I’ve found the perfect gifts for 7-year old girls. Here you’ll find unique, creative, and educational gifts that any 7-year old girl will love for Christmas, birthday, or any other holiday.
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Gifts for 7 Year Old Girls
LEGO DOTS Bag Tag Unicorn Craft Kit
Use your creativity to decorate the sturdy cube bag tag (keychain) with the titles.
LEGO Friends Forest Camper Van and Sailboat
Get your LEGO Friends mini-dolls outside in nature with 3 dolls, a raccoon toy, a detailed camper van, a sailboat, and more!
Gnomes at Night
Work as a team in this fun cooperative search and find maze game. Move the magnetic gnomes around the maze as you chance a thief who is running around the maze leaving clues.
Fashion Angels Fashion Design Sketch Portfolio with Stencils
My kids LOVE these — do yours? 40 sketch sheets with pre-printed models’ silhouettes to make fashion drawing easy for beginners or for anyone who wants to improve their drawing techniques. Use the removable stencils with over 50+ clothing and accessory shapes to help create different outfits and styles.
Aquabeads Box of Fun Safari
Kids can make all different kinds of animals and plants from the safari with this unique aquabeads craft – the possibilities are endless!
Create Your Own Bead Pets
Kids will love making all sorts of beaded animals with this awesome set that comes with cool accessories, including key rings and lanyard clips!
Elmer’s Galaxy Slime Starter Kit
This cool kit lets kids create their own mesmerizing slime using safe, nontoxic glitter glue and a child-friendly slime recipe!
Penelope Strudel and the Birthday Treasure Hunt by Brendan Kearney
It’s Penelope’s birthday but her Uncle Derek hid her presents from the pesky puffins. You’ll have to help her solve the puzzles including ciphers, mazes, and equations on each page as well as search for the lists of items. That will help Penelope move to the next room until finally, she can find out what her birthday present is. Tons of problem-solving fun with detailed, interesting illustrations!
LEGO Creator 3 in 1 Medieval Castle
How cool is this castle with a drawbridge and 3 Minifigures!?
Museum Tour Playset: MODERNISM EDITION
Learn about major artists and play museum with this playset featuring six major works of art, a flexible magnetic whiteboard, a Museum tour book, 6 magnets, a playmat and 2 museum docent characters.
Learn how to use watercolors and then paint the 20 darling designs any way you wish! Paint, palette, and brush included.
Zoey and Sassafras Dragons and Marshmallows #1 by Asia Citro, illustrated by Marion Lindsay
This is an entertaining and well-written story with the coolest mix of science and magic, a diverse main character, and fantastic illustrations that will get kids reading and learning. Zoey, like her mom, can see magical creatures and is tasked to care for any injured creatures that might need help. In this story, she uses her science skills (including research and the scientific method) to figure out how to care for a sick baby dragon. BOXED SET HERE.
Plus Plus Horse
Interlocking cubes fit together to make a horse. Kids love these clever puzzles!
RAD Robots MiBRO
Kids love this interactive remote control robot with accessories and over 50 functions and sounds! Use it to talk, tell jokes, and learn programming thinking.
Enchanted Fairy Garden Craft Kit
Kids can grow magical fairy gardens with this cute craft kit that comes with a paintable potting dish, a flower house for their very own fairy, plus a lot more!
Schleich Horse Club
A 20-piece playset that will inspire a 6-year-old girl’s pretend play and imagination!
The Fabled Stables Willa the Wisp by Jonathan Auxier, illustrated by Olga Demidova
Auggie, the only human, lives on an island of mythical creatures but he’s lonely. When a new stall magically appears, Auggie enters and meets a Wisp who is hunted by ruthless magical poachers. It’s a darling start to a new series perfect for fantasy-loving readers.
MudPuppy Map of the World 78 Piece Puzzle
Learn world geography with this beautiful world puzzle!
Creatable World Dolls
Meant to be less adult looking and more kid-like and gender-neutral, this 1 doll comes with 1 wig, 6 pieces of clothing, 3 pairs of shoes, 2 accessories for endless hours of fun playtime.
Hatchimals Pixies Mermaids
Hatch the 2-Pack’s mermaids to discover ponytails you can brush and style with their combs! Plus, each Pixie has a glittery crown and a compact that really opens!
Wooden Stable Box and 8 Horses
From Melissa and Doug, this playset includes 8 horses, a stable, and a breed guide.
My Audio Pet Mini Bluetooth Speaker
How cute is this tiny (2″ high) animal speaker? It connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device! (Pick from lots of animals including unicorn, pug, beaver, and dragon.)
King of the Birds by Elise Gravel
Arlo is a crow who is a self-proclaimed king of the birds. He meets a cute yellow bird named Pip and they become friends. Arlo explains his many talents to his new friend, Pip and together, the friends go on many adventures like visiting the big city and hunting for shiny things. Interspersed in the story are impressive crow facts like they have big brains and can count up to 6 objects. Readers will find this book both entertaining and informational.
LEGO Disney Princess Elsa’s Magical Ice Palace
Just in time for the 2nd movie! Frozen fans can build Elsa’s ice palace with a revolving staircase and sliding bridge. This kit comes with Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Marshmallow, and 4 other minifigures.
Cat Kid Comic Club by Dav Pilkey
Cat Kid teaches a class for the tadpoles about making their own comic books…which doesn’t go well until the tadpoles get excited about failure and get started writing and drawing. If you like a lot of silliness (including potty humor) with great messages about writing, creativity, and persistence, read this book next.
LOL Surprise OMG Sunshine Gurl
An articulated 4.5 fashion doll called Sunshine Gurl with a box that can be a set and 20 surprises including an outfit, shoes, accessories, hat box, hair brush, garment bag, sticker, hanger, and doll stand.
Botley the Coding Robot
We love and recommend Botley! It’s easy to use and does not require any other devices– NO smartphone or tablet required. It’s a hands-on way to learn the foundational thinking concepts of programming in code (sequencing, looping, if/then). FULL REVIEW HERE.
Playmobil Christmas Bakery
The perfect Christmas gift is this Christmas Santa bakery! Inside the bakery, you will find a bustling cookie workshop, complete with three different stations for each step of cookie making and baking tools like a rolling pin and cookie cutters. We’re excited for this!
Where’s the Llama? by Paul Moran, illustrated by Gergely Forizs
A group of ten llamas in the Andes in Peru decide to see the world. Can you spot them in each of the world locations like Miami Beach, New York City’s modern art gallery, a fairground in Canada, a Cambodian jungle, an ice park in China, and more? Answers are in the back plus more things to spot. We love the artwork in this book!
Girls love these necklaces that stretch. This set gives them 24 colors and styles.
Keep your kids outside and active with this fun, sturdy aircraft-grade aluminum scooter. Hours of fun!
KLUTZ LEGO Make Your Own Movie Kit
This 80-page book will help kids learn to make stop motion animation and regular movies. Set the stage with any of the six included background settings and thirty-six LEGO elements like a pizza, banana, baseball cap, six mini-figure heads, and more!
Meet Yasmin! by Saadia Faruqui, illustrated by Hatem Aly
What an adorable main character! Yasmin is an exuberant girl who is interested in everything from exploring to building to fashion. This book tells four short stories from Yasmin’s life, all in chapters with lively, full-color illustrations. Each story shows Yasmin as a creative problem solver even when things get hard. Her Pakistani American culture is embedded throughout the story such as the foods Yasmin’s family eats like naan or how she calls her father Baba. I LOVE the diversity, the gutsy main-character, and the beautiful design of the entire book.
Reversible Puffer Vest
How cute is this? Silver or pink with a zippered front and side pockets.
Colors of the World Markers
These 24 new Crayola colors that represent people from around the world are essential for homes and classrooms.
KLUTZ Sew Squishy Cubes
Use the 24 page book to follow the directions to make 3 squishy felt creations: a unicorn, a phoenix, and a yeti with felt pieces precut with holes for extra-simple sewing.
Polly Pocket Hedgehog Cafe
Kids will love playing with this cute cafe featuring a micro Polly doll and friend doll, plus 2 pets (a cat with tail hair and a bunny).
Mia Mayhem Is a Superhero! by Kara West, illustrated by Leeza Hernandez
When Mia gets accepted into the Superhero training program, she learns that she is SUPER. She even learns that her parents are, also. After school at her new superhero training, she has a disastrous first day and learns that it takes work to become a superhero. Black and white illustrations, bigger print, and an exciting story make this a winning series for growing readers.
Hermione Granger Doll
Hermione jointed doll is dressed in her Hogwarts uniform with a Gryffindor robe and personalized wand that fans can use to help the young witch cast spells and charms. See all the new Mattel Harry Potter dolls.
Kindle Kids Bundle
Perfect for growing readers, this Kindle Kids Edition offers a black and white glare-free display with no games, no ads, and no videos. It includes many popular book series including Harry Potter. Kindle Book Recommendations HERE.
Melissa and Doug Created by Me Flower Fleece Quilt
Knot together this soft and fuzzy quilt in any pattern design you like using the fleece squares provided. Talk about a fun and cozy arts and crafts project for your creative child.
Car with Pony
Travel with your car and horse in this fun playset.
Pusheen Dinosaur Cat
Anyone else have a Pusheen-obsessed child? Mine loves all things Pusheen. Check out this cute, soft, and huggable pusheenosaurus!
Alien Slime Lab
Get messy as you mix up batches of unidentified “alien” slime and conduct tests on them to analyze and investigate their special properties. Real science and playful science fiction come together in this wacky, activity-filled kit! For example, conduct viscosity tests on the slime, dissect it with tweezers and a plastic scalpel, cut out a brain shape, Stamp it with an alien head, and add eyes to your Alien slime! (Non-toxic.)
Meet Yasmin! by Saadia Faruqui, illustrated by Hatem Aly
What an adorable main character! Yasmin is an exuberant girl who is interested in everything from exploring to building to fashion. This book tells four short stories from Yasmin’s life, all in chapters with lively, full-color illustrations. Each story shows Yasmin as a creative problem solver even when things get hard. Her Pakistani American culture is embedded throughout the story such as the foods Yasmin’s family eats like naan or how she calls her father Baba. I LOVE the diversity, the gutsy main character, and the beautiful design of the entire book.
Skyrocket Blume Doll
Water your doll and see who emerges from the flower pot! Who will you Blume?
ZOOB S.T.E.M. Challenge
Add to your Zoob kit with this STEM extension of 175 pieces for solving challenges such as hitting targets and making balls bounce, building a catapult, zip line, trampoline and more!
Headlamps beat book lamps for reading hands down. Why? Because they’re hands-free AND have much better light! (All over the page light, not just in one spot.) Plus, how cool are you when you sit in bed with a headlamp?! Gift this reading gift along with a new book for your next holiday.
A beautiful two-sided Sudoku wooden game board with smooth, wooden titles of numbers and shapes! Use the booklet with 60 challenges for the starting positions. Not only is this a FUN game for one player, but it’s also great for critical thinking, pattern recognition, problem-solving, visual/spatial thinking, and deductive reasoning. (Win-win!)
Hot Wheels City
Store your cars in the parking garage and then speed down the side-by-side racetrack but watch out for the Robo T-Rex!
Butterfly Glow-in-the-Dark Diary
WOW! It’s so cool to see this in the dark. Kids will also love the sturdy lined pages and lock and key.
This is our go-to favorite card game. The winner is the player with the most cards. To win a card, you must match an image from your own card to one of the images in the center card. Fast-paced and addictive.
Dreamworks Hatchimals Toothless
Move baby Toothless around until he’s ready to hatch! See his eyes glow through his eggshell, rock it to make him growl, tap to hear him tap back, clap & he’ll respond! Then teach Toothless to fly & plasma-blast. He’ll move his wings & ears as you guide him. In fact, there’s a lot that you can do with Toothless once he’s hatched!
Hamster Princess Harriet the Invincible by Ursula Vernon
What a fun remix of Sleeping Beauty. In this version, the princess realizes she can’t die until she’s 18 and concludes that she must be INVINCIBLE!! She becomes a total daredevil — vanquishing dragons, cliff-diving, and attacking ogres. When her 18th birthday rolls around she returns home to face the evil fairy, Ratshade. And things get even more interesting . . . She’s a great heroine and the story is a fabulous chuckle-fest.
We highly recommend this fast-paced, fun and easy dice game.
Sherlock Express is great for both thinking and visual discrimination because kids use the alibi clue cards to eliminate suspects and find the culprit. THINKING. So much thinking. For example, if your kids turn over an alibi card picture of the library, it means that any of the suspects with a library background are eliminated as the culprit.
National Geographic Astrophysist Barbie
Barbie, the woman with a million careers, is now an astrophysicist dressed in a top with space-inspired print, has a large telescope swivels so kids can role-play a Star search, and comes with a Star map to find a favorite Star or discover a new Planet.
Klutz Make Your Own Soap
Learn soap-making basics (chemistry) from melting to molding, adding fragrance and glitter, in designs like a cat, a fish, a cupcake, a star, and more.
Isn’t this a fun new playset? It includes three figures, three seals, colorful fish and sea creatures, bucket with fish, coral, recycle bins, feeding time clock, and other accessories
Mad Libs Junior
Perfect for the youngest readers and writers, these are hilarious fill-in-the-blank stories that remind kids about parts of speech and storytelling.
My kids love this game so much. Try to solve the formula on each challenge card using your 3 test tubes using the 6 colored balls. BUT don’t touch the balls with your hands or you’ll be out! The first one done wins the card; the first person to get five cards wins. Read my full review here.
My kids and I think these logic puzzles are so much fun! Probably because you get the pieces to manipulate and can choose your level from easy to challenging. The game lets you get the hang of the strategy with the easy levels and then you progress to more difficult puzzles. A bonus is this is a great on-the-go activity since it comes in a nifty carrying case.
Crayola Scribble Scrubbie
Color your four pets (2 dogs, 1 cat, 1 rabbit) then give them a scrub bath so you can start over with new designs.
Boogie Board Magic Sketch
You’re going to love this semi-transparent LCD eWriter so kids can trace and write in vivid rainbow colors. It looks and feels just like colorful pens on paper with no mess and no expensive pens or paper to replace.
Enchantimals Patter Peacock Doll
Patter Peacock is a 6-inch doll that comes with a cute little peacock animal friend. If your kids love the Echantimals, don’t miss the Enchantimals Treehouse.
eeBoo Create and Tell Me a Story Cards
We’ve used these cards for family game night, story writing, and road trip fun. They’re versatile and will get your kids thinking creatively!
Creativity for Kids Rainbow Sandland
My 7-year-old self wants this gift for Christmas– isn’t it adorable!? Create a magical world with colorful sand, glitter, playful stickers and an adorable mini unicorn!
Dory and the Real True Friend by Abby Hanlon
Dory is one of my favorite book characters because her imagination is THE BEST! She has three imaginary friends: one monster friend, one fairy godmother that’s actually not a lady, and one bad lady nemesis. I love this story because she meets a real-life friend who understands all about imaginary friends and together, they’re the perfect match. (GREAT series!!)
The Princess in Black by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale, illustrated by LeUyen Pham
Princess Magnolia has a secret. She’s really the Princess in Black who fights Monster Land monsters even when having tea with the stuffy Duchess Wigtower. (She just takes a short break.) It’s a wonderful, age-appropriate early chapter story with gorgeous eye-popping illustrations mixed with a good ratio of large text and white space on the easier side.
Bird and Squirrel on Ice by James Burks
Okay, this might be my new favorite graphic novel series– it’s absolutely hysterical! In this first book, Bird’s over-confident, laissez-faire character pairs perfectly with Squirrel’s logical, fearful one. The duo crash land in the Penguin world where Bird is thought to be the “Chosen One” meant to save the penguins from the Great Whale. Absolutely everything is pitch-perfect — the illustrations, the characters, the dialogue, and the pacing. I highly recommend it.
My daughter makes erasers from this kit like crazy — little monsters, animals, you name it. It’s not just creative, it’s a useful crafty gift for 7-year old girls.
Spin the wheel to determine what cake pieces you can select. Stack the cake layers and toppers to complete their cakes, measure the height, and earn points. Deliciously tempting and entertaining!
Pretty Princesses: Beautiful Princesses to Color!
This regal coloring book is packed with pretty princesses, beautiful castles, stunning crowns, and other fantastic accessories. Splashes of color on each page will inspire doodlers to put their own stamp on these illustrations as they create their own masterpieces!
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Gifts for 7-Year Old Girls
Giving STEM gifts to children serves two purposes — first, these are fun gifts kids want and second, these are learning gifts, too.