6 best kid-approved experience gifts for 2020 (with photo proof!)

For Parents Dec 10, 2020

Below is Outschool's list of kid-approved experience gifts for 2020. We've broken it down by interest.

You'll find a recommendation for a physical gift plus a fun, safe, social learning experience to pair it with!

First, here's the easiest way to give an experience gift this year

We know shopping for a child during the holidays comes with challenges...

  • Unsure what the child in your life is interested in?
  • Want to make sure the gift is actually used?
  • Running out of time for delivery!?

Don't worry. We've got you covered.

This year, give the gift that lasts a lifetime: the gift of learning! Do it by giving an Outschool gift card.

Why give an Outschool gift card? The child who gets it can browse from 1000s of 5-star reviewed live online learning activities, including classes, camps and clubs.

As you read on, you'll see there's a choice for every interest.

1) For your future chef πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ³

Give: kid-friendly cooking supplies

Paired with: cooking, baking or nutrition classes

2) For your young yoga lover πŸ§˜πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ

Give: yoga mat, blocks and a water bottle

Paired with: yoga or meditation classes

3) For your little scientist πŸ‘©πŸΏβ€πŸ”¬

Give: kid-friendly science kit

Paired with: a chemistry, biology, or nature class

4) For your young bookworm πŸ“š

Give: books!

Paired with: an online book club for kids

5) For your athlete in-training πŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈ

Give: Exercise or sports equipment

Paired with: Exercise or sports classes

6) For your inspired artist

Give: watercolors, pastels, crayons, an easel - the options are endless here.

Paired with: a drawing, painting or sculpture class

Why you don't have to worry about making the wrong choice

If you're not sure exactly what class the child in your life would like - that's no problem!

When you give an Outschool gift card, they'll have the freedom to choose the learning experience that they love.

Gerard Dawson

Gerard Dawson is a teacher, parent and writer for Outschool.

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