Sometimes you want to give a gift that kids won’t outgrow before the holiday season is even over. We’ve rounded up some meaningful gift ideas for kids of every age. These are presents they’ll appreciate for years to come.
The gift of quality family time with Kidsworld passes
We all know that spending quality time with our kids is really all that matters. Kidsworld offers an amazing option for a unique and meaningful Christmas gift idea this year. Kidsworld is a family program in Vancouver dedicated to bringing families the opportunity to spend quality time together at more affordable prices. Their passes come with a blank Christmas card that you can sign and give as a gift. Grandparents or other friends and relatives can give your kids this gift too–any adult can accompany the child to events throughout the year.
Kidsworld offers two programs: Kidsworld 44 and Kidsworld Summer. Kidsworld 44 has a different events every weekend of the school year for both child and adult to attend without cost and Kidsworld Summer has a different event every day of July and August for a child and adult to attend without cost. From Whitecaps FC games and Vancouver Circus School to Maan Country Farms and Castle Fun Park, they offer a ton of great events to attend. Check out their calendar of events.
Sign up for a class together
Whether it’s cooking or pottery, it doesn’t matter what the class teaches. Your child will always remember the experience of taking a class with you. Here are a few places to look into parent-child classes: Arts Umbrella, Place des Arts, and Artspace.
Transform their art into a custom book
Plum Print does the hard work for you and takes high-quality photos of your kids’ artwork and then prints them in a custom book. Just sign up on the site with a $40 deposit and the company sends you a large box with instructions for sending in the work. Fill the box with art, 3D clay projects, or pretty much anything your kids make. In a few week, your gorgeous book (and the original artwork if you want it back) arrives ready for your kids to show off with pride.
This article is sponsored by the fantastic Kidsworld Program:
Kidsworld is a family program in Vancouver dedicated to bringing families as opportunity to spend quality time together at an amazingly affordable price at the best places in Vancouver! Visit them at kidsworldprogram.com
Heather Maxwell Hall is a Vancouver-born-and-raised writer and journalism school grad who loves the arts, her little family, and the Pacific Northwest. She cultivates good vibes by going on long walks, taking pictures, and discovering new things.