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Great Gifts for Tweens and Teens

Great Gifts for Tweens and Teens

In my opinion, Tweens and Teens are often the hardest to buy for because their tastes are ever changing because of so many factors. Both teens and tweens are effected so much by their environment that something they love today could be completely forgotten by tomorrow. Because of this I want my gifts to be something that the receiver will use rather than sitting there in an unopened box. We hope that you enjoy the Great Gifts for Tweens and Teens holiday gift guide.

  1. The most vibrant & opaque chalk markers on the market! The Kassa Liquid Chalk Markers are the ideal tool for drawing or writing on chalkboards, glass, windows, and almost any imaginable surface. Kassa believes that every person is creative in their own way. We offer the tools & inspiration to help bring your imagination to life. Bundle the Kassa chalk markers with the chalkboard contact paper for the perfect creative gift.
  1. Fly it. Crash it. Build it again. You’re in control of this 4 in 1 Build N’ Fly Drone Kit by FlyBlocks. With 72 snap on pieces, a pre-programmed circuit board and remote control, you can be the technician, the engineer and the pilot. There are four different models that can be built with 4 or 6 axis, creating multiple possibilities for extended fun.
  2. Many teens and tweens love to experiment with beauty products. This nail set will let them literally try a rainbow. From butter london the “ALL THE JEWELS set has 30 mini colors, four treatments, 10 scrubbers and a nail file and buffer all tucked into a keepsake tin. Spa day anyone?
  3. Tweens and teens love to decorate. The Mermaid Pillow w/ Reversible Sequins Back is a great home accessory. The front features a beautiful mermaid and the back has aqua and purple sequins (which can be moved to produce endless designs), this pillow is a beautiful canvas for creativity!
  4. Stellé Audio Pillar is the perfect union of stunning sound and chic style for your teen's room. Designed to bridge the gap between music, design and technology, the unique Audio Pillar complements an array of décor styles and provides unparalleled sound quality. Its features easy-to-use controls, dazzling 360-degree sound, a 15-hour rechargeable battery and a speakerphone for hands-free calls. The Pillar’s reliable Bluetooth technology allows users to instantly connect with any Bluetooth® enabled device, such as smart phones, tablet and computers.
  5. The Grade is a really fun balance board from Fluidstance. Here's what we know: many kids don't move enough. The Grade keeps them moving even when they are gaming, watching tv, or just hanging out. They’re a great way for kids to expend extra energy (which can seem boundless) and avoid long bouts of inactivity, and are a must-have for those particularly wiggly and fidgety kids that have trouble staying still. Just step on the board, and the subtle motion underfoot keeps them balanced and moving.
  6. S’well Stainless Steel Water Opal Bottle Marble. For the eco-friendly kids on your list, S'well bottles are totally green. They are designed to keep beverages cold for 24 hours and hot for 12. These bottles are made from premium grade, 18/8 stainless steel that’s non-toxic, non-leaching and BPA free. 17oz bottle is perfectly sized to keep your kids hydrated all day long, from school to practice to homework.
  7. This set of wheels is sure to make the commute to school or practice much easier and a heck of a lot more fun! The Micro white scooter is way cooler than the bus or walking. The adjustable scooter is super smooth and easy to operate. The steering on the White is responsive and precise, helpful when maneuvering on crowded campuses, or on busy city sidewalks. I love the two-way kickstand and patented folding mechanism.
  8. Kids all love music, the taste may differ from our own, that's where these Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones come in. This is your perfect everyday headphone, it even has 40 hours of battery life. With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives three hours of playback.
  9. Way to go Astros! Celebrate a championship in style with the commemorative 2017 Houston Astros World Series Champions Genuine Bag from Louisville Slugger. Decked out in the Houston Astros team colors with the World Series Champions logo, all bags come with a main compartment that can fit a helmet, glove and kids shoes and two side pockets for bats. Now you can take a piece of history with you wherever you go. Don't cheer for the Astro's? no worries, you can pick any team to personalize this gift.

We hope that you loved this Great Gifts for Tweens and Teens holiday gift guide.

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  1. My oldest would love those Beats wireless headphones. He’s actually been hinting pretty hard about a pair for Christmas. These sound like great ones!

  2. One of my friends has a teenage son, and I would recommend the 4 in 1 Build N’ Fly Drone Kit by FlyBlocks. That looks like a lot of fun. There are some more cool things for that tween/teen!

  3. Annemarie LeBlanc

    Thanks for sharing these gift ideas. My kids are all grown now so probably if I would get them something from this list, it would be the headphones and the speakers. They love their music and this would give them hours of fun.

  4. I have two teens in my house and I never know what to get them. I know my daughter would love the mermaid pillow.

  5. ellen beck

    Teens are tough. As an Aunt to may, I cave and get gift cards :/

  6. All of my nieces and nephews are tweens so this is so helpful! I never thought of headphones or a drone, but this are awesome ideas for Christmas! Thanks!

  7. Pam

    These are all great gift ideas. I have one of those Swell bottles and I love it. It would be perfect for a teen to take to school.

  8. Love these gift ideas! Especially the laptop I need a new one!! 

  9. I have always thought those sequin pillows are the coolest. The ones that say different words on them are my favorite.

  10. Headphones are always a safe gift when it comes to older kids. Shoot, it’s a safe gift for me too! ha!

  11. Claudia Krusch

    These are all great gift ideas. My Son would love the Micro white scooter. I will have to add it to my shopping list for the holidays.

  12. These are great gift ideas! I am sure my teen would love these!

  13. .ROsey

    That opal marble water bottle is about the cutest thing I’ve seen. I love the unique design on it

  14. Rosey

    Those sequin pillows are all the rage this year. I love that you have that mermaid one on the list!! My granddaughter and oldest daughter would love that, and they’re way apart in age (one is grown). 😉

  15. Heather

    My oldest hit 10 this year and she’s grown up so much! Total tween! I want to stay connected so anticipating what she likes is a huge help. Love these gift ideas so I can be the cool mom.

  16. Kiwi

    I love all of these items for tween and teen girls. And it doesnt involve a iphone for Christmas lol!

  17. Very nice gift suggestions, I can see my kids loving these when they see it under the tree! I’m pretty sure they’ll love me for it too.

  18. All of these are awesome and I’m sure any tween or teen would be happy to receive any of the items you shared! Love that they are also getting a chance to express themselves through these gifts.

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