eeBoo’s Recommended Educational Gift Ideas For Young Girls
Here are five of my favorite educational gift ideas for young girls from eeBoo that even my own girls also enjoyed and recommend.
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eeBoo Gift Ideas for Girls
eeBoo Musician and Artist Paper Doll Reusable Set
This kit offers two-sided stand-up scenes (ages five and older), two dolls printed on heavy-duty board and sheets of reusable electrostatic vinyl clothes and accessories. Ninety percent of eeBoo’s products are made with recycled materials, printed with vegetable-based inks.
eeBoo Piece and Love Votes for Women 500 Piece Round Circle Puzzle
This Votes for Women puzzle celebrates great people who contributed to the Suffrage Movement. These brave individuals fought to give women and people of color the right to vote. All men and women are created equal and deserve to be heard. Remember to vote and exercise the right these women and men fought so hard for.
eeBoo Fairytale Spinner Game
This award-winning Fairytale Spin-to-Play Game will take your family to a faraway land! Players spin to select the elements for their fairy tale. When they have collected a scene, a hero, a magical helper, a rival, a magical object, transportation, and a treasure, they tell the tale that these elements evoke. Game extensions encourage compassion by suggesting using a misunderstood rival as a hero on occasion, and longer tales for two players.
eeBoo I Never Forget a Face Memory Matching Game for Kids
A memory and matching game that develops patience and memory skills. Children are introduced to the inspiring diversity of 24 warm and accessible children from cultures around the world, opening doors to empathy and discovery. The back cover identifies each child’s home country.
eeBoo About Face
Allows children to create a near-endless cast of characters from printed images of leaves, ribbons, coins, and various other found objects. Matched “face” pieces feature photographs of objects found at the seashore and on the streets of New York that can be arranged to create expressive faces. By engaging in this activity, children develop the ability to identify and express characteristics of human emotion through the facial expressions they make using the pieces. This activity is beneficial for those struggling to relate to others’ emotions or who have difficulty expressing their feelings. Another great idea for educational gifts for girls!
Women-owned, mother-run, and sustainably sourced, eeBoo is a lifestyle brand that takes pride in useful, beautiful, and well-made educational games, puzzles, and gifts for children and adults. The company offers images that normalize inclusion and encourages empathy across beautiful differences at every developmental level.
Its staff believes that being able to tell a story, express your feelings, and speak up for yourself and others are basic skills that need to be nourished throughout one’s life. eeBoo’s products teach and reinforce these skills while providing opportunities to connect with others.
The company consults with educators, psychologists, writers, artists, parents, and children to develop products. In this open, dynamic process, eeBoo tries to practice the values they espouse, carefully listening to their collaborators and arriving together at the best outcome: products that will engage, delight, challenge, and inform.
Also, eeBoo uses minimal packaging, no plastic components, 90 percent recycled board, and vegetable-based inks. Their products are FSC certified, which confirms to customers that their paper comes from forests managed to preserve biological diversity and benefit the lives of workers and local communities while sustaining economic viability.
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