Holiday Gift Guide: For the Cool Kid on Your List

Malu Organic Clothes Nobodinoz Arzona Teepee Wangaris Trees of Peace Book Bigstuffed Sea Creatures Cultured Algae Seaweed Science Kit

By Valerie Hutterer | Kids
Posted Dec 6, 2016

All kids really want is time. A walk, a book read, some time when your face shines on their face – truly, they are the easiest person on the list. But, if you also feel the need to gift, because they have you in their life, on some level they too care about what they wear and where their stuff comes from. We’ve made the ideal list for the hip future changemaker:

The Fashionista: Malu Organic is an ethical brand that uses the softest, fair-trade organic cotton and hemp fabrics with environmentally friendly, solvent-free inks and natural dyes. Designed and printed in Malibu and produced in downtown LA, using fabrics made in the USA, or from fair-trade sources, they take sustainability as seriously as they take fashion. We love the hip separates for boys and girls, plus the fact that many pieces are unisex.  **Win a $125 gift card from Malu Organics with our #magnifecoholidaygiveaway on Instagram**

The Creative Soul: Give them the gift of space with their own TeePee. Let them release their imagination and play for hours with the Nobodinoz teepee play tent. Teepee can shelter up to 3 kids, made with OEKO-Tex certified fabric and FSC certified pine wood. Designed and Made in Barcelona. From Nobodinoz – $139.95 USD.

The Bookworm: Wangari’s Trees of Peace: A True Story from Africa is the true story of Wangari Maathai, environmentalist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. The story is a beautiful example of how one woman’s passion, vision, and determination inspired great change. From Amazon – $15.00 USD.

The Future Jane Goodall: The Great Apes Survival Game, featuring Dr. Jane Goodall, is a one-of-a-kind educational board game created for children ages 6 and up that 2-4 people can play in about 30 minutes. The premise of the game is to educate children about endangered species, in particular, the great apes; how they are endangered, in a beautifully designed game environment while having fun. Note:the game won’t ship until January. From My Place Called Home – $39.95 USD.

For the Future Jacques Cousteau: French brand BigStuffed offers a gorgeous collection of fluffy, cuddly sea creatures to inspire and love children (but with an aesthetic eye towards the adults who buy them). Inspired by albino sea creatures, each animal is 100% handcrafted in Bretagne France. From Bigstuffed – starting at € 84.00. We also love this Cultured Algae Seaweed Science Kit, that comes alive as kids create their own cultured algae garden.From Amazon – $40.00 USD.

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