39 “Something To Read” Gift Ideas

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39 Reading Gifts That Aren't Books | EverydaySmallThings.com“We have enough books!” my husband said to me when I asked him for ideas on what to get the kids for the “Something to read” category of Four Gifts of Christmas. This sparked a search for some “outside of a book” ideas. Ssshh…don’t tell them these are educational, you don’t want to spoil the fun. 😉

Regardless of reading ability: If, like us, you don’t live within city limits of a library a Library Membership would be a great gift idea!

PRE-READERS
Violet or Scout can read to your child with LeapFrog Read with Me

Wipe Clean: Early Learning Activity Book offers endless learning opportunities as you can wipe it off and do it again

Kids loves mail! How about a monthly Highlights High Five subscription?

Build listening and coordination skills with Lego Read and Build

Hot Dots Beginners Phonics Card Set can be used as flash cards or with any Hot Dots pen.

How fun and colorful is this Read to Me Tot Tower?! And bonus in my book…non-toxic inks!

Thinkfun Roll and Play Board Game comes with pictures but can grow with your child as they learn how to read the instructions

Early Readers

They won’t even realize they’re practicing reading skills while playing this fun Super Why ABC Letter Game

What a fun way to practice reading with the uKloo Early Reader Treasure Hunt Game

Zingo Sight Words is a twist on bingo

Let your child create their own book that is professionally bound with Lulu Jr. IlluStory Junior

Highlights For Children will be a monthly “highlight” (I’m here all week) in the mail.

a twist on an old favorite Boggle Junior Game

Hot Dots give your early reader autonomy and fun while playing Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading

Learning phonics is fun while playing Sequence Letters

Silly Sentences keep your child engaged in the fun of reading

Your auditory or visual learner will love Alphabet Bingo Game

Monthly Happy Mail in the form of Clubhouse Jr Magazine Subscription

Scrabble Junior is a great way to learn and recognize letters

Young Readers

There is a surprise at the end of the riddle with uKloo Riddle Edition Treasure Hunt Game

Scrabble Alphabet Scoop is a twist on a favorite game featuring a pot for scooping out letters to form words

Spark creativity with 642 Things to Write About: Young Writer’s Edition

Clubhouse Magazine Subscription is more monthly happy mail that reinforces traditional values and family closeness

Your reader can write and publish their own book with Lulu Jr – My Awesome Book

Ok, so yes Brain Games for Kids is a book, but it is packed with crossword puzzles, word searches, math puzzles, mazes, picture puzzles, and more

National Geographic Kids Subscription provides educational fun in the mailbox each month

Christmas Fun Mad Libs would make a great stocking stuffer!

Avid Readers

Bananagrams is fast, portable and fun (this would be great to keep in the purse to play while waiting at restaurants…speaking from experience)

A favorite Magazine Subscription

Mad Libs can be fun at any age (be aware that some can be racy)

399 Games, Puzzles & Trivia Challenges Specially Designed to Keep Your Brain Young…enough said

Crossword Book provides hours of brain games

Get the creative juices flowing with 642 Things to Write About

How fun is this Complete Scrabble Refrigerator Game Set Fridge Magnets?!

Daily fun with Word Search Desk Calendar

Scrabble Slam Cards is a high-speed game promising loads of fun

Learn a new word each day with 365 New Words-A-Year Page-A-Day Calendar 2016

 

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