Toys, books and kid-size furniture are all top gifts for toddlers. Here are seven options that are timeless classics.
Little Tikes Homes are a staple in many backyards for a reason. They encourage hours of pretend play, they’re safe and kids love having their own place. Plus, they’re durable, which means it can handle many toddlers for years.
This Huffy bike is a great entry into the world of bikes. With removable training wheels and a design cute enough to make a statement, it’s ready for rides around the neighborhood.
A Paw Patrol motorcycle? The older toddler on your list will love this motorized option for cruising.
Bath crayons are one of my go-to gifts for kids. Whether it’s a child that has everything, or I’m not sure what they have, bathtime is a nightly ritual, and toddlers love opening a new toy for play. You can buy different shapes to add variety, like these.
From playrooms to schools, MEGA BLOKS are a top-five staple. In addition to providing hours of play, they’re great for building motor skills and more.
Kids chair. The anywhere chair from Pottery Barn is not only classic, it’s cute and works well with most home decor. Pair it with a couple of the books above and it’s a stylish base for a kid’s reading corner. It also works in a family room or bedroom.
Books moved to the top of my gift list once I had kids. Especially board books, which is why I recommend this Eric Carle collection of 12 board books. Toddlers can’t have too many and they are great for home and for travel.
And since I love books, here are a couple of other favorites:
Please Baby Please
The Little Mermaid
Here’s a bonus idea. If you buy a book pair it with something like a blanket or stuffed animal that fits the theme or color of the book.