Kids

Best Gifts For Kids

CriticPick aids you in the process of getting best gifts for kids. We bring all the top gifts for kids on one platform. We are especially attentive and careful in offering products that are created for children. Before making the products available for purchase, the items are being monitored and only after being cross-checked they get entitled to be presented for sales. Moreover, listed products have been evaluated by professional critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times and many more. All of them have favored and recognized the products as the best presents for kids. The products listed here, possess high ratings: at least 4 out of 5 stars. We believe that the top gifts for kids are the ones that are safe. We also strongly believe that the best gifts for kids should enhance the learning outcome of children. Our milestone is to promote the process of empowering our young generation with critical and creative thinking. We follow our values and introduce the best presents for kids that will embrace their learning progress and secure upgrowth. The products are designed to promote the ability of faster orientation. Furthermore, we have presents that can be shared by several children and improve their socializing ability and team playing skills. Even if you are confused about what to get, we have the best gift ideas for kids by presenting a wide range of variety. These products will excite the kids and make them even more smiley. Keep checking our suggestions as we continue adding new products that will surprise your kids. You are welcome to see more about best toys and game gifts, unique gifts for men, get amazing gift ideas for girls, best gifts for travelers, etc. Read more...

Kids Gifts
4.5 Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Console

New York Times

“The hottest video game console this year is also the smallest and most portable. The Nintendo Switch boasts exclusive games, remakes of cult classics and a portable style that’s great for travel.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$299
4.1 Star Wars Inventor Kit

LittleBits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit

Washington Post

“Fans of Star Wars and coding will delight in this mini R2D2, complete with 20 sounds from the films. Kids can play with the toy as is, but to really bring the droid to life, they will need to download a free app, which has 16 special missions and other challenges.”

Featured in The Washington Post’s 2017 Best Gift Guide.

$83
4.3 Lego Boost

LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox 17101 Building and Coding Kit

New York Times

“Lego Boost combines the nostalgia of Legos with easy-to-follow directions to provide a delightful beginner robotics building and programming experience for children and adults alike.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$158
4.0 Kano Computer Kit

Kano Computer Kit, Make a Computer & Learn to Code

New York Times

“The Kano Computer Kit lets kids as young as 6 learn about and put together the basic parts of a computer without a grown-up’s help. Once it’s built, kids use Kano’s apps to code, play and explore.”

Featured in New York Times’ 2017 Gift Guide.

$149
4.3 Furreal Tiger

FurReal Roarin’ Tyler, the Playful Tiger

Telegraph

“When kids roar or make sounds at him, this playful tiger roars back, responding with 100+ sound and motion combinations. With soft fur and moveable back legs, he’s also rather huggable.”

$93
4.3 Sphero Star Wars BB8

Sphero Original Star Wars BB-8

Telegraph

Meet Sphero’s BB-8, an app-enabled droid. Based on your interactions, BB-8 will show a range of expressions and even react to voice commands. Set to patrol mode and watch it go out on its own and explore its surroundings, mapping out collisions with objects in the room and sending information back.”

$57