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Gifts for April Birthday Kids That'll Make Everyone Else Wish It Was Their Birthday, Too

It’s a fact that moms-to-be try to have kids with April birthdays. We think this list of gifts might have something to do with it.

Megan Baldwin and Sarah Burns

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Kids born in April nailed it. They’re born when Spring is just starting to do its thing, comedy is in season, and PB&J gets celebrated. If that’s not enough, we’ve assembled a list of birthday gifts for these kiddos that will make just about everyone not born in April wish it was their birthday. From pogo sticks to creative kits, here’s what to get your April kid to make them feel special ... and by special we mean, the owner of all things awesome!

Goodnight iPad

A good book makes for a great bedtime routine, especially for natural night-owls like April babies. Help them transition off the tech and power down for the night with a story about unplugging, and recharging for another day filled with the hopes of a new allotment of screentime. Just ten more minutes, okay?

Franklin Sports Runaway Bean Bag Toss

Ready, aim, fire! This lightweight bean bag tossing game is instant backyard fun for all ages. Spoiler alert: The motorized base will be moving from side to side ... catch it if you can!

vTech Kidizoom Smartwatch Dx2

April kids are born to be CEOs (it's a scientific fact, apparently). Give them a head start with this smart watch that looks just like the ones grown ups use. Grab an oat milk latte to go so she isn’t late for her first conference call with the stuffed animals who are angry about not getting premium bedtime placement. Slack notifications not included.

Hape Healthy Fruit

Warmer months mean the return of fruits like strawberries and watermelon at the farmer’s market. Rounded out with an apple, an orange, and a banana, this is a pretty impressive haul! Includes a play knife to slice and dice up a delicious fruit salad – don’t forget to remove the stems!

FlyBar My First Foam Pogo Jumper

Jump up, jump up and get down with this foam pogo stick.  Designed for indoor and outdoor use, this jumping toy is hours of healthy, bouncy fun — perfect for putting a spring in your spring baby’s step. 

Ollyball Ultimate Indoor Playball

Spring is tricky: Energy is high, but the temperatures tend to stay stubbornly low until at least May. Which means you're usually still playing inside...where all the breakable stuff is. Transition from indoor to outdoor play with this safe-for-all spaces ball that absorbs impact — so no windows get broken. 

The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak

April is hilarious, and so is this book! A #1 New York Times bestseller, this wildly funny read-aloud by actor B.J. Novak will turn any reader into a comedian — one page and fart noise at a time!

Pony Cycle

Make your April kiddo's birthday dream come true with this kid-propelled ride-on pony. Forget rocking horses — the PonyCycle allows kids to ride to wherever they want. Just get on, bounce and go!

FCTRY Lemon Kids Umbrella

It’s true what the rhyme says, it can be a little rainy out this time of year – but never fear! You’ll bring a little sunshine wherever you go with this slice of waterproof lemony goodness.

Petit Collage Rush To Recycle Game

Kick off your spring cleaning with a game to set the mood! Can you sort out your plastics, paper goods, glass, and compost? Sounds easy enough, but wait — what’s that? Beep beep! You’d better hurry, because the recycling truck is heading this way!

The Book of Wildly Spectacular Sports Science

Sports and Science don’t seem like they’d play on the same team, but this book proves you can’t have one without the other. Discover the scientific principles of athletic play with 54 fun experiments to try at home and find the answers to sports-fueled questions like: how do bike gears work? How does a black belt in karate chop their way through bricks? How can I get better at sports, without putting in any real practice, or effort, or anything? Okay, that last one’s not in there – this is science, not magic. 

Green Toys Jump Rope

It’s had to improve on a classic, but that’s just what Green Toys did with this jump rope. The handles are made from recycled milk cartons, the rope is 100% cotton – and did I mention this baby is adjustable? Grab this retro favorite, and leap into the future. 

Monopoly Builder

April kids will love flexing their natural business savvy by building up their empire in this high-stakes game of strategy. Finish your penthouse before your fellow real-estate investors do to win, then climb to the top of your tower, and laugh maniacally while you look down on all the people who helped get you there! I mean, uh… accept winning graciously, and challenge them to a rematch.

Gift Republic 30 Day Challenge Happiness Scratch Poster

Scratch your way to a happier mindset with this 30-day challenge. Filled with good vibes, each day reveals a new way to challenge yourself to perform an act of kindness, creativity, or self care and end the month as a happier you.

Andy Warhol Soup Can Paint By Number Kit

Recreate a piece of art history for your room! This foolproof DIY art kit includes the outline of Andy Warhol’s unmistakable Soup Can printed on canvas, plus full instructions, an easel, paints, and all the brushes you’ll need to complete this masterpiece like a pop art pro.

Pipsticks Little Victories Stickers

Even the small things are worth celebrating, and this sticker set totally gets that. Took a nap? Great! Remembered to hydrate? Way to go! Life is busy, and prioritizing ourselves is a hard habit to get into, but remember: You’re doing amazing!

Modern Sprout Glow & Grow Candle Herb Garden

t’s a candle, then it’s a plant, then it’s a tasty fresh herb ready for culinary action. This gift that keeps on giving is the Glow & Grow by the green thumb experts at Modern Sprout. Fortunately, you don’t need a green thumb to start growing your own fresh basil at home – but you will need this kit, and a little bit of water.

The Mandela Effect Game

Intriguing, beguiling, and sometimes totally mind bending, The Mandela Effect is designed to challenge our collective memories. It’s named after the phenomenon of people distinctly remembering Nelson Mandela’s death in the 1980s, even though Mandela didn’t actually die until 2013. Why do so many people remember it differently? The human mind is a strange and marvelous thing. See if you can unlock its mysteries with these 260 revelations that just might blow your mind.

Print Club London x Luckies Screen Printing Kit

Tie dye might have taken over as the current trend, but screenprinting never goes out of style. Design and print your own graphic tees, personalized tote bags, pillows, patches — whatever your heart desires. Update old looks, create new ones, or even combine techniques and bust out those tie dyed duds as a canvas for printing! 

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Updated March 2022