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Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Family

Don't know what to buy your fam this Christmas? Check out Kidzworld's ideas for everyone on your list, right in the nick of time!

Your Parents

No matter what you get your parents, they'll love it. Moms and dads appreciate things that come from the heart, which means that painting a picture, knitting a sweater, or making gift certificates redeemable for household chores like washing the dishes and taking out the trash are just as good - or better - than buying an expensive perfume or gadget.

Your Siblings

Not sure what to get your brothers and sisters? Getting together to build some K'Nex or play board games like the Monopoly Disney/Pixar Edition and Harry Potter Scene It? are great sources of fun during the holidays. It'll bring squabbling siblings together in harmony, even if the competition gets stiff!.

Your Grandparents

Just like your parents, grams and gramps love thoughtful and creative presents. Since you probably don't see them that often, why don't you give them the gift of memories by buying a picture frame or an album and filling it with pics of yourself? That way, your grandparents can always keep you in sight..

Your Pets

Family pets make the easiest gift recipients cuz they don't complain. Throw your dog a bone, a chew toy or a dog collar in a festive color, and get a scratching post or a ball of yarn for your cat. You can also buy into the latest trends and grab cute little sweaters, pajamas, booties, or even bathrobes for 'em!.

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