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Birthday Gifts for Kids

If you can't be there to wish the kid in your life a happy birthday, send your birthday wishes with a gift from our collection of birthday gifts for kids. You'll find adorable teddy bears, cute birthday flowers, and sweets so amazing they'll be thanking you for months. There's no better way to wish a kid a happy birthday than with a gift from 1-800-FLOWERS.COM.

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Lotsa Love® Birthday
from $29.99
Party Pooch™
from $59.99
Happy Birthday Assorted Roses, 12-24 Stems
$34.99 - $72.99
SALE  $29.99 - $67.99
Purrfect Party Cat™
from $59.99
Hello Kitty Gift Set
from $39.99
Happy Birthday Confetti Bouquet
from $34.99
It’s Party Time™
from $54.99
Birthday Wishes Flower Cake™ Pastel
from $39.99
Sweet Puppy
from $19.99
Cheryl's Hip Hip Hooray Birthday In A Box
from $29.99
The Popcorn Factory Smiley Face 6 Tier Tower
from $59.00
Personalized Happy Birthday Animated Bear by Gund®
from $49.99
Birthday Wishes Flower Cake™ Yellow
from $39.99
a-DOG-able® for Fall
from $59.99
“Celebrate the Day” Present Bouquet
from $49.99
Personalized Tommy Teddy “Celebrate!”
from $39.99
Popcorn Factory Big Birthday Deluxe Snack Tin
from $79.00
Fields of Europe™ Happy Birthday
from $44.99
Personalized Rocking Chair for Boy or Girl
from $119.99
Animated Mother Goose Storyteller
from $39.99
Animated ABC Charlie Learning Gift Set
from $29.99
Another Year Rover™
from $59.99
Birthday Surprise
$19.99 - $37.99
SALE  $19.99 - $32.29
Happy Birthday Bundle
from $29.99
Birthday Wishes Flower Cake™ Purple
from $39.99
a-DOG-able® in a Basket Birthday
from $64.99
Personalized Piggy Bank
from $29.99
Happy Birthday Fresh Fruit & Sweets Tower
from $49.99
Melissa & Doug® Learn to Play Piano
from $69.99
Fabulous Feline™
from $54.99
Birthday Beary™
from $79.99
Whale Splash Party Hooded Towel & Bath Toys Set
$59.99 - $74.99
SALE  $49.99 - $64.99
Butterfly Splash Party Hooded Towel & Bath Toys
$59.99
SALE  $49.99
Reed & Barton Sweet Dreams Waterglobe
from $64.99
Fields of Europe™ for Fall
from $39.99
Honey Bee™
from $59.99
Personalized Toy Caddy Gift Set
from $44.99
Jelly Belly® 40 Flavor Assortment Gift Box
from $24.99
Bearington® Birthday Bear with Cheryl's Cookies
from $19.99
Reed & Barton® Happy Birthday Water Globe
from $64.99
Personalized GUND® Purse Playset
from $39.99
Personalized GUND® Toolbox Playset
from $39.99
Twilight Turtle
from $39.99
Lucky Ladybug Gerbera Daisy
from $29.99
Animated Birthday Cupcake with Cheryl's Cookies
from $29.99
Junior's Happy Birthday Devil's Food Cheesecake
from $59.99
The Popcorn Factory Big Birthday Tower
from $59.00
Happy Birthday Decorated Pretzels Box
from $24.99
You Take the Cake! Happy Birthday Cookies Jar
from $19.99
Personalized Rocket Ship Pillowcase & Nightlight
from $29.99
Personalized Princess Pillowcase & Nightlight
from $29.99
Bearington® Teddy Bear Baby Mat and Snuggler
from $49.99
Personalized Gund® Peek A Boo Bear
from $39.99
Festive Fall Pumpkin Hayride
from $39.99
Happy Daisy
from $29.99
Personalized Puppy and Blanket- Pink or Blue
from $39.99
Bearington® Animated Personalized Elephant
from $39.99
Magical Tooth Fairy Door
from $39.99
Cheryl's Hip Hip Hooray Birthday Gift Pail
from $29.99
It's Party Time! Birthday Cookies in a Can
from $19.99
Birthday Presents Sweets Tower
$39.99
SALE  $34.99
Personalized Rocking Horse Gift Set
from $109.99
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Children’s Birthday Party Q&A

Q: My son Jake, who’s seven, just told me that he "hates" a classmate whom we’ve invited to his birthday party. Jake says this child is a bully and mean to everybody. Is there a way to take back our invitation?

A: No. Once given, an invitation cannot be retracted – unless the party is cancelled. Constant adult supervision will be the duty of the day. Before the party, talk to your son about his duties as host and encourage him to be polite to the boy. This boy may be a wonderful party guest – only time and good manners will tell

Q: My five-year old has been invited to her first big birthday party. How should I prepare her?

A: She’ll have a wonderful time if you help her to do the following:

  • Have her arrive on time.
  • Teach her how to greet the host and host parents courteously.
  • Tell her to respect the host’s home: no climbing on furniture, talking back to adults, wrestling, trespassing in off-limits places.
  • Make sure she knows to accept the food that is served. If she doesn’t like hot dogs or vanilla cake, she can still accept them and take a polite bit or two. If she has a very strong food aversion or allergy, she can simply say "No thank you."
  • She should participate in all games and activities. Talk to her about being a good sport. If for some reason she can’t participate in an activity, she should be an enthusiastic spectator.
  • Remind her to thank the host and host parents when she is leaving.
  • And as for you, the parent, make sure to pick your child up on time

Q: I’m so busy. It seems like these children’s birthday parties just pop up out of nowhere and I have no time to buy a gift for my child to bring. Is cash in an envelope ok?

A: It’s important to consider the wishes of the parents and the norm among the child’s peers. Gifts of money may disappoint young children who would rather get games and toys. However, middle-schoolers and teenagers would probably be thrilled with cash on the barrelhead. So, consider your audience. Tip: Keep a few age-appropriate gifts on hand so that you don’t have to run out at the last minute.

Q: Help! Sweet-sixteen birthday parties seem to be on par with an upscale wedding receptions these days. My daughter watches a show about these parties on MTV and always says that she wants her sixteenth to be “like that.” What should I do

A: Sounds like you need to provide a cushion for her fall. Sixteen is old enough to be mature about money constraints and family ethics. Talk to her about what would be special to her. She will probably say something like, “I want all my friends there and we have to have non-stop pizza and a DJ.” That might be do-able; and if not, you’ll have to negotiate from there. Let her make some of the phone calls to get pricing information, availability, etc. Make sure she understands the budget. If you want to throw a surprise party, have her best friends help you out so you can make sure to have some elements that she will really be thrilled with – if not the 20 passenger Hummer H2 with plasma TV and disco ball

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