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Experience Gifts For Christian Kids
Experience gifts are things that kids can enjoy that don’t add a lot of extra “stuff” or clutter to the home.
Think of experience gifts of things children can do, learn, or create. Anything that creates an experience memory.
How can I give experiences instead of gifts?
Experience gifts can include:
- Memberships to museums, zoos, or local attractions
- Subscription for monthly kids’ crates/boxes
- Tickets to a movie or theater production
- Party at a favorite local place
- Tickets to see a favorite author or artist
- Music lessons
- A night away at a hotel to use the swimming pool
- Gift certificate for a local camp or class
- Online video game
- Tickets to a favorite sporting event
- Cooking class
- A expense paid day at an arcade, bowling alley, or laser tag place
To choose an experience gift, think about what the child’s hobbies or likes are, and then come up with an experience idea from there!
For example, if the child loves baseball, you may get him/her tickets to a local baseball game.
If you’re looking specifically for Christian experience gifts try one of these great ideas:
I’m super excited about this subscription box for kids (and family!) that I just found out about! It’s called Artza Box.
Artza Boxes provides artisanal food, crafts, and exclusive content not found anywhere else from Israel in an attempt to “follow in the footsteps of Jesus.”
The boxes also include cards and games so that you can learn Hebrew!
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Use code HOLYLAND10 at checkout to get a 10% discount on any option!
A Jesus Christmas Advent Devotional
A big part of experience gifts is about spending time together as a family.
If you’re giving gifts during holidays, try A Jesus Christmas: Explore God’s Amazing Plan for Christmas devotional time.
Give the book as a gift to the family and then use the family devotional time to slow down the holidays. Add in hot chocolate and a simple craft each night, too!
We got an advent candle spiral (that we found on Etsy) and we light it every night, have family down time and read stories! So a spiral like that also makes an awesome gift for this package!
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HelloBible is a faith-filled activity box.
Kids get a Bible storybook and creative crafts and projects.
They have HelloBible EXPLORER boxes for kids ages 5-10 and HelloBible JUNIOR boxes for preschoolers ages 3-5.
You get a great book to keep and also some great experiences making crafts together.
Crafted Faith Crate
If you’re looking for Christian experience gifts for older kids and teens, try Crafted Faith Crate.
Crafted Faith Crate comes with two handmade craft kits plus all the tools and supplies. (That makes it a great parent-child quality time gift!)
The crate comes with:
- Short devotional
- Waterproof faith-based sticker
- Set of matching Bible verse art prints (one for you and one for a friend)
LIMITED TIME: Use code FIRSTMONTH at checkout to get $4 off your first order!
Family Movie Night Package
A family movie night package is a great experience gift and you can tailor it to be a faith-based gift for kids.
For example, you can gift an online family movie like:
- Kindness Matters
- The Star
- The Prince of Egypt
- Letters To God
- (Or other family-friendly faith movies)
Then, put together a fun movie night package like movie candies and popcorn set with seasonings. It’s a great gift of family time centered around nice movie messages!
Giving Back Experience
One of my favorite experience gifts is to give something to someone that allows them to give back to others and focus on kindness activities.
- KINDNESS ROCK PACK: Put together directions on how to make kindness rocks and then gift the rocks and paint markers so they can bring joy to others.
- KINDNESS PROMPTS: Give a Sneaky Cards Pack that prompts kids to do fun and kind deeds for others.
- VOLUNTEER BOXES: Schedule a volunteer experience for the child and then put together a box of goodies that can be donated to the volunteer site. For example, does the child love animals? Schedule a time at a local shelter and volunteer with him/her. Gift the child a box of goodies (treats, blankes, etc.) that can be donated to the shelter. (Or, better yet, give the kid $20 and ask what they would like to spend it on for the shelter!)