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Are you still looking for the perfect gift for your little one this holiday season? If so, Educents has your back. Today, I am introducing you to five of their hottest gift ideas that are sure to put a smile on your little one’s face on Christmas morning.Check out these 5 hot gift ideas from @Educents! #Giveaways4Mom Click To Tweet
Does your little one love to read. If so, the FarFaria Unlimited eBooks would be something that they would enjoy and put to good use.
Parents and teachers agree that this is the “Netflix of eBooks”. Screen time can still be fun time while adding in an educational twist.
There are more than 1000 books available, which you can read to your child or have them read to you.
This is the perfect gift for children between the ages of 2-9.
Times Tales is a DVD that helps your child learn about multiplication. The stories are cute and simple so they can follow along with ease. The best part is you can download the content immediately after purchasing so you don’t have to wait on a DVD to arrive in the mail. This makes the perfect last minute Christmas gift.
Students in grades 2-4 benefit immensely from watching Times Tales.
Do you need a fun way to get your elementary student learning math? Life of Fred may be just what you need to get them excited about doing math. My oldest struggled with wanting to do math, so I have had to get pretty creative with him to make it fun, which turned out to be just what he needed.
Life of Fred is ideal for grades 3-8.
I incorporate coloring into my boy’s weekly activities and I even get down and color with them because it is a relaxing and quiet activity. Well, Educents has their holiday coloring book available for free right now.
This is an offer that you definitely want to take advantage of because kids can never have too many holiday coloring books and this could make a wonderful addition to a Christmas Eve Box.
If you have a child that is six or older who loves Minecraft, this would really make them happy on Christmas morning. They will be able to “mod” the game and share with friends. You will definitely win the title of being the coolest parent ever with this gift idea.
Which one of these Educents gift ideas do you think that little person in your life would enjoy the most?