Top Christmas Gifts For Kids

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From trimming the tree to sharing favorite traditions and experiencing new ones together, Hallmark Gold Crown stores have everything you need. These top gifts for kids will make the trip to the tree on Christmas morning a treasured memory with lots of surprises and fun for all.

Merry Message Machine – Hear updates, tips and funny facts from Santa and the elves at the North Pole all season long. When the machine lights up, there is a message waiting to be heard.

My First Tree – Start a new tradition that's just their size with a soft, tabletop Christmas tree made for little hands. Kids can decorate their very own tree over and over again with small plush ornaments that hang from brightly colored buttons.
$29.95 for tree
$7.95 each ornament

Garland of Good Deed Paper Chain Activity – Reward children for each act of kindness by adding another link to the paper chain. Paper pad, which can be hung on a door knob, includes 40 pull-out designed pages to create a garland of good deeds.

Jingle and Bell With Sweater Plush and Plush Pet Toy – Everyone's favorite husky pups are all dressed up for the holidays in festive holiday sweaters with fun designs and are removable so can be used for small pups. This years’ assortment also includes squeaky pet toys featuring coordinating festive designs and a squeaker inside. This new themed collection helps 2,000 pets find loving homes over the next two years in partnership with Best Friends Animal Society.
Jingle and Bell, $14.95 each
Plush Pet Toy
s, $4.95 each

Minnie's Bake Shop - Join Minnie Mouse in the kitchen to cook up some new traditions that makes the holiday's even more special. A child's apron, a Minnie Tea Towel, Baking Countdown Calendar, Kitchen Timer, Cookie Plate and Baking Kit that features child-sized baking supplies will lead to together time and memories in the making.
$6.95 - $24.95

itty bittys® Whether to play or to snuggle, these adorable characters are right at home under the tree or as a stocking stuffer and are the perfect “itty bitty” size to put a smile on every face. Adding to the increasingly popular lineup of collectibles are holiday versions of Yoda, Chewabacca, C-3PO and R2-D2. And as a bonus, Hallmark will donate $1 to Toys for Tots for each Star Wars itty bittys® plush sold. Also new this year is a special itty bittys® Nativity Set that includes a plush angel, Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus and a stable playset.
$6.95 each
$39.95 for Nativity Set

Touch Sensitive Books – Inspired by the intuitive nature of touchscreen technology that kids already know, Touch Sensitive Books work by swiping a finger across the page to hear fun sounds that bring the story to life. Victor Warms Up to Winter and The Day Before Christmas both feature fun holiday stories of adventure and feature music and sound effects.
$19.95 each

Recordable Storybooks – Tell them how much you love them, even when you're far apart. With Hallmark's Recordable Storybooks children can share meaningful moments with their loved ones by reading with them whenever or wherever they want. Hallmark Recordable Storybooks feature exclusive Voice Save™ technology, recording the reader's voice directly into the storybook. When a page is turned, the storybook automatically plays the text on that page in the readers' voice. Tell each special child in your life what joy they bring with With Lots of Love for Each of You at Christmastime and All Year Through or prepare for bed with comforting words and fun illustrations of animals in Good Night, My Little Sleepyhead.
$29.95 each

In Stores & Online

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Fun Fact

Eighteen-year-old entrepreneur J.C. Hall founded Hallmark in 1910 with little more than two shoeboxes full of postcards. Read more about J.C. Hall.