Are your kids raving Minecraft fans and you need a few Minecraft gift ideas? Here’s our list of the top 19 best Minecraft gifts for kids.
19 Coolest Minecraft Gifts for Kids
Just about every kid I know who’s at least 7 years old and up to age 13 is, or was recently, totally obsessed with Minecraft.
It took me a while to get it, but I can now see the appeal, and I love watching my daughter build her worlds. Over the years, she’s collected her share of Minecraft fan gear and accessories, so I have some experience with the types of gifts that a Minecraft fan will appreciate.
Both of my daughters have been fans at some point (one has outgrown it) so I’ve made sure to include Minecraft gift ideas for girls and boys.
Here are 19 gift ideas you can’t go wrong with, starting with my favorite: gifts under $20!
Minecraft Gifts Under $20
At the time of this writing, all of these Minecraft toys and accessories were priced less than $20 on Amazon. Prices often fluctuate, however, so there may occasionally be a discrepancy. (This post contains affiliate links which means I may earn some money if you make a purchase).
Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: These books are a must-have addition to your kids library, especially if they’re into Minecraft. My daughter loves reading and devoured this series. But, the books are light, easy to ready, and funny making them good for reluctant readers as well. Find it here.
Minifigures: These tiny Minecraft figures are so much fun for kids to collect. They’ll be on the lookout for new additions to add, and will enjoy creating their own worlds with their favorite characters .
Minecraft Comic Maker Studio: This creative storytelling kit comes with scenery and a Minecraft minifgure for kids to create their own comics with the free Comic Maker for Minecraft app. Find it here.
Uno Game (Minecraft Themed): I love Uno because it’s simple enough for young kids to play, and kids tend to enjoy playing it as much as adults (which is a huge bonus!). This special Minecraft Uno is played just like the original, but has one little twist. There is a Minecraft Creeper card with it’s own special rule! Check it out here.
Plush Creeper Throw Blanket: My kids can never have enough soft blankets. They bring them to the couch for snuggling, and take them on long car trips and sleepovers. This soft Minecraft blanket is an affordable gift that will be well loved by its recipient. Find it here.
Minecraft Gifts under $50
Some of these Minecraft gifts for kids are just slightly over $20, so they didn’t make the cut. But, you’ll be happy to know that the rest of the gift ideas that made the list are all less than $50! So if you’re looking for something a little more substantial for a special occasion, keep scrolling through the list.
Lego Minecraft The Nether Portal: Why not combine two popular building activities into one. This particular Lego set is probably the best one in the Minecraft series. It has 470 pieces and includes 5 minifigures! It’s fun to build and play with and your Lego-loving Minecraft fan will love it. Find it here.
Minecraft Fidget Cube: This is a fun little fidget cube for kids who like to keep their hands occupied. It’s a little on the pricey side, though, for what it is. So, I only recommend this toy if you know your child uses fidget toys. Find it here.
Minecraft Sleepover Set: Kids this age are often going on their first sleepovers at friends homes, which makes this the perfect gift for a Minecraft loving kid. They’ll be so excited to sleep in their Minecraft sleeping bag with pillow and eye mask. They’ll probably want to sleep in it at home, too! Find it here.
Creeper Hoodie with Mask: This Creeper hoodie zips all the way up to the top of the hood and has a mesh mask covering the face. It’s a little creepy. But it’s also a big hit with the kids. Find it here.
Ravensburger Minecraft Board Game: I have not played this game yet, but we might add it to our list of family games to get. It’s a strategy game that is best for kids that are 10 years old and up. Find it here.
Which Minecraft Gift Ideas Are Right for Your Kids?
Most of these toys are good for *any* person who’s really into Minecraft. But definitely keep your kid’s personality in mind. If they don’t like playing with Lego, chances are they might not play with Minecraft Lego either. If they aren’t into card games or board games, go with something a little more active. For example, the sword and the flashlight lend themselves very well to pretend play.
I hope you found the perfect gift for your kid who loves Minecraft!