There is one thing that is certain in this house when it comes to gift giving.
If it involves sports, sports gear, sports teams, pictures of sports gear, or just simply has the words sports in it, my son will love it.
Ping-pong…(is that even a sport?)
It doesn’t matter.
If it can even remotely be called a sport, he is interested.
Which is pretty helpful when it comes to gift giving. You really can’t go wrong. I remember two years in a row he received the exact same Chicago Bears track suit and was just excited the second time because it was a bigger size than the one he had received the previous year.
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One great gift idea for your favorite young sports fan is Sports Illustrated Kids magazine. The magazine is filled with news about their favorite players, photos, games, activities, humor and best of all, stories about extraordinary kids who inspire and are inspired by staying fit and active. Sports Illustrated Kids magazine is for boys and girls of all ages who love sports.
The first subscription (you get it in print and on your tablet) is $19.95 and you get a second subscription for only $5.
Five Reason Sports Illustrated Kids makes a great gift
- It’s affordable – you can get 2 subscriptions for $24.95.
- It makes a great stocking stuffer, and you can never have too many of those.
- It keeps on giving. with a new issue every month for the entire year.
- It helps get kids reading!
- It doesn’t take batteries.
Do you have a young sports fan on your shopping list this year?