A Way Kids Can Hand Out Gifts Even If They Can Not Yet Read

A Way Kids Can Hand Out Gifts Even If They Can Not Yet Read

Kids love being the ones to hand out the gifts! Years back when our now teenagers were toddlers, my father-in-law came up with a great way to help them do so even though they could not yet read. He put a photo of  who the gift was for on each present and the kids were thrilled to be able to find each gift, and hand it to the proper recipient.  It is also a great way to use all those photos in a box that are not quite good enough for the albums.

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    • Thanks Nicole! Our kids can all read now, but they had lots of fun with this when they were little.

  1. What a fun idea! My grandparents used to color code presents and each of the 3 of us would be a different color which changed each year. There were no labels on any package and we would be giddy with the anticipation and fun of trying to guess who got which color!

    • Leah, I love the color coding idea, that is another great way to let the little ones help out! Thanks for adding that idea!