Here are the best Christmas gifts for homeschoolers. In this homeschooler gift guide, find fun gifts that encourage an endless love of learning.Disclaimer: I make a small commission from some of the links on this site. It allows me to keep the site up and the content free. You can read my full disclosure here.
Christmas Gifts for Homeschoolers
My favorite part about homeschooling is the ability to pursue unique interests, hobbies, and the never-ending opportunities to learn! Here are some of my favorite gift ideas aimed at homeschoolers.
Raddish is a monthly subscription cooking club for kids! Receive your kit in the mail each month. Raddish combines math, science, history, geography, and more with these kits. You’ll need to shop for ingredients, but a grocery list is included.
Creation Create is a tech-based monthly subscription service. Projects are based for students ages 12+, but older and younger students who are wanting STEM projects will love this too. All items are included.
I love Amazon Prime! From 2 day free shipping and a ton of movie and TV selections on Amazon Prime Video, this subscription is one that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Disney Plus has a variety of old and new Disney shows and movies for kids. There’s a variety of educational movies on there too.
For only $2.99/month, get access to thousands of fun and engaging documentaries.
VidAngel is a filtering service that lets YOU choose which content you want to filter. Even as an adult, I love their service and I love the flexibility they offer. Each family has different ideas of age-appropriate, and VidAngel allows for this flexibility. It hooks up to Netflix, Amazon Prime, Amazon CBS All-Access, and HBO.
I love the game Code Names, and this Disney version is equally fun! It is fun for the whole family and challenges kids to think outside of the box.
Guess Who is such a fun classic game. For older kids, create your own spin by replacing the images with historical figures or people you know. 😉
Scattergories is a great game for ages 12+. Each round, you have to come up with a list of items that match the given letter. You receive points for each unique answer, which sometimes requires thinking outside of the box!
Aimed at ages 6+, this game builds engineering skills and encourages critical thinking skills. There are 40 challenges that get increasingly more difficult.
My family loves this game that is somewhat similar to Monopoly and Life, WITHOUT the competitiveness or long length. 🙂 There’s still an emphasis on budgeting, loans, and money.
Educational and Fun Gifts
This mega LEGO kit includes over 800 pieces. Combine it with the app (for tablet or mobile) to code the robot to perform different tasks, like dancing!
Check out these 50+ historical movies for kids, all rated G and PG. Kids won’t even know they’re learning!
Great for ages 6+, this science experiment kit provides hours of fun and encourages STEM from a young age.
Okay, let’s be honest, any matching book set will do. 🙂 I love having a matching set of my favorite series. This Narnia set comes with an eighth book full of Narnia trivia.
Books of Any Kind
Not sure what book to get? Check out my top recommendations:
Invented by a student, I LOVED these visual vocabulary words in high school. Easily memorize vocabulary words with these creative designs.
If your kids are interested in science, a microscope is a must-have.
Extra Fun Goodies
Grab this soft, comfy t-shirt to remind kiddos that there is so much more to life than just grades!
These Aqua Notes have hundreds of five-star ratings on Amazon. Have a brilliant idea in the shower? Then you’ll need this waterproof pen and paper!
Maybe it’s just me being a mega nerd, but these personalized book stamps are SO cute and great for your own personal library!
The Amazon Kindle is thin, waterproof, and allows for unlimited reading on the go. Grab a cover for extra protection if you have younger kiddos.
A Trip to an Escape Room
If your kids are old enough (ages 12+), treat them to a local escape room! They are so much fun and require a lot of thinking and teamwork to be successful.