Skip Nav
Pregnancy
100 Baby Names You've Never Heard of but Are Going to Want to Use
Food and Fun
11 Easy 20-Minute Dinners For the Busy Mama
Valentine's Day
A Heart Braid Is a Sweet Valentine's Day Hairdo

The 12 Ages of Christmas: 5-Year-Olds

Instead of the 12 days of Christmas, we're celebrating the ages and the toys that go along with them. Keep an eye out for your age group as we tick along throughout the season!

On the fifth day of Christmas, yours truly gave to thee... a wooden counting tree kit ($65)! What does leftover wood plus a deck of cards equal? A sustainable learning toy. Tots who enjoy stacking up and knocking down will be fascinated by this learning game that is made from logs and tree bits. Youngsters will gain knowledge in counting, adding, subtracting and other mathematical skills all while having fun doing it. Pull the dice and deck of 96 educational cards out of the canvas tote and turn a lesson into an entertaining experience. A roll of the dice and challenges adds up to one good time and bulked up brainpower.

Check out what we suggest for the other ages of Christmas!

Around The Web
Carry On Packing Tips
Winter Travel Destinations
Gordon Ramsay Beef Wellington Recipe
Sherlock Holmes Gifts
Season Premiere Pictures 2013
Romantic Gifts For Boyfriends
Child Crossing Street Without Adult

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
xlove33 xlove33 6 years
really this is ALL that is recommended for age 5? it looks boring.
Latest Moms
X