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Meaning and Magic: Checking Off Your Holiday Gift List

We’ve got a slew of articles planned to help you and your kids learn and grow together during a holiday season that’s filled with meaning and magic for your family. The following are a few ideas to inspire your search for meaningful gifts, including options from companies that donate a portion of profits to a good cause, to popular toys, and presents that don’t require wrapping. Read on for some wonderful ideas to help you check off your list:

Gifts That Give Something Back

Several companies offer great gift ideas that give something back, often to the communities that create their products. It’s like giving two gifts in one! Read more

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Educational Toys: 10 Gift Ideas for Kids of All Ages

We’ve rounded up the greatest and most popular educational toys, gifts, and mobile apps to help you in your quest for the perfect gift for the children in your life this holiday season. Read more

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Alternative Gift Giving Ideas

Giving a gift that doesn’t come in a box or fit under a tree can be just as fulfilling as traditional presents, if not more. Read more

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DIY Christmas Gifts, Decorations, and Displays

We have five great ideas for how to bring the holidays into your home and make creative gifts. Read more

5 of our favorite DIY Christmas gifts, decorations, and displays to bring the holidays into your home.


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Deanna Glick

Deanna Glick

Deanna Glick has spent two decades as a writer and editor, covering education policy, adoption, and other issues of interest to children and families. Deanna has also worked and volunteered for youth-focused nonprofits, including Students Run LA and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. A California native, Deanna loves to hike sections of the Appalachian Trail and spend time on the Shenandoah River near her Northern Virginia home. She often finds writing inspiration through her 8-year-old daughter, who loves to read, paint, play sports, and learn.

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