Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Last Minute Gift Ideas


I've been hearing radio commercials urgently shouting about "last minute gift ideas" since at least mid-November. Pfft. But now, finally, the last minute is truly upon us, so as a public service I offer Teacher Tom's last minute gift ideas for children, most of which won't even require a trip to a mall.

Mesh produce bags.

Things that rot.

A place to leave things to rot . . .

. . . and worms to live there.

Sticks.

An old typewriter.

Concrete.

Dominoes.

Tape.

Sand.

Blocks.

Hammers.

Drills.

Boxes and balls.

Nuts, bolts, wrenches and screwdrivers . . .

. . . rubber bands . . .

. . . and put them all together.

Glue guns.

Cars.

Dolls . . .

. . . who need bandages.

Pallets.

Rocks.

Water, gutters, tubes and shovels.

Paint.

Yarn.

Step ladders . . .

. . . and homemade ladders.

Tree parts.

Ropes.

Buckets.

Plants.

Junk . . .

 . . . and jewels.

Merry Christmas!


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5 comments:

Amy said...

I love this post! You are so right about the creative tools kids love to have (and need). Happy holidays.

littlecityblue said...

Fantastic! Merry Christmas!

Margie Jones said...

Love these ideas! We gave our preschoolers a book, a roll of scotch tape and a highlighter this year. They thought it was great!

Anonymous said...

Excellent suggestions! Merry Christmas.

Megan Potter said...

Wow! amazing kids, they are so adorable. This is really great ideas as a christmas gift for these kids and the children are learning as well.

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