Ditch The Screens With This Tech-Free Gift Guide For Kids

Take a break from technology this holiday season.

The holidays are here again, which means it's time for parents to start thinking about gifts for their kids. If you want to ditch the latest gadgets and go tech-free this year, we've got you covered.

In a list that proves the holidays can still be magical without screens or technology, we've rounded up some classic toys, a couple best-selling books and more. Here are 14 tech-free gifts for kids.

All prices reflect what was advertised at press time.

Pie Face Game
Fun for the whole family. ($14.88, Walmart)
Illustrated Edition of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
Relive the magic this holiday season. (New and used in stock starting at $27.53, Amazon)
Go, Speedster Racer, Go!
The Land of Nod
For little ones who want to scoot around in style. ($119, The Land of Nod)
Baden Color Your Own Soccer Ball
For the art and sports lover in your home. ($13.79, Amazon)
Superhero Capes
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A perfect way to boost your kid's imagination. (Prices vary, Etsy/Lovelane Designs)
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" Action Figures
Toys "R" Us
To celebrate the franchise's latest film. ($8.99, Toys "R" Us)
Pacific Play Tents Parachute
This gym class favorite is the perfect old school gift. ($22.08, Amazon)
"The Day the Crayons Came Home"
This New York Times best-selling book is a follow-up to 2013's "The Day the Crayons Quit." (New and used in stock starting at $9.42, Amazon)
Dinosaur Crayons
These aren't your typical crayons. ($10, Etsy/earthgrowncrayons)
Radio Flyer My 1st Scooter Sport
Radio Flyer
Every kid has to start somewhere. ($34.99, Radio Flyer)
Backyard Safari Magnifying Glass
Alex Brands
Turn a day in the backyard into a day of discovery. ($9.99, Alex Brands)
Lincoln Logs 100th Anniversary Tin
You can't go wrong with a holiday classic. ($44.99, Kmart)
chickaDEE Magazine
This educational magazine is made for kids ages 6 to 9. (about $26, Owlkids)
The Original Spirograph Design Set
Fat Brain Toys
For kids who want to get creative over the holidays. ($14.99, Fat Brain Toys)

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