Story Cubes - Hone Your Imagination!!

Roll the picture cubes & make up a story - imaginative fun.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do 12 year old girls like?

With many changes on the horizon, 12 year old girls are independent thinkers and enjoy exploring their own choices with sports, hobbies and interests. It is a time of building a strong identity, with most kids this age enjoying gadgets, jewelry and trinkets that reflect this.

What do I get a 12 year old girl for Christmas?

Check out the Juicy Couture DIY Chain and Charm Bracelet Kit for a great Christmas present for your tween! This fabulous creative set allows the lucky owner to make 12 pieces of glamorous jewelry!

What gifts for 12 year old girls can I buy?

A tweens bedroom is her castle and when it comes to gifts, funky lights and decor are a great idea. Our Origami Flower Lights, the light up Neon Effect Message Frame and color changing Jellyfish Lamp are the perfect additions to any bedroom!

What to get for a 12 year old birthday girl?

12 year old girls are sociable in nature and love to spend time with their friends and family. Check out the brilliant Beat That! - Battle of Wacky Challenges. Compete with friends and family to complete a series of bonkers challenges with seemingly random objects!

What to get a 12 year old girl for Easter?

Easter is a time for growth. Give the gift of growing - with the mesmerizing Crystal Hedgehog in either pink, blue or green. Or for a different kind of growth - why not gift the Burn After Writing - Interactive Book - a great way to record the epic teenage journey of self-discovery.


This is it - the last year before she's a teenager. 12 is a milestone year for a number of reasons, so help her make the most of it!

Teenage emotions are a wild ride, and you'll get a taste of them this year. Prepare for high highs and low lows - every victory is the best day ever, and any setback, no matter how minor, is worthy of a Shakespearean tragedy. (But she'll probably study Hamlet in high school, so this is just practice.) At 12, she'll still love the important adults in her life - she'll just want nothing to do with them!

While there will be moments this year when she acts like the young child you've always known, she's also growing into a young adult. This is a developmental stage where kids start finding leadership skills. Allow her to be involved in decision-making at home, and encourage her participation in community or school activities. She'll be happier and more confident when she feels she has a say in things.

But ultimately, she's just 12 - she's still figuring out who she is as a person. She's beginning to question the beliefs and values she grew up with. And there may be some big changes coming up. Is she a fast food fanatic who can't get enough of Big Macs? Try not to be too surprised if she becomes a loud and proud vegetarian overnight! Her beliefs may be different than yours, but she's carving out her own path in life. Encourage her to explore her interests - or as Shakespeare put it, "to thine own self be true". (Anything to help her get a headstart on Hamlet!)