Christmas Gift Guide 1 – 2 year Olds
Now that they’re on the move the choice in gift increases and WHEELS. All manner of push, pull and ride on toy becomes top of the list not to mention the size of the toys. Here are some great ideas:
I’d love to know what you’re buying your little ones this Christmas. Leave me a comment x
Stickle Bricks – These are great for clumsy baby or toddler hands and really easy to stick together. Freddie plays with his for ages!
Hape Early Melodies Pound & Tap Bench
Hape Early Melodies Pound & Tap Bench – Use the hammer to pop the balls through the holes and play a tinkly tune on the xylophone. This wooden toy is nice and sturdy and provides loads of fun.
Vtech Learn & Dance Dino
Vtech Learn & Dance Dino – Use the shape sorting pieces to make the dinosaur dance and play music which can be stored in the dinosaur egg. This looks like a lot of fun. Freddie loves music and dancing so we can’t wait to see what he thinks of this.
My First Totem
My First Totem from Gifts for Little Hands – Freddie loves to build so this set is perfect for developing his hand eye coordination and has lots of sensory features including textures, shapes and sounds. Your baby can create their own combinations as well as following the 24 challenge cards.
Pyramid 3 in 1 Pre-school Toy
Pyramid 3 in 1 Pre-school Toy – Sticking with the building theme this 3 in 1 toy is slightly more challenging for little hands with three different shaped pyramids to achieve. This one is made from hardwearing chunky wooden pieces in bright colours and can be used to help with counting as they get older.
Melissa & Doug Wooden Latches Board
Melissa & Doug Wooden Latches Board – If your little one loves nothing more than fiddling with plug sockets and other things that they shouldn’t ten they will love this board. There are six different latches for them to work out and open to find a farmyard animal. After a while change it up by adding your own pictures behind the doors.
Smartrike Smartfold – Isabelle had her first Smartrike for her first birthday and we got such a lot of use out of it. However, we’re really struggling for space at the moment so this foldable one looks ideal, and i really like the look of the pram style handle.
Tidlo Wooden Fruit Salad Play Food
Tidlo Wooden Fruit Salad Play Food Set – Freddie inherited Isabelle’s wooden kitchen and loves nothing more than bashing pots and pans about so these wooden fruits will be great to add to his collection.
I’d love to know what you’re buying your little ones this Christmas. Leave me a comment below.
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