Look, we’ve already got everything we need. And if you’ve got a healthy family you do, too. But there’s still stuff that we wouldn’t mind being gifted with this Father’s Day so we rounded up 50 items and put together this handy gift guide for all the people who say we’re too hard to buy for. Check it out.
Lucky for you Amazon has a great deal on one of the coolest & most popular toys of the year, Anki Overdrive. This race track can be built in eight different configurations and the cars are controlled via smartphone/tablet apps. Playing solo? There’s even a mode that allows your kid to race an AI controlled 2nd car. The starter pack is 20% off right now and if your kids get into it (and, of course they will) the available expansion packs for additional track pieces and more muscular cars make gift-giving for future holidays and birthdays a breeze. We can pretty much guarantee you’ll love playing with it almost as much as they do.
If you don’t know about GoldieBlox by now and you have a daughter let us introduce you to this amazing company. Their goal is to get girls building things, inventing things, using their burgeoning engineering minds to create spectacular objects. This is why we love their Craft-Struction box full of parts and pieces that can be combined in an infinite number of ways. In addition to the set each week new ideas on what to build and guides on how to build them are uploaded online so your child can follow along if they want. We have seen S.T.E.M. toys explode in popularity this year and that trend will continue into the next. GoldieBlox has been perfecting S.T.E.M. toys for years and this set is a don’t miss!
When we saw PlayTape in person last Summer we knew this product was going to soon make its way into everyone’s house sooner or later. The miles of road your child will create all around your house are almost endless. If you kid’s love playing with cars or trains, trucks or Elsas on roller skates PlayTape is a must have playtime enhancement your house deserves. The mild tape sticks to any surface and can be reused. You can also tell mom that it won’t leave any icky residue so everyone will be having fun. SAT Prep: Duct tape is to dad as PlayTape is to the child.
Admit it. This is where your “guilt” money gets spent. Those pets were once considered your children until the real ones came along. Now you inexplicably carry guilt that you don’t give your pet the attention you used to. We’re not saying buying your pet something will make you feel better but, hey, they’ll look good.