Just starting the very first year of their lives attending a formal school, kindergarten boys might feel out of place. They are no longer with mom and dad and now have to learn to get along with their peers.
It is a transitioning period that sets the basis of their behavior as a person and how they relate to their peers. It can also be a stressful time for them since they are the ones doing all that growing up! So, a gift to soothe, motivate and cheer them up is more than welcome. Here are the best options for them.
Take kids around the world with Sunny’s weekly letters! Sunny is not just any stuffed animal – he sends mail! Kids will love hearing from Sunny every week as he writes of his silly adventures delivering mail around the world!
Your little 5 year old guy would love this perfect hooded blanket! Roar, he’s a dinosaur! This boy car seat poncho keeps him safe in the car seat AND is super fun with those spikes! He won’t want to take it off!
Affordable imagination play dinosaur cape with spikes, fun fun fun! Your little kindergartner will easily velcro on and off this lightweight cape for hours of fun!
Fun play crowns for pretend play! Which boy doesn’t like to feel like a prince or royal? Various colors to match different characters!
I have found that golf is a great way for parents to spend quality time with their children on a beautiful day, all while getting exercise and having fun. Additionally, I have found that golf is a great way for my little boys to bond with their grandparents. My father just loves taking my sons to the golf course each week to practice and play games with them.
Award-winning, magnetic reward chart for 2-6 year olds. It is a free-standing, bus shaped chart, with 10 magnetic passengers who begin on the bus stop and each time a child achieves a goal they place one on the bus. It is perfect for potty training, tackling tantrums, better bedtimes and tempting fussy eaters to try new foods. Comes beautifully gift boxed and also has an accompanying iOS app.
This picture book provides a sweet and delightful answer to one of the most commonly asked questions children in kindergarten ask.
Need a perfect distraction for an active little boy at a restaurant, coffee shop, or doctor’s office? It’s imaginative play time! Improve fine motor skills, encourage independent play, introduce storytelling skills, even color learning. But your child won’t notice any of that, he’ll be too happy that you gave him a portable racetrack for his cars!