Help kids increase their vocabulary while competing against friends with Bananagrams' new Zip It ($15), which can easily be taken on the road. Whether used for fun, or for spying on older tots, the Spy Video Trakr ($100) sends live digital audio and video back to its color remote control. Lego's new line of board games, including Creationary ($27), invites players to build vehicles, buildings, nature or things as they make their way through the game. Encourage them to make music after building their own ukulele ($40). The Discovery Deluxe Pottery Wheel ($50) allows tots to create a year's worth of gifts with its rotating wheel and foot pedal.
Second graders are an active bunch so give them items that will keep them stationary! From games that will bring the whole family to the table to a pottery wheel that allows kids to make things for others, these presents will channel lil ones' energy.