Whether you’re a well-seasoned Pokémon Trainer or you’re totally new to the franchise, Pokémon fever is back and it’s not going anywhere.
Thanks to the release of Pokémon Go and the indisputable success of the live-action film “Detective Pikachu”, the Pokémon Empire knows how to keep fans hooked and obsessed even after 25 years.
With an extensive universe that stretches across video games, movies, trading cards, collectibles, and even beauty, it can be challenging to find the best Pokemon gifts for 10 year olds.
So if you’re shopping for someone who’s obsessed with all things Pokémon, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the coolest gifts that will put a smile on the special Pokémon trainer in your life.
Also, be sure to check out all of our unique gifts for kids for more ideas.
Sometimes, the most simple gifts are the most epic ones! Give the young trainer in your life the gift of coziness with this giant Snorlax bean bag cover. It comes in two sizes (150 cm and 200 cm), but it’s a lot bigger than it looks in the pictures. The filling is sold separately, but once it’s filled, it’ll make a great addition to any bedroom or living room.
Ready to take breakfast to the next level? Then forget about boring cereal bowls and dry toast. This Pokeball Waffle Maker will make any Pokémon lover jump out of bed! This must-have waffle maker makes crispy, golden-brown waffles shaped like Pokeballs that are guaranteed to impress. So be sure to be on your young trainer’s nice list so you can score a few bites!
There are one too many night lamps floating around the Pokémon universe. But they tend to be too plasticky and poorly made.
But this Pokémon crystal ball night light by Kaitnax is so cute, it’ll make any Pokémon fan SWOON. It comes with a unique 3D design that projects your favorite Pokémon inside the crystal ball, making it the perfect desk or night table decoration. There are 7 color displays that switch from red, green, blue, yellow, and purple to create a different ambiance.
Pokemon Gift Box
This Pokémon gift box from Etsy is the perfect gift for your tiny geek. Each box is loaded with awesome goodies like a sealed booster pack of Pokémon cards, two Pokémon notebooks, a variety of Korean and Japanese sweets, and four official Pokémon card sleeves to protect their cards. On top of that, there’s a personalized message on the front that puts that extra personal touch.
Your Pet as a Pokemon Card
Turn your furry friend into a legendary Pokémon monster with these personalized pet Pokémon cards from WildPetsCreations.
Essentially, the artist designs a cartoon version of your pet and places it on a Pokémon card which can be entirely customized, from the type of Pokemon, the name and description, to the cost, damage, and so much more! Write a few sentences and the designer will display the message as the card flavor. Is this the definition of cute or what?
Let the little chef in the family bring some Pokémon magic to the kitchen with this Pikachu silicone tray. Make cake pops, cupcakes, chocolates, Jell-O, and all kinds of baked goods.
And if your kid loves making crafts, we’ve got good news! Silicone molds can also be used to make ice cubes, soaps, crayons, and handmade soaps.
This Pokémon Terrarium is perfectly sized to fit on a nightstand. A must-have for any Poke-fan with a green thumb, the terrariums come with 8 different light settings, a remote control, and spot-on figurines of Pikachu, Squirtle, Charmander, Eevee, and Bulbasaur. Their face will instantly light up when they open up their present!
Family game night just got a whole lot cooler with the Pokémon Monopoly Kanto Edition. Instead of the traditional hotels and properties you’d find in Monopoly, there are Poke centers and Poke marts.
The game features 6 metal figurines of your favorite Pokémon like Charmander, Pikachu, and Eevee. Whether you play with friends or family, Pokémon Monopoly is a fun twist on the classic board game we know and love.
The Jumbo Eevee Construction set comes with over 800 pieces and a super clear manual that helps the kiddos build their own Eevee. Once the Eevee is assembled, it can be bent into different positions, making it a cute collectible item to put on display.
This toy allows young Pokémon trainers to get creative while developing problem-solving skills. The recommended age is 10, which is perfect! Kids will enjoy building their own Eevee with a little supervision from their parents.
Which gift idea is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!