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5 Types Of Toys And Gifts For Creative Kids

Some kids are a little more on the creative and artistic side, and as adults, it's important for us to give them all the tools they need to thrive. If you've got a few creative kids on your hands, here are 5 toys and games they're bound to enjoy!


A Camera

What better way to let kids embrace creativity than by letting the world be their canvas? And no, you probably shouldn't give your kids your smartphone or an expensive camera, but a regular disposable or kids' digital camera can spark a lot of creativity. If you see them noticing and appreciating beauty in nature or in general situations, a camera might be the perfect way for them to harness that feeling and embrace their creative side. Share a few digital photography tips and watch their interest and aptitude grow.

Sidewalk Chalk

An excellent gift for younger kids, sidewalk chalk is a great way to let kids draw and doodle without wasting paper or creating a mess in the house. Plus, a lot can be done with a little sidewalk chalk.

Art Sets

Crafting is one way to really show some creativity and even learn a few skills for later in life. Crafting supplies and art sets with stencils, glue, Washi tape, ribbons, stickers, cotton balls, etc. can be just what your little one needs to embrace his or her creative side.


Fort-Making Tools

So maybe you don't want your kids pulling comforters and duvet covers from every bed in the house, but you do want to let them make fun and creative forts. Check out discount bedding options instead! You can grab a few key items, like sheets, comforters, a small fan, and plenty of chairs and boxes and let them have the best time ever imagining different worlds and adventures in their very own fort! It will be one of the easiest and best gifts they'll ever receive.

Easel And Paint Supplies

An easel is a great gift for anyone with a hobby for doodling. You can go with the traditional paper pad easel with watercolors, or more unique easel options like canvas and linens with paint, markers, and even fabric pens. For young kids, you can start them off with chalkboard or dry-erase board easels to fuel their creative side. Older kids can handle canvas and even oil-based paints. Who knows, they might create your next home decor item!


Check out more great kids' toys, books, and games right here at LTD Commodities! Thinking about what to do with the kids in the summer? Here are toys you need for fun in the sun.

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