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Kids’ Birthday Gift Ideas For Girls That Have Too Many Toys Already

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Do you need to get a present for a niña, but can’t help observe that she seems to have every toy on the planet already?

Are you terrified of getting a present that she won’t like or appreciate because for some reason we tend to have that fear when it comes to kids?

Well trust me, I’ve been there, and I am extremely good at getting presents for the kids because they sure seem real happy every time.

Today I will share my secrets with you and give you some fantastic kids’ birthday gift ideas for the girls that just have too many damn toys already.

Let’s get into it!

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Help decorate her room with themes she'll love with fun wall-decals

Get some fun wall-decals for her to really brighten up her room in whichever way you think she'll like the most!

If she's into things like stars and space, items like these glow-in-the-dark stars and planets are a great option!

Amazon has all sorts of amazing options and you know your little girl best (or ask the parents are) so go for that!


Help her go to sleep in a fun and comfortable sheets with themed bedding

Get her some bedding with themes she enjoys!

I gifted my best friends kid this cute turtle-themed bedset and she absolutely loved it.

You can find all sorts of themes, so just go get creative with it!

This also tends to lessen the struggle of bedtime for the parents, at least for a little bit.


Create a brand new story book with her as the main character

Did you know that over at Wonderbly you can create your very own illustrated book?

Make a little story about her on some magical adventure, hanging out with her favorite fictional characters or friends, or you!

Get some illustrations in there that resemble your recipient and gift her her very own illustrated fairytale, all about her!

Kids absolutely love this present (because they all have main-character syndrome) so I cannot recommend it enough.







girl is reading a book

Spark a new hobby by getting her equipment for a new activity (and maybe some classes?)

Part of growing up is finding out what you like, so get creative with potential hobbies!

There are so many fun hobbies out there; gymnastics, twirling, dancing, soccer, robotics, drawing, little league... you name it.

Find something you think she'll enjoy, or maybe have mentioned in the past, and get her some fun equipment for that hobby to encourage the pursuit! 

Little girl playing soccer football at green grass field for exercise

Encourage some backyard fun and physical activity with a trampoline

The savior of outdoor play will always be the trampoline.

To this day I still see the most dopamine-cursed kids enjoy time out on the trampoline with their friends during summer days. 

So get her one right here!

You can choose any size (from 8ft to 14) depending on her age, space and preference. 

And she's going to love you forever because it comes in a massive box, and kids love big boxes.

Girl (6-7) jumping on trampoline with father

Gift her a true classic: a bike

If she doesn't already have a bike, I cannot recommend getting her one enough!

Especially if she lives in a neighborhood that is kid and bike-friendly, getting a two-wheeler with some training wheels will not just spark the beginning of a new skill, but is a great way for kids to stay social and active.

Or maybe I'm just reminiscing back to the early 90's when we all used to bike around the neighborhood to hang and not just sit on our iPads... oh the days.

This one is currently the best one on the market, and is super great because it's also customizable!

Smiling happy child girl on bike holding bottle of water

Channel her inner photographer with this kid-friendly camera

Let the kid play around with some introductory photography with the Little Tikes Tobi camera!

It's a great way to have fun capturing memories around the house from the perspective of a child, a fun way to integrate their friends on playdates, and might also spark a hobby for photography in the future!

... or they all pretend to be an influencer, because appearantly that's the #1 thing kids wants to be today when asked "what do you wanna be when you grow up?"

For the record, I wanted to be a princess.

And I still do.


Gift her encouragement of curiosity with a kid-friendly microscope

Grabbing some more ideas off of my own childhood, I have a clear memory of the best gift I ever got:

A microscope.

Now obviously I turned into a merchant and not a scientist, but I loved running out in the garden to grab all sorts of stuff to put under my microscope.

Encourage curiosity that isn't just iPad-fueled by getting them this kid-friendly beginners microscope!


Let her do some experiments with a science kit

If there's one thing I remember from my own childhood, it's how fun the idea of doing "science experiments" were.

Children love to test how things work, because they haven't been dulled by seeing how the world works yet.

Before I have an existential crisis while writing this, I'll suggest you get her the Tepsmigo Science kit that allows her to safely explore all sorts of reactions!

Maybe you have a future scientist on your hands?


Teach her all about our beautiful earth with a kid-friendly gardening kit

I absolutely adore this kid-friendly gardening kit that comes complete with it's own irrigation system and everything.

Not only is this super educational for children to understand how our earth operates, but it also has potential to spark a whole new hobby!

... and not to mention, it's super fun.


Gift her unforgettable memories with a Zoo or Aquarium experience

When it comes to getting gifts for kids who are drowning in toys and constant stimuli, you want to go for gifts that encourage one of three things:

  • New memories or experiences
  • Learning
  • Physical activity

With a Zoo or Aquarium membership, you're encouraging all three! Get her a membership to your local wildlife park so that she can get out and see all the beautiful animals that is on offer!

Alternatively you can also just take her to the Zoo or Aquarium yourself (which doubles up as a gift for the parents who gets a babysitter for a day).

Little girl watching fishes in aquarium

And There You Have It! 11 Healthy Birthday Gift Ideas For Kids That Have Too Many Damn Toys

No matter what type of gift you decide to give for her upcoming birthday, the most important thing is that it comes from the heart and that you try to avoid just "another toy".

Whether you pick one of our recommendations or come up with something entirely unique on your own, just try your best to show some interest in his interests and you'll already be doing great.

Need gift ideas for someone else? Check out our other gift-giving guides right here.

Good luck!

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