Super cool sibling gifts for sharing. Nicely. Please.
If you’re shopping for two siblings, three, four or more… of course you can always buy multiple matching gifts. But in the spirit of collaborative play and sharing, we’ve got some ideas for sibling holiday gifts that should make the entire clan happy.
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Dani B is a Martha Stewart regular for good reason. Her cookies are exquisite and she can make practically anything to order.
$50+ via custom order, Sweet Dani B
Our younger kids would flip to get their hands on — and under — this creative playset, and put on little Nutcracker performances for us all winter long.
$150, Uncommon Goods
Like “Cards Against Humanity for Kids,” we called this the hot game of 2016, and our kids entirely agree. For kids about 8 and up — and that includes you, parents!
We’re longtime fans of Lundby’s decidedly Swedish dollhouses and kids just love turning the lights and the fireplace on and off. They’ve recently added this winter garden add-on; and be sure to grab dolls, furniture, and all the fun accessories to keep the kids busily co-playing.
Dollhouse here $69.99 limited time, Target | accessories sold separately
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Last year we called this genius AI head-to-head app-controled racing set one of our tech toys of the year, and this year it’s even better, with a new Supertruck that dominates the track and offers up another game mode. Be sure to get plenty of cars — everyone will want to play.
$99 starter kit; truck $50.99 both on sale, Amazon
Got some kids who can’t sit still in your life? Parents will thank you for helping them get out all that energy on cold days with a real gymnastics mat. And yes, they have to take turns!
$152-282, Tumbl Trak
While the zoo, the children’s museum, or the local science center are always options we love, remember kids love concerts too, and it doesn’t have to be Katy Perry. Kids concerts are wildly affordable, like the popular Just Kidding series at NYC’s Symphony Space. Grab a few tickets and make a date!
This photo: Gustapher Yellowgold on 2/25 at Symphony Space NYC, $17/person
For the ultimate splurgey sibling gift, may we present a gorgeous solid wood foosball table? Those kids had better be on the nice list, that’s all we’re sayin’.
$1499 on sale, Pottery Barn
The hottest trend in experience gifts, escape rooms (or puzzle rooms) often offer kid-friendly adventures too. Search for a great one in your community. The kids will adore you for it.