Top 10 Gifts for this Children’s Day!

Hey guys,

Children’s Day is celebrated on Nov 14th. When you hear of Children’s day, what is the first thing that flashes through your mind?. Isn’t it the celebration you had in your school, when you were a kid?. Well, that’s how I remember Children’s day. Sweets are distributed to the kids and some programmes are conducted on that day.

However, the question you need to ask yourself as a parent, on this Children’s day is, how you will celebrate it with your kids, at home. How can you make it special for the kids?. Children’s day doesn’t have to be restricted to being a school event. It should be celebrated at home too.

Here are 10 gift ideas for your lovely kids, in no particular order :

1) Time : The most precious thing you can give your kid is, your time. Quality time spent with your child will change their whole attitude itself. Plan a picnic or a road trip. They will learn several things from this : being open, better communication, respect, being polite to others, value of family etc.


2) Cadbury Dairy Milk : Who doesn’t like chocolates?. Especially, the smooth, creamy and delicious Cadbury!. I am a huge fan of it. This Children’s Day, the Cadbury’s motto is ‘Iss Children’s Day Baccho ke Saath Bacche Ban Jaayein’ (Translation : This Children’s day, become a child along with the children!).


I think it’s a thought provoking & powerful message. There is so much tension in our lives. We sometimes become strict with kids, having no time to tolerate their kiddish ways. But, kids will be pleasantly surprised when you are not being your usual strict self and behaving like a kid with them!. Surprise them.

How much fun would that be, sweetened all the more with Cadbury’s Dairy Milk!. Have you seen this poignant and playful ad they have launched recently?.

3) Dramatic play toys : This is a fantastic gift idea. Pretend play is great to develop the imagination of kids. Excellent examples are doll houses or cookery ranges for girls and doctor or pilot kits for boys.

Pretend play

4) Books : Reading is a habit that can be started very early on. It helps develop the vocabulary and understanding of kids. There are so many gift choices out there depending on the age of the little readers.

Book love

5) Dresses : I have noticed that every kid (that I’ve met), loves to dress up. Even little kids get so excited about new dresses. Nowadays there are so many online shopping sites that host a lot of irresistible discount offers, to choose from.


6) A Piggy bank : Kids should understand the value of money from a young age. I think by age 6 – 7, they will be able to grasp the importance of saving. A piggy bank helps them do it the easy way. A transparent one is the best since kids are more satisfied with visual results than the actual gratification of having saved some money for a particular goal.

Piggy bank

7) Non toxic nail polish that’s kids friendly : Tween girls love to dress up like their moms, imitating her ways of dressing/getting ready. Brands such as Suncoat Girls make water based, chemical free nail polishes that are fun and easily washable (nail polish remover not required!).

Non toxic nail polish

8) Plushie toys : Don’t really think there is an age limit for this one. Everyone loves a plushie. Ah, how adorable it is to hold one..


9) Personalised gifts : Kids love to see their names printed on things. Great ideas are personalising the stationery products/school bags/favourite blanket etc.


10) Colouring books & crayons : My absolute favourite thing to do when I was a kid was, to color. I was pretty good at it. I loved it more than even dolls. Lol!. It helps the kids understand what color is what, the very concept of color & how colorful anything and everything can be..

Coloring books and crayons

I hope you liked this gift guide that I have put together. I believe all the gifts listed are thoughtful and lovely. Do leave a comment below as to what you think about it 😍.

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Naz ♥

14 thoughts on “Top 10 Gifts for this Children’s Day!

  1. Way to go Naznin! Very informative and very helpful. As the children’s day is approaching I was looking for some innovative ideas and just as I wished for something new your post just popped in!!!

    Thank you for your great ideas…
    Two big thumbs up for the post!

    • Yay!. What a sweet comment. Am so happy my post helped you out. Thank you for leaving your feedback. It means a lot to me ☆

  2. Cool ideas and I appreciate putting time as number one! Everything else comes second…

    After having a kid, everyday is children’s day. A little effort can make lot of difference the way we connect with our kids. I read up on activities to help him develop as well as have fun and then go home to put it into action 🙂

    • That’s so wonderful, Abi!. I am sure you are a wonderful mom to little Zain. Thank you for leaving such a thoughtful comment.. ♡

  3. Nice article. I guess we all miss the programmess we used to have at School during the Children’s Day.

    It’s very thoughtful of you to highlight that the most valuable thing a parent can give to his/her child is TIME.

    Keep blogging!

    • True that I do miss our school days and programmes.. and yeah I do believe time is the very best thing we can give to our loved ones.. Thanks for stopping by my blog, Numair ♡

  4. Awesome post Naz… I’m sure anyone who’s a mom would love these gift ideas… particularly Cadburys!!! … I think I’ll gift that to my princess. so I can dig in too….

  5. Wow! That’s so cooool! I am planning to give nothing but TIME for my kid.. and maybe some chocolates..and some plush toys…and more chocolates 😂

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