Shopping for a toddler gift? Read on for a list of great gifts for toddlers and find the perfect present for the toddler on your shopping list. Toddler Christmas gifts, Hanukkah gifts, birthday gifts, and more.
Cute outfits. Colorful toys. Fun characters.
Toddlers and preschoolers are a lot of fun to buy gifts for.
But with the huge variety of toddler toys out there, it is easy to get overwhelmed.
I am here to help you narrow down your toddler gift search.
Finding the best gifts for toddlers is especially important for me since I am a toddler mom myself.
Plus, when looking for the top toddler gift ideas, it helps that I have a little product tester right at home.
I have found out the tough way that many of the toys out there just don’t hold my son’s interest for longer than 30 seconds. I am here to help save you from wasting your money on stuff like that.
All of my toddler son’s favorite toys and books are on this list.
We were so excited to have been gifted many of these products by the companies that made them so that we could try them and share them with you here today.
I also included some products that I, as a toddler parent, plan on giving my son this year for Christmas.
So if you are on the search for the top toddler gift ideas for birthdays, Christmas, or whenever — you have come to the right place!
A multi award-winning all-in-one learning kit for toddlers 18 months+. Requiring no screens, the kit has everything to give your toddler a head start and teach the basics. Teach My Toddler is divided into four sections; The Alphabet, Numbers, Shapes and Colors.
Pumping up these Zoomigos™ is as easy as 1-2-3 for your little one and the most unique part is that their see-through legs give inquisitive kids a deeper look at how it all works when they push down on their friends! Simply pump and place one of the six adorable Zoomigos™ inside their Zoomer (i.e. vehicle!) and watch them move for hours of unplugged, kid-powered play.
This portable racetrack and train table makes a great gift for “on-the-go” fun wherever little drivers want to play. One side features a race car track with obstacles and the other side features a figure 8 track for toy trains. When the kids are done playing, the lightweight, slim track table can be slipped away under a bed or in the closet for storage.
My First Match It Game puzzle sets are a great way to introduce your toddler to jigsaw puzzles.
The sets are available in different themes such as Things I Eat (pictured), Colors & Shapes, and Things That Go.
Gift the gift of learning to read with this terrific learning kit that includes 12 Bob Books, 20 hands-on learning activities Versatile workbook, and 1 Versatile answer case. All of the essentials needed to start learning to read in one box!
Who's hungry? These monsters are! Your child can count and use the magnetic wand to safely feed the monsters while practicing number skills. Safe, magnetic, learning fun with silly monsters! Promotes fine motor skills and number awareness.
An extra-large sticker activity pad with 5 colorful backgrounds and 150-plus repositionable stickers.
My son has played with these stickers nearly every day for the past 5+ months. He absolutely adores them.
Plus, I can vouch that they are easy to remove and reposition -- so no worries there!
My son was gifted this 4-piece kids cleaning set and he loves it. So does mommy! He loves to help me clean and is learning some responsibility by helping me sweep up messes he makes with the dustpan.
Toddlers will love matching the shapes of the blocks to the door in this shape sorter house. Then for more fun, they get to unlock the doors with the bright-colored key and start all over again!
It seems that kids can never have enough toy cars and trucks! This set has 4 great constructions vehicles for kids to play with: a Tractor, Bulldozer, Cement Mixer Truck, and Dump Truck.
Sandra Boynton is my 2-year-old's favorite author. He loves to sit down with me and read these board books together. This set contains 4 of Boynton's wonderful books, including my son's absolute favorite book ever: But Not the Hippopotamus.
Soft, cotton pajamas are always a welcomed gift for toddlers. This 4-piece pajama set is super cute and surprisingly low-priced! Perfect for girls or boys!
Little ones will love exploring this award-winning playhouse from Fisher-Price. The interactive home helps introduce numbers, shapes, colors, counting, weather, opposites, and more. To be honest, my favorite thing about this playhouse is the size -- it is small enough to fit in almost any room!
This brightly colored bowling set makes a perfect first bowling set for little ones. They will love lining up the pins and rolling the ball (or throwing the ball as my son insists on doing) to try to knock them over.
A fun and educational toy with 14 interactive features to help build fine motor skills and learn shapes, animal sounds, animal names, and more.