Christmas Gift Guide Age 3 – 4 years
The heavy handed age where toys need to be sturdy and robust.
Orchard Toys Farmyard Heads & Tails Game
Orchard Toys Farmyard Heads & Tails Game is an easy but fun way to introduce games. Match up the heads and tails of the animals or make up silly new ones.
Augymer Magnetic Building Blocks
Augymer Magnetic Building Blocks – These are great for creating a number of different models including houses and planes using the different coloured shapes.
A Puddle Splashsuit – what kid doesn’t love to jump in puddles. Keep them warm and dry in the range of splashsuits available from Rydale’s. They have elasticated cuffs and hood as well as reflective Hi-Vis piping which is great for this time of year.
BRIO Railway Starter Set
BRIO Railway Starter Set – Both Ryan and Isabelle have played with a wooden train set so this starter set is great to get started with and easy to add to with additional trains and track.
Hape Chef’s Choice Wooden Play Food
Hape Chef’s Choice Wooden Play Food – These foods are stuck together with velcro and can be chopped using the knife which is fab for imaginative play and encourages hand eye co-ordination.
Play-Doh Starter Set
Play-Doh Starter Set – This comes with lots of tools for cutting and rolling and comes with 4 pots of play-doh. My kids have always loved playing with play-doh. The feel of brand new just out of the pot dough is the best. I used to get really stressed out if the colours got mixed up, nut three kids in and I’m totally over it!
Velcro Brand Blocks Construction Triceratops Set
Velcro Brand Blocks Construction Triceratops Set – This set looks like a lot of fun. This 26 piece set will challenge your little one’s problem solving skills. The chunky pieces can be easily stuck together by velcro to make this cool triceratops.
Juno Interactive Baby Elephant
Juno Interactive Baby Elephant – Apart from this baby elephant looking totally adorable and starting off being shy by hiding behind it’s ears it makes lots of cute sounds including songs. She comes with a peanut and a mouse which she interacts with. Just watch out when she decides to sling her peanut at you,
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