Gift Guide

2014 Gift Guide: Part 2

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Here’s part 2 of this year’s gift guide. This one has all items under $20! A little something for a wide range of ages from stocking stuffers to things that might just be their favorite gift this year.


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Great gift ideas for under $20 - something for everyone!

  1. Glowing Putty Gels & Slime Kits – its easy to create slimy substances with this kit that pulls it all together for you. They have an edible chemistry kit too!
  2. Melting Snowman – there’s a melting zombie and other characters too. Build a snowman and watch him slowly melt with the melting putty.
  3. Paper Boat conversion kit – turns a regular paper boat into a motorized version!
  4. Water Bugs Bath Toy – simple but so fun for the little ones. Scoop up the bugs and other toys during bath time!
  5. Adam’s Cube – an addicting puzzle game (well 6 games really) that you won’t be able to put down.
  6. Dodge Tag – even the younger kids can get involved on this fun active game!
  7. Pizza Party – my boys always loved these wooden food toys. This pizza party is too cute. Wrap it up with a couple recycled pizza boxes and your kids will love playing “pizza man”
  8. Cool Circuits – complete the circuitĀ to light up theĀ board. I for one love games kids can play by themselves!


Have a favorite gift idea you think our readers would like? Feel free to link us up in the comments!

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

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  1. Some great ideas here for my 7 year old nephew. Now I just need some inspiration for my 9 year old niece!

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