be assem­bled;
  • a set of cards for build­ing log­i­cal chains;
  • easel with can­vas and art paints;
  • set for pro­fes­sion­al salon man­i­cure;
  • div­ing equip­ment with par­ents.

For little

The choice of one or anoth­er option should be based not only on the inter­ests of the daugh­ter, but also on her age. For exam­ple, it is bet­ter to give a small child a toy with which she can play dif­fer­ent games. Depend­ing on the pos­si­bil­i­ties of the bud­get and the age of the daugh­ter, this can be:

  • robot cat with touch sen­sors, purring when touched;
  • a robot fish active­ly behav­ing in an aquar­i­um;
  • a robot dog that per­forms sev­er­al dif­fer­ent com­mands;
  • beau­ti­ful doll or favorite car­toon char­ac­ter;
  • a large soft toy, doll­house or large cas­tle;
  • mod­el­ing kit, which involves work­ing with a spe­cial plas­ticine mass;
  • a kitchen set that allows you to cre­ate a food point for your favorite toys;
  • a “home doc­tor” set so that the daugh­ter can “treat” her toys;
  • a set of a young artist or a log­ic toy;
  • Glow­ing LED Rubik’s Cube;
  • mag­net­ic cube or neo-cube, mag­net­ic or con­ven­tion­al con­struc­tor;
  • a set of clothes for your favorite doll or acces­sories for play­ing with it;
  • a set of toys for home pup­pet the­ater;
  • stroller for your favorite doll, wardrobe with clothes.

When choos­ing a present for a lit­tle daugh­ter, you need to pay atten­tion to the fas­ten­ing of small details and the smooth­ness of the forms. For exam­ple, for a baby, you should not pur­chase a design­er con­sist­ing of small parts: it is quite enough to buy a maxi ver­sion. The same can be said about devel­op­ing puz­zles.

For chil­dren of younger or preschool age, it is prefer­able to take sets with large image ele­ments.

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There is a cat­e­go­ry of gifts that stand out from the crowd with their cre­ativ­i­ty. At the same time, their price can be quite accept­able. For exam­ple, depend­ing on the age of the girl, you can give her:

  • erasable ink pen;
  • mug, dec­o­rat­ed under the lens of a pro­fes­sion­al cam­era;
  • ther­mos with a Coca-Cola can design;
  • a portable speak­er designed in the form of a fun­ny danc­ing dog;
  • t‑shirt with an equal­iz­er or a mini fan with LED light.
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A grow­ing pen­cil can also arouse inter­est in the daugh­ter. Out­ward­ly, it is no dif­fer­ent from the usu­al sim­ple one, and can be used like a nor­mal one. Hov­er, when it ars off, it can be plant­ed in a pot of earth, which is why a house­plant will grow in a pot over time.

Some­one might like bas­ket­ball cup for tea, cocoa and ice cream. Unlike con­ven­tion­al coun­ter­parts, this mod­el has a bas­ket­ball hoop into which you can throw sug­ar cubes, marsh­mal­lows or M&M’s. Of course, not the most prac­ti­cal option, but it is dif­fer­ent from the usu­al, and this is exact­ly what teenagers love.

You can also give a sur­prise gift. For exam­ple, if a daugh­ter is fond of the work of her favorite group, the best gift for her could be a tick­et to a con­cert of her favorite artist. If she is just learn­ing to take care of her­self, you can give her a vis­it to a styl­ist who will teach you the rules for choos­ing a wardrobe, apply­ing make-up and cre­at­ing a beau­ti­ful hair­style.


Per­haps these gifts are often giv­en by friends and peers. Hov­er, in some cas­es, daugh­ters and par­ents may ll present them. For exam­ple, lit­tle girls will be delight­ed if mom or dad gives them unique super strong soap bub­bles that you can play with and change their shape.

Teenagers love unusu­al things, and the range of cre­ativ­i­ty for each girl can be lim­it­ed. Some like some­thing made with their own hands, oth­ers pre­fer exclu­sive­ly store prod­ucts. For exam­ple, it can be either a flex­i­ble wire­less mouse for a lap­top or com­put­er, or a glow­ing pow­der.

Cre­ative indi­vid­u­als who love to exper­i­ment will not remain indif­fer­ent to water­proof sand, which dries instant­ly when tak­en out of a glass of water.

Oth­ers like glow-in-the-dark pow­der, with which they cre­ate a lot of cre­ative self­ies, post­ing them on their pages on social net­works.

A daugh­ter can also be pleased with such a present as an umbrel­la that changes col­or in the rain. The thing is unique and unusu­al, but at the same time prac­ti­cal, its col­or range can be dif­fer­ent. This gift can change the atti­tude towards bad ather — as you know, chil­dren react very strong­ly and neg­a­tive­ly to cloudy ather.

How to make a gift for your daugh­ter’s birth­day with your own hands, see the next video.