Toddler Toys

Best Toddler Toys

Best Toddler Toys for 1-2 Year Olds

Beep Bop Band Music Set $43
Sensational sounds abound with this colorful band set featuring instruments like maracas, a tambourine, a xylophone and drumsticks. Best of all, the instruments fit neatly inside the drum.

Plan Toys Baby Walker
$68
Push, walk, build, repeat.  Enjoy two toddler toys for the price of one with this sturdy wooden push toy with colorful building blocks.  We love the adjustable cart handle for growing tots.
Deluxe Mini Play Cube
$109
Five sides of fun, to keep the whole gang happy at once.

Best Toddler Toys for 2-3 Year Olds

Pull-Along Zoo Animals $14
A zoo or a choo choo?  You get both with this timeless wooden toddler toy your child can pull around the house. When he slows down, he can stack the colorful animals.
Sorting Shapes Cupcake $15
Serve up these sweet cupcakes for shape-sorting fun.  Each two-piece cupcake pulls apart to reveal hidden shapes and fits snugly with the corresponding shape in the pan.
LEGO Ultimate Building Set $27
A bucket of fun and a fantastic way to start your child’s love affair with LEGO, this set includes 405 pieces she can use to build her first brick city—including details like pretty flowers and windows.

Best Toddler Toys for 3-4 Year Olds

Matching Game $13
Sharpen your kid’s memory and boost his appreciation for other cultures with this multicultural matching game. Smiling children from around the world teach it’s fun to be different.
Our World Floor Puzzle $17
Don’t know Asia from Africa or Australia from Antarctica? Your child will be a geography whiz kid with this colorful, jumbo-size floor puzzle.
LeapFrog Spin and Sing Alphabet Zoo $19
Your toddler can discover the alphabet from Alligator to Zebra! This LeapFrog toy introduces letters A-Z with animal names and sounds.

Best Toddler for 4-5 Year Olds

LeapFrog Tag Reading System $37
Reading gets hi-tech with this amazing toddler toy that uses a tiny infrared camera to bring printed words and characters to life.  Specially designed for little hands and easy to use, simply touch the pen to a word, symbol or picture and the pen reads it out loud.
Play-Doh Creativity Center $47
Activate your child’s imagination with this set that contains plenty of Play-Doh and accessories to cut, shape, mold and color (crayons are included) for hours on end.  And clean-up is easy—everything stores neatly inside the container.
Quadrilla Basic Set $64
Ideal for kids who’ve graduated from basic building blocks and want to add some excitement to their designs, the Quadrilla Basic Set features 49 track pieces and 50 colorful marbles itching to race.

 

Before you switch on that TV, why not keep your toddler active with fun, engaging teaching toys instead. The best toddler toys foster creativity and help encourage your tot to use his/her imagination. If you don’t want your play room to become overrun with toddler toys, invest in the best toddler toys (and yes, our favorites). They’re separated by your little one’s age.

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