‘Tis the season! So what’s on your shopping list? Have you got your ultimate gift guide to hand?
Buying gifts can be a difficult task at the best of times, but when your trying to buy for a toddler, especially at Christmas, it can become more than just a headache!
That’s why I’ve put together a gift guide for toddlers aged 1-3 in the hopes that it will provide some inspiration, and help make this years shopping experience an easy one.
Toddler Christmas Gift Guide 2016
- Megabloks First Builders Big Bag – £9.99, Argos
Enjoy endless building fun with this starter bag of Mega Bloks. Available in either shades of pink or primary colours, these large blocks are perfect for little hands, and encourage creativeness and hands-on exploration.
- Crayola Magnetic Double Easel – £44.99, Smyths Toys
A 4-in-1 children’s easel offering the ultimate creation station for your little artists. Choose to use the magnetic white board for either drawing or attaching the included letters and numbers magnets up, the blackboard for hours of chalk fun, or use the clips on either side to pin up paper for additional creativity. The set also includes 4 detachable storage bins for holding art accessories.
- Little Tikes Cozy Coupe – From £38.99, Amazon
A classic toy that’s been making memories for generations – Yet still remains one of the top selling, original ride-on toys. Available in it’s classic red and yellow design, as well as twelve other imaginative characters including a police car, dino, fairy and yellow cab to name a few. This toy is guaranteed to provide endless fun all year around.
- Vtech Toot Toot Drivers Space Station – £49.99, Smyths Toys [currently on offer for £28.99!]
An interactive Space Station with a moving launch pad lift, a spinning black hole, a spinning solar system and lots more! A fun learning and development toy for all mini space explorers.
- Lost My Name Personalised Books* – £19.99, Lost My Name
Bring some excitement to story time by giving your child the opportunity to star in their very own adventure. Choose from either the wonderful world of Lost My Name, meeting lots of interesting characters on their way to finding their own name. Or go on a magical journey into space with The Intergalactic Journey Home; which we recently reviewed here.
- Hatley Pyjamas – £22, John Lewis
Crafted from 100% pure cotton, these super-soft and super colourful pyjamas are the perfect way to add some fun to your little ones bedtime routine.
- B. Parum Pum Pum Musical Set – £26.99, Smyths Toys
The fantastic B. Parum Pum Pum Musical Set comes with a range of musical instruments designed in fun and engaging bug characters. Packed inside a cute little snare drum, it’s perfect to inspire your budding musicians. We actually have an older version of this set, and it’s one of Chase’s favourite noise makers!
- SmartMax Magnetic Discovery Toy Set* – From £25, Kidly
Smartmax is a cool new range of magnetic construction toys. Designed to help kids build & play, whilst developing essential learning skills. Check out our recent review to find out more about this amazing new toy.
- Twirlywoos Talking Great Big Hoo Soft Toy – From £6.20, Amazon [Prime Members Offer]
This popular CBeebies TV show sends my little man into fits of giggles everytime it’s on. These characters speak their signature sounds when their tummy is pressed, offering a cute and colourful cuddle companion for your little ones.
- My Pal Scout / Violet – £19.99, Smyths Toys
Give learning a personal touch with the adorable My Pal Scout & My Pal Violet. A cuddly pup that can be personalised to say your child’s own name, and favourite things. Introducing children to words, counting and feelings through fun and musical activities. Another firm favourite of our little mans, especially when Scout calls his name!
Let me know what you think, and I hope I’ve managed to provide something that takes your fancy!
Disclaimer: Any item marked with a * has been previously gifted to me in exchange for an honest review on this blog. All opinions for this guide are my own. Prices correct at time of writing this post.