If you’re making a list and checking it twice to make sure everyone is covered this Christmas morning, let me share with you something I learned when I visited the CVS/pharmacy headquarters this past fall: CVS has great gifts for kids! In addition to the convenience you can find at your local CVS/pharmacy for health and pharmaceutical items (plus don’t forget you can also find plenty of beauty and everyday household and food products as well), you can also find many kids’ toys and Christmas gift ideas!
Here is just a quick sampling of some of the wonderful items you can find at your neighborhood CVS store.
5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids You Can Find at CVS/pharmacy
Disney Talk ‘n View Play Camera
The Disney Talk ‘n View Play Camera comes with a flash and camera sounds and you can see princess images through the viewfinder. Plus just press the shutter button to hear phrases! Ages 3 & up.
Hot Wheels Crash Curve
Hot Wheels always turns the heads of a couple of boys I know! The Crash Curve comes with one vehicle.
Sometimes we get blinded by all the flashy new stuff available each year, but sometimes old-school is best. There’s nothing like a Duncan Yo-Yo for providing hours of wholesome play and for only $3.99 this makes a great stocking stuffer!
Fisher-Price Bat ‘n Wobble Ball
The folks at Fisher-Price know what makes kids tick. Help babies develop those motor skills with this exciting Bat ‘n Wobble Ball toy that makes music, sounds, and has dancing lights.
Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker
Want to thrill your kids on Christmas morning? Make them perfect Mickey Mouse waffles for breakfast to celebrate the special occasion! Look for the Disney Mickey Mouse Waffle Maker this Sunday the 15th in your CVS Weekly Ad!
Don’t forget to get your coupons from the CVS ExtraCare Coupon Center as soon as you get to the store and scan your ExtraCare card upon checkout to earn ExtraBucks on all the holiday gifts you purchased!
What other great holiday gift ideas for kids have you found at your local CVS/pharmacy store?
Disclosure: I was provided with a paid trip to the CVS/pharmacy headquarters to learn about their holiday offerings and company initiatives. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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