These 13 gift ideas for kids of all ages has storage and organization front of mind. From places to keep their tiniest collections to tech and decor that reduce surface clutter, you can feel good about these gifts going into your kids’ room.
1. Harry Potter Sculpted Bookends $129 Books always tend to get messy on shelves, but these gorgeous Hogwarts bookends will make any Harry Potter fan want to keep their book collection tidy. They’re great for any age, even kids at heart.
2. Foldable Toy Basket $21 Legos are some of the hardest toys to store and organize, and a lot of systems don’t work well for younger kids. This basket doubles as a play mat, so playtime can be cleaned up in a snap.
3. Telescope $83 Want to give a gift that doesn’t take up a ton of space but still gets your kids off their gaming systems for a bit? You can’t go wrong with a telescope. This one is a full kit with a wireless remote, a storage bag, and a smartphone mount for identifying names of constellations, planets, and galaxies with an interactive app.
4. Dollhouse Bookshelf $120 Is it a toy or a storage shelf? It can actually be both! Kids can get creative with how they organize their belongings by grouping them in each “room” of this bookshelf.
5. Makeup Case $38 Help a makeup-loving kid tidy their bathroom by gifting this folding storage case. I had one of these when I was a kid and it taught to me take care of my makeup and hair accessories, but it also made it easy to get myself ready in different areas of the house if needed.
6. Divided Toy Case $33 This is how my son stored toy cars when he was younger, and he loved driving them to their “garage” after a busy race day. It works for small collectibles like Shopkins and Mini Brands, too, and encourages imaginative play while cleaning up.
7. LED Star Projector $60 Remember that amazing pack of peel-and-stick glow-in-the-dark stars your parents let you put on your bedroom ceiling? This is the hip to the times version, and it’s renter-friendly because it’s a projector. This is the kind of clutter-free room decor we love to recommend.
8. Gaming Storage Tower $27 If someone on your list is a serious gamer who wants to minimize their time AFK (Away From Keyboard), this storage tower is a must-have. Games, headsets, controllers, and other accessories can be organized vertically to save desk space and prevent things from getting lost.
9. Pegboard Kit $46 I had to include this kids’ version of one of my favorite accessories for adults. This kit comes with 4 pegboards, plus installation accessories, and is a great way to utilize wall space for storing items like art supplies, jewelry, gaming accessories, collectibles, and more. It’s also a great addition for a homework station.
10. Erin Condren Kids Planner $17 This may be an Erin Condren planner, but its main purpose is not to manage a bunch of to-do lists. Instead, the kids’ version focuses on building healthy habits, like setting goals, saving money, and expressing themselves with a fun sticker set.
11. Acrylic Floating Bookshelf $26 It could be for books, of course, but it’s also great for pictures, cards, records, or anything collectible, especially for teenagers. I have these for my smaller crystal collection, so if your kiddo is into collecting gemstones, here’s a way to get them off surfaces and on display out of the way.
12. Art Table & Chairs Set $270 Art supplies are some of the hardest things to keep tidy because there are so many small pieces and sets that should stay together. This art table and chair set for younger kids has built in storage, so it’s an all-in-one mini art room just for them. Let them get creative with how they organize the shelves and make their own labels so they build organization habits early.
13. Alarm Clock $50 If someone will need a extra help getting up early after Winter Break, this is a friendly option to get them back into their routine. It also has a night light and sound machine function if they have trouble falling asleep and getting a good night’s rest.
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