Toddlers are on the move, so interactive toys that encourage them to explore the world are a safe bet.
We asked our staff what they like to give as gifts for toddlers. Here are their top choices:
Push, pull, and stack
The old favorites are old favorites for a reason – kids and parents love them. Blocks, sorting boxes, play food, and toys that push or pull never go out of style.
Make some noise
Toddlers love to make noise! They experiment with their voices, bang things together, and play music with anything they can get their hands on.
Musical toys, like the maracas and drums below, harness their natural inclination in a fun way.
Books, books, books
Books are a good choice for kids of all ages. Most toddlers don’t have the attention span to sit and listen to a story, so books with short phrases or just a few words usually work best.
Don’t forget about useful gifts!
Toddlers can be a challenge to feed. Toddler-sized bibs and smocks from Bumkins make mealtime a little less messy, and child-sized silverware reduce power struggles for little ones who want to be just like grownups.