5 Holiday Gift Ideas for Left-Handed Children
Are you raising a left-handed child? No worries. With approximately 10% of the population being left-handed (including President Obama and many former presidents), more and more products are being made to accommodate the needs of left-handed individuals.
Back when I was growing up, there was maybe one kid in my class every year that was left-handed. I distinctly remember that they were encouraged to write with their right hands. To my knowledge, there weren’t any left-handed products to meet their needs, so they really had no other options but to use their right hands.
With a lot of research being done on left-handedness, more companies are seeing that there is a demand for left-handed products. If you go to Amazon and search “left-handed,” everything from knives to guitars show up on the list.
If your looking to buy a gift for a left-handed child this holiday season, I have five gift ideas for you: MySpoon Left Handed Toddler Spoon – A perfect little spoon with the perfect amount of curve to help your child with self-feeding. With less mess and more confidence in your child, this spoon is a definite winner. Priced at $4.99.
Musician Novice Classical Guitar (Left Handed Model, 3/4 Size) – Do you have a musical genius? If your left-handed child wants to learn how to play the guitar, this is great for them. The 3/4 size is recommended for children ages 9 and 10 years old. Not only is it perfectly sized, the nylon strings make for an easier learning experience (they don’t have to put too much pressure on their fingers). On sale for $79, it’s 47% off the regular list price. Plus, you get a free Cherub Guitar Tuner, valued at $26.50.