In Season Last Minute Gift Ideas for the Procrastinator

It happens to the best of us!

Published December 20, 2018

1. Snaps! Decorative Banner American Dream House

What are "Snaps"? They are little original works of art that sparkle with glitter accents. The theme for our Wild at Heart set is: jungle vibes. BUT, it's really fun to mix & match snaps from different themes to create your own unique banner :)

americandreamhouse.com

2. Blast! AtGames

The Blast! family includes the Atari Flashback Blast! Vol. 1Atari Flashback Blast! Vol. 2Activision Flashback Blast!Legends Flashback Blast! and Bandai Namco Flashback Blast!, all of which come with a USB-powered HDMI dongle that plugs directly into the TV and an ergonomic six-button wireless gamepad. The Atari Flashback Blast! Vol. 3swaps the wireless gamepad for a pair of wireless game paddles, which are specially optimized for its selection of classic paddle and ball games.

Games featured include Centipede, Millipede, Yar’s Revenge, Asteroids, Missile Command, Pitfall, River Raid, Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Galaga and Dig Dug. $19.99 to $39.99

blast.atgames.net

3. The Night Sky

From the the birth of a child, graduation, or that moment you realized your world had changed... give a gift of the stars to always remember that special moment! The Night Sky makes an incredible, memorable gift for any occasion, and will be treasured for years to come.

With this service, it is simple to create an 18" x 24" star map of the night your heart skipped a beat! Your unique and personalized star map is printed on high-quailty, Art Matte paper with over 190g weight. Choose from 8 different styles at any place or time in the world to memorialize what is special to you or to the recipient.

thenightsky.com

4. KIBO Robot Kit KinderLab Robotics

Designed for open-ended play, KIBO lets kids make almost anything - a character from a story, a carousel, a dancer, a race car - anything the child can think of. They plan a coding sequence using the programmable wooden building blocks, scan their sequence with KIBO, press its button and watch their creation go!

When children build, code and decorate their own robot, they are learning invaluable skills that will lead them on the path for success in STEM/STEAM and future careers. Developed by Dr. Marina Bers after 20 years of child development research at Tufts University, KIBO is used in 54 countries and has been tested and approved by thousands of children and their caregivers.

kinderlabrobotics.com

5. Holiday Crates KiwiCo

KiwiCo's new Holiday Crates let kids of all ages use creative thinking to build and make fun mechanical or decorative projects, like an LED Holiday Luminary, Chemistry Christmas Tree, Santa’s Light-Up Workshop, and more. With one simple delivery, KiwiCo brings everything your child needs to create one of 14 different holiday inspired crates straight to your door. All crates in the KiwiCo line are designed to inspire kids’ interest in STEAM concepts.

kiwico.com

6. Phone Scavenger Hunt Game of Phones

Is your teen always on their phone? This game turns into the ultimate phone scavenger hunt--select a card, see who can use their phones the fastest to create an emoji masterpiece or show off the last photo you took. Collect the most points to win!

gameofphones.com



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