Thank heaven for little girls. They are marvelous and adventurous as they take on the challenges of a world without any limits on what they can accomplish. When you’re looking for toys for 7 year old girls, you’ll find a selection of creative, innovative, thought-provoking choices to delight and amaze her.
Micro Kickboard is now offering the “Micro Maxi Deluxe Kick Scooter” — that’s quite a mouthful. Actually, it’s a super-fun three-wheeled foot-to-ground propelled standing scooter that will bring all the kids to your yard. Adjustable steering handlebar and sturdy construction promise years of mobility for your favorite youngsters.
This classic has important life lessons woven throughout the enchanting tale of a rescued piglet hoping to avert a premature end. E. B. White published “Charlotte’s Web” in 1952, and it has charmed generations of children since then. It’s an ideal gift that encourages youngsters to develop a lifelong love of books.
Anna and Elsa are the coolest of the Disney Princesses, so it’s not surprising that LEGO has a building set based on the popular “Frozen” movie. It’s an ice castle playground and there’s even a snowball catapult. It’s really super chill. Your favorite little princess won’t ever want to “let it go.”
One of the milestones in any girl’s life is receiving real jewelry, not that there’s anything wrong with candy necklaces. Taking a step from “baby” to “young lady” is often marked with precious metal and gemstones. This simple initial pendant is embellished with clear stones and is a gift she will treasure.
Imagination is the fuel for play — it’s how we express our creative nature. So when choosing gifts for youngsters, we want to give them room to explore unlimited possibilities. This adorable castle playhouse is suitable for indoor or outdoor play, perfect for one but large enough for a few close friends.
Offering the most options for video game play: single player, head-to-head, multi-player, or online, the Nintendo Switch is the most versatile system available for private use gaming. Whether your kiddos enjoy playing at home or on the go, this system is ideal for everyone. Parental app keeps parents informed and in control.
Kids today are active, on the go, and technologically savvy. So it makes sense to provide them with a VTech Kidizoom Action Cam. They can snap still photos or take videos of all their adventures, then upload them to share with friends and family around the corner or around the world.
If you have a budding artist in your life, this may be the most fun tool to help them develop the skills and muscle memory to draw freehand. They say practice makes perfect, and Draw Like A Pro projector and drawing kit gives your little Picasso plenty of fun projects to practice.
As a crafter, you know the joy and satisfaction of do-it-yourself projects. This kit from Klutz is designed for kids to create their own mini-erasers in fun colors and suggested designs. Or they can totally go off-book and DIY their own designs. As long as they have the tools, they can create.
Cuddles is one of the most adorable toys for 7 year old girls this side of the Pecos, complete with brushable fur and eyes that open and close. Cuddles expects pampering and shows pleasure with purring and tail-swishing. It’s just like having a real cat with everything but the litter box.
Even today, there are outdated gender stereotypes. This thinking may limit our children’s perception of choices, especially roles for women. Barbie dolls have long promoted a “do-anything” attitude and the Inspiring Women Series emphasizes it. The Amelia Earhart doll reminds us of her free-thinking spirit and belief that the sky’s the limit.
The Osmo Genius Kit is… well, pure genius! And it’s designed to spark enthusiasm for learning by making it fun as well as challenging. Everything but the iPad is included for a variety of games and activities to boost STEAM learning. Fun for one, or up the ante with teamwork and competition.
A perfect alternative to a bicycle or scooter, the Flying Turtle is just as much fun…if not more so! Made in the USA, your daughter can ride this as soon as it’s out of the box, and because there’s no batteries or pedals, it’s super easy to control and she’ll have loads of fun.
If your kiddo has shown an interest in magic, you want a simple magic set to start her off on her magical journey. This kit contains a deck of cards as well as a scarf and wand, and there’s also an included book which contains a short story along with some magical history facts.$25.95
Making sure that our children have a good relationship with their grandparents is important, no matter how far away they are. This letter writing set will get your 7 year old boy motivated to write a letter to Gran and Pops every month, keeping them up to date on everything that’s happening in her life.$30.00
Shopkins are still super popular and this adorable waffle shop set will make the perfect addition to her ever growing collection. With 8 different Shopkins characters and a large waffle maker, she’ll love making up delicious adventures for her new friends to go on.
LEGO is such a fabulous toy because it can help kids build so many skills, such as their imagination and hand eye coordination, as they build up the kits. This cool 7 year old boys toy set builds a jungle rescue scene, complete with two minifigures, baby bear, helicopter, and an off roader vehicle.
There’s no relationship like that between a mother and her baby. Show your little boy just how much she means to you with this adorable plush mother wolf and her pup. In a wintry grey, she can take them everywhere with her and be reminded of how much she means to you.
You can either build this plane with your child or leave her to do it on her own, but however she creates it, she’ll have a great time doing it. With 157 pieces which make up the aircraft, this LEGO kit also comes with a pilot and an airport worker, too.
Perfect for fans of Shopkins, these Shoppies are cute dolls which love the Shopkins characters as much as your little one does. This one is Sara Sushi who just loves hanging out at The Sushi Shack with her besties and, of course, the Shopkins are always there too.
Card games are classic, and us parents would much prefer our children play with a deck of cards than the latest video game, but their hands are often too small to hold the cards. That’s where this holder comes in; it’s perfect for helping little hands hold their cards comfortably.
She might ask for a real pony but if you don’t have the inclination (or money) to buy her one, this Playmobil pony stable set is a perfect substitute. She can look after the horses using the minifigures which come with the set, and feel like she’s finally got her own pony.
With so much focus on the waste that we produce, this eco-friendly craft kit is perfect for young artists to express their creativity without damaging the planet. All of the materials inside are earth friendly so they can stick, cut and draw to their heart’s content.
There is no better way to learn than by getting hands-on and experiencing it for themselves. This real working Roly Poly farm will show your children how these bugs live, by growing and harvesting their own food in order to survive. It’s the perfect science lesson.
In traditional bingo, you have to be the first to get a row of numbers and yell out “Bingo!” In this cool twist on the standard game, the numbers have been replaced by scary, but friendly monsters. It’s a great game for Halloween or just a regular family game night.$20.00
This adorable penguin is bound to become one of your little boys favorites. Cute and fluffy, the majestic Emperor penguin holds its chick between its legs to keep it warm, just like they do in the wild. Standing at 12” tall, it’s the perfect size for night-time cuddles.
Whether she’s always been a fan of Peppa or she enjoys it because her younger sibling does, this Peppa Pig fancy dress party figure set will go down a treat. She’ll get six new figurines to play with, including Peppa herself, all dressed in awesome costumes.
Drawing is a fun pastime for kids and has the potential to develop into artistic ability. The Crayola Light-Up Tracing Pad is a neat way for young artists to practice a variety of techniques by tracing from templates. As they form muscle memory, they can transition from tracing to freehand drawing.
Melissa & Doug toys are fun and provide hidden learning. This 100-piece set features the 3-D Pretty Purple Dollhouse puzzle and accessories for hours of imagination-fueled playing. What your little builders and architects won’t notice is developing hand-eye coordination and understanding spatial relationship. They’ll simply enjoy the fruits of their playtime labor.
Who says science isn’t creative? Or that learning can’t be fun? This kit from Klutz offers the opportunity for some parent-child creative activity with a few science experiments thrown in just for fun. With a few household items and this set, your junior inventor can make soap for gift-giving or personal use.
A gift fit for a princess, this enchanting Princess Castle is actually a 3-D puzzle, complete with furnishings and a tiny princess to take up residence. Some assembly required, which is the beauty of this palace. It’s a fun hands-on experience in connecting the sturdy pieces to create the building and furnishings.
Being a girl means having cool fashion options, like changing your hair color. While salon treatments are not usually recommended for the younger ladies, this fun, non-toxic, and temporary set of hair chalks gives tweens and younger the option for splashes of color and funky highlights. Suitable for all natural hair shades.
This lamp is versatile. Besides illuminating a desk or bedside table, it can be used as a night light, a hanging or carry lamp, or remove the shade to activate a starry sky projector. It’s a nice accent piece for a child’s room and provides just enough light for comfort.
Barbie is a versatile girl. There’s nothing she can’t do, so it’s not a shock she has her own pizza parlor. She’ll ring up your order, then make a pie quick as a cat can wink its eye, slice it and serve it up. She’ll even join you for a pizza party.
Most toys for 7 year old girls are cute. But how many of them are challenging? Encouraging them to ask hard questions and discover amazing principles of science? Scientific Explorer is offering the “My First Mind Blowing Science Kit” with everything for exciting experiments because girls can—and should—do anything they want to.
Kids know it’s not always about how you look, but they agree, it’s fun to look like a cat. Designed especially for kids, and compatible with most modern electronic devices, these cute cat-ear headphones are perfect for traveling, video games, or any other time a kid wants to keep outside noises out.
You’re never going to go wrong when you give a girl jewelry. When that jewelry is an amazing Jewelbot, you’ve hit it out of the park. Besides being fashion forward with two different colored straps, Jewelbots are designed to help kids learn coding and connect with their coding friends and their Jewelbots.
One thing kids do exceedingly well is ask questions. Finding answers enhances understanding and develops more complex questions. This light-up terrarium is a fun project that helps youngsters understand how and why plants grow and what makes them important to sustaining life. Everything is included for an amazing adventure with plants.
Admit it, the internet is amazing. You can literally find or learn anything online. But computers can’t replace creativity or develop crafting skills. Those are still totally old-school and shouldn’t be forgotten. This set has everything a kid needs to learn how to create beaded jewelry pieces to give, trade, or wear.
The Ramona Collection of four volumes is a fun and exciting set for younger readers. The author was inspired to write books kids were able to relate to and penned “Ramona and Beezus” in 1955. The tales of the feisty 8-year-old and her adventures are still delightful for today’s youngsters.
DIY and fashion have always been a good combination. Creating a unique style or setting a trend begins with a single idea. This adorable DIY Headband set from Joyin is a great starter set to design and decorate a dozen headbands. Who knows where it can lead? Perfect for junior fashionistas.
Splatoon 2 is a crazy, ink-splatting game that makes having a Nintendo Switch even more fun. New splat weapons join forces with favorite characters and enhanced maneuvering for a greater challenge. Perfect for a single player honing their skills in preparation for a bigger battle with friends and frenemies.
L.O.L. Surprise! Confetti Pop is a gift grab bag with a fun confetti cannon effect, like a pinata with a doll and accessories inside. Put them back in and pop it again. This is one of those fads that’s sweet and collectible, so you’ll want to find all of them.
Connect 4 is like tic-tac-toe 2.0. You may even have played it in your youth. It’s old school, it’s fun, and it’s challenging. Getting four in a row before the other guy does is not as easy as it sounds. Kids learn to block defensively while deploying clever strategy to win.
Normally, you wouldn’t look for “stress reliever” when shopping for toys for 7 year old girls. These adorable squishy toys are like the adult-sized items you’ve seen marketed to “relieve stress” or prevent repetitive stress injury. But smaller. In addition to being cute, these are just the right size for youngsters’ hands.
Growing butterflies seems like a mighty big task. You can go outside and see caterpillars, but before you know it, you have butterflies. What happens in between? The Butterfly Garden reusable habitat gives your kiddo the chance to witness all stages of the transformation. Live caterpillars shipped separately, voucher included.
Science is fascinating. Seriously, how do you create a chemical reaction to grow crystals? This kit has everything a girl could want to perform seven different experiments and grow display-worthy crystals (display cases included). Future geologists will find it satisfying and little fashionistas may learn where diamonds come from.
Art will always be in style. This kit introduces new creative mediums, in this case, a dozen suncatchers. Kids can take their newly-acquired skills to trace window clings, and finally draw freehand designs to paint. Arrange the pieces into fun scenes in any window, then change them around for a new story.
What a great idea for party favors. It’s a reusable water bottle to keep plastics out of the landfill, that each girl can decorate with markers and gemstones to be a true one-of-a-kind design. You’ll be everyone’s favorite grown-up when you’re teaching kids to be eco-friendly and creative at the same time.
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Encouraging kids to keep a journal has the potential for so many rewards. Buying expensive notebooks? Not so much. This clever do-it-yourself tutorial gives you step-by-step instructions and inspiration to create personalized journals for less than the stationery stores records. They’re perfect for kids to make for themselves or for gift-giving.
Girls of all ages love feeling pretty and headbands are a fun way to accomplish that goal. This tutorial shows you a great way to craft adorable fabric flower headbands for all the girls in your life, or to spend some quality time with a special one getting your DIY creativity on.
“Mary, Mary quite contrary” may have been fickle company, but everyone agrees, she was a good gardener. One wonders at what age she started developing her green thumb. Your kiddos won’t start gardening any younger. This DIY garden starter set is an ideal way to encourage them to get out and grow.
Put new life into your old dishtowels with this awesome apron tutorial. Your little chef can use her new apron for baking in the kitchen with you, or even add it to her dressing up box to use when she’s pretending to cook up a storm in her toy kitchen.
Parents have a love/hate relationship with playdough; it’s great fun, but once it gets mixed together or trodden into the carpet…not so much. Make your own at home with this tutorial which shows you how to produce magical glittery dough, and when it gets messy, just throw it away and make some more.
Toilet paper holders can be put to good use with this DIY project. Follow the instructions in this tutorial and you’ll be able to make your kids their own knitting looms, which they’ll be able to use to create some amazing woollen creations, like scarves or mini blankets.
Making sure that our children are occupied when we’re out is a top priority; talking down a bored child who’s throwing a tantrum is never fun. But with this DIY traveling dollhouse made out of an old lunchbox, you’ll never have a bored daughter again.
With the printable dominoes which you can find within this tutorial, you’ll always have a fun rainy day activity. Instead of using numbers, these ones use shapes so they seem much more fun than the traditional type, and if a card gets lost, you can simply print out another one!