Whether you have twins, kids close in age or a limited budget – gifts for siblings to share can be a challenge to find.Â
Depending on the age sharing may not be going so well, but joint gifts for siblings can be fun and can make great Christmas gifts to strengthen the bond and encourage more sister/brother play.
Here is a list of our favorite gifts for multiple children in your family.
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15 Gifts for Siblings to Share
Walkie Talkies can be hours of fun. They can encourage pretend play (adventurers, spies, etc) or your kids can take these outside and talk to each other from around the neighborhood.
This set comes with 3 which is great if there are 3 siblings, or you can keep 1 to remain in touch while the two children explore the neighborhood (testers reported a 0.5 mile range).
Play Kitchen – Ages 2+
If you have younger children a play kitchen will last them a while and can be easily shared (although at first there may be some “this is mine” words spoken), but as they get used to playing together they can take turns cooking and “eating”.
Trampoline – Ages 2+
There are trampolines for any age group. You can start with a small indoor one and upgrade to a large outdoor one that all ages (even the adults) can enjoy.
Great for exercise too!
Train Set and Table – Ages 2+
Let your children create their own little world with trains.Â The four sides of a train table make lots of room for multiple siblings to play together.
Soccer Set – Ages 4+
Any sports set is great, basketball + net, baseball and bat,Â but a soccer set is great for siblings as a game can be played anywhere with a net and ball.
Playdoh Kit – Ages 3+
I am currently obsessed with these handmade playdoh kits, they are unique and the siblings most likely don’t already have the set. But you can also buy a larger classic set.
Magnetic Dart Board – Ages 6+
Great for older kids who are working on their hand eye coordination.Â This magnetic board features two sides for two different games.Â Rather than pointed ends, these darts are magnetic.Â Great for kids and adults to join in together.Â A really nice indoor family game.Â
8. Board Games – Ages 3+
They will have so much fun they won’t notice if they win or lose.
For older kids, games likeÂ Settlers of CatanÂ can be hours of fun and teach them strategic thinking.Â Â
9. Experience Gifts – Ages 1+
Tickets to a show, movie or concert are great for siblings and/or the whole family. Memberships to a zoo, amusement park or kids museum are also great.
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10. Sensory Bins – Ages 1+
We are a sensory bin family. I love watching the creativity that comes out of my kids as they use their imagination while working with these bins. Messy play is fun play!
You can order sensory bins that are already made or make your own.Â Etsy is a great place to find pre-made bins.Â Here are our favorites:
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Subscription Boxes – 2+
Subscription boxes are the gifts that keep on giving, as your children will continue to receive new boxes each month. Kids can do the projects together or take on separate projects.
11. Lillypost Book Subscription Box – Read ourÂ Review Here.
12. Raddish Cooking Box – Teach your kids how to cook with this monthly subscription box. Read more here.
13. Creation Crate – A STEM box that focuses on Electronics and Coding skills for 21st century careers. Each curriculum is authenticated by STEM.org. Read more here.
14. For Purpose Box – The parents choice award winning box teaches kids how to be kind, do good and make the world a better place for others, animals and the environment through simple, fun and easy-to-do activities. Read more here.
15. Orange Art Box – Perfect for children that love crafts, this box is designed with a feature project and multiple smaller projects for hours of fun! Read More Here.
Conclusion – 15 Gifts for Siblings to Share
Whether you are looking for Christmas Gifts or “just because” joint presents, siblings gifts are a great alternative to buying individual gifts.Â They encourage sharing and get the whole family together.Â Enjoy!
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