If your tween is into the Squishies fad, this DIY set will let them design their own. They'll get a blind bag of 10 Squishies, and they'll get to color them in to make them one-of-a-kind.
Whether your tween's personality most resembles the tongue-out winking emoji, the cry-laughing emoji, or the one wearing cool sunglasses, you can get her a cozy set of footwear that matches.
Your tween can swap out the letters on this LED lightbox, then use the signage to telegraph her mood or make an eye-catching Instagram caption.
You're never too old for Disney fairy tales, so this bag is perfect for your forever princess.
These bracelets look cute, but even better: Kids can use them to learn beginner coding. For example, girls can connect their bracelet to up to eight friends and pick a friendship color; they can then program their bracelets to glow in their friendship color when a friend is nearby.
For serious LEGO builders, this set comes with more than 800 pieces. Assemble 'em to look like Hogwarts, complete with a spiral staircase and a Mirror of Erised.
She can adorn her backpack, jean jacket, hats and shirts with these . Just make sure she knows to ask Mom and Dad before ironing them on.
She's likely been pining after this popular smartphone accessory. It lets her mount her phone upright for hands-free YouTube watching and hold it with one hand for enhanced selfies.
She'll feel some serious mermaid vibes during bath time with this moisturizing bomb. It dissolves into pink, purple, and blue swirls!
Because every middle schooler needs a shiny dinosaur bag to flaunt in the hallways.
No more "Sorry, my phone died!" excuses thanks to this adorable unicorn charger. It's fueled by batteries, so she can use it to power up no matter where she goes.
Perfect for her next slumber party, this game challenges players to decipher phrases by reading their teammates lips, while taking turns wearing noise-cancelling headphones.
This wool-knit blanket will make even her lounge time magical.
This plush toy combines two of her favorite things: donuts and the popular cartoon character Pusheen.
The shimmery unicorn horn and rainbow mane on the hood of this comfy hoodie will give every outfit a magical touch.
$16 and up
Or just deck her out from head to toe — not only is the unicorn onesie super colorful and cute on the outside, but the cozy polyester material will keep her super warm through chilly winter weekends.
She can choose her favorite character to defend the wizarding world from evil forces in this deck-building game inspired by the Boy Who Lived.
These bath bombs are one way to get her excited about chemistry. She'll use a PH scale to balance out the acids and bases, resulting in her own little balls of fizz for bath time.
Dessert has never been so easy. With some adult assistance, she can pour the ice cream base of her dreams over the frozen base. Then, with a few scoops and turns, she'll have the perfect sundae in seconds.
$80 and up
Take a cue from your childhood with these retro roller skates. They'll finally get her off her phone and outdoors.
Be warned: "9" is more than just a number.