You can never start too early with nurturing confidence in little girls and encouraging them to be unstoppable. By engaging them in math and science and helping them embrace their creative sides, these gift ideas for girls of all ages nourish both body and brain. Shop these educational, inspirational gifts for both teens and preschoolers, all while stacking up Cash Back at Ebates and saving big with promo codes.
Representation is key. Show your toddler that women can do anything, with this LEGO set that includes female characters in a number of community roles.
If you’re shopping gifts for girls, consider a critical thinking game that will entertain while challenging the intellect. Codenames is a social word game where two rival spymasters know the secret identities of 25 agents — but only by their codenames. Teams compete to see who can make contact with all of their agents first.
This is one of our favorite sporty-girl gifts, since it helps her learn how to skateboard, snowboard or surf anywhere. The Spooner board improves core strength and gross motor skills as well.
Help them embrace their love of the outdoors and camping, even in the off-season, with this all-inclusive play set.
Budding artists will love this kit, which guides them through producing a comic and includes all materials. When it’s done, mail it in, and she’ll receive a professionally published version with her name right on the cover. How cool is that?
What’s more empowering than a female character who saves her entire island?
See the beauty of small things by looking a little closer. My First Microscope is specially designed for little hands and is sturdy enough to survive all your toddler has to throw at it.
Got a “Hunger Games” fan on your list? Show her you don’t have to have a name like Katniss to master archery.
Girls can do anything, even bust ghosts! This super cute Funko set is a find for all ages.
We particularly love this gift because it can empower anyone (girls and boys alike) who loves cuddly monsters. Sewing is a useful skill most of us lack, so why not start them off early?