I have two Teenage girls (and a boy, but I’ll write about him later) and I really don’t know what to get them for Christmas. Thankfully there are lots of teen gift lists to browse and I hope that I can include some ideas here that not only my girls will like but you will feel inspired too.
Teen Girls Gift Guide
Emma from Emma and 3 has written a fabulous guide of teen and tween gifts which I know my girls would be really happy with. One thing she mentions is a journal and I generally buy my girls a journal every year.
If you are looking for Stocking Fillers for Teen Girls then Sally has the perfect Gift Guide with over 50 Ideas and they are all under £20!
Pyjamas are always an easy choice. You can choose something plain, pretty or go for a favourite character or theme. I particularly like these Disney Villains pjs from Character.
Books are always a good choice, especially if you know what they like reading. A Harry Potter fan for instance gives you loads of options. If you are not sure though, you can always opt for something more generic like the Guinness Book of Records (my teen has one of these every year) or even something inspiring like this fab book, Be Happy Be You. You can read my review here.
Console Games always go down well in my house and we always have a new game or two to play at Christmas
You can find a list of games over on Rainbows are Too Beautiful which may give you more inspiration.
When you get to technology though you can end up spending a small fortune. My girls had new tablets last year and this year they are having a new computer between them (only when they’ve cleaned their room) but I’ve been given a voucher to buy one so it’s not costing me too much. I can’t believe how desktop computers have sky rocketed in price, it’s probably because laptops and tablets are more popular now. You don’t have to spend a fortune when it comes to tech. though. All kids love a new pair of headphones or earphones.
I have children on the Autistic Spectrum which can sometimes make shopping a little more difficult. If you are wondering what to buy an autistic child or teen this year then do check out Steph’s list of 25 great ideas.
I think I may be ready to start Christmas shopping now, how about you? Do you have teens to buy for?
Do you remember what your favourite gift was when you were a teen?
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