Let’s face it. We all want to give our kiddos an amazing gift for the holidays to show them how much we love them, but we don’t want to break the bank doing it!
Here are some of my favorite gifts that I have given over the years to my favorite little learners that are easy on the pocketbook!
- Play-Doh Christmas Mats and Play-Doh
You can find these FREE printable mats at Early Learning Ideas along with all the directions and suggestions to put them together.
2. Make a Tree
Another favorite Play-Doh gift with a FREE printable is this invitation to play set. You can find it at A Dab of Glue Will Do.
Add a little Play-Doh contaier, or make your own dough, add some sequins, pipe cleaners, and buttons to a snack baggie and you are good to go!
3. Personalized Notebooks
I love these personalized notebooks from Appletastic Learning. Throw in a fancy pencil from the dollar store or a box of crayons and you are all set.
4. Fun Little Hand Sanatizer Bottles
2020 is the year to give a little hand sanitizer. Grab a set of 24 refillable bottles with a cute little holder.
5. I Spy Printables
Paper Trail Designs has a large variety of I Spy Printables to choose from. It makes a great inexpensive gift to give to students by itself or even add to a gift as a little something extra.
One of my favorite gifts to give is a book or should I say books! I give them as welcome to my class gifts in the beginning of the year, as birthday gifts, and of course at Christmas! If I find them inexpensive enough, I like to give multiple books!
Children can never have enough books in their library. Some of my favorite places to shop are Scholastic and Amazon.
7. Holiday Bubbles
8. Mini Lego Sets
I love these little building block sets. Super cute and great for strengthening those fine motor skills. You can get a set of 12 for just a few bucks each.