If you’re anything like me, you
haven’t purchased anything are just starting your Christmas shopping. And although Black Friday has already passed, there is still plenty of time to get some great gifts for the toddler in your life.
To make your shopping easy, I’ve selected 14 items that I believe will be a big hit with your little one. Scroll down to see everything I’ve shared. Now…
The Little Tykes slide is safe and durable, and allows kids to move their bodies indoors. Lenny enjoys time on his slide everyday.*
If your little one is anything like mine, the vacuum cleaner is a “toy” that he can’t put down. This toy vacuum cleaner actually picks up and will provide hours of productive fun.
Before After is a book that shows the process that many of natures most beautiful plants and animal endure to become what they are.
Learning how to balance is an important part of walking, running and building strength. This Waldorf-inspired balance board would be a great addition to any playroom.*
The Schleich Lioness and Cubs set will give your little one a new animal to use for their imaginative play. It would also be great to use with Montessori Language Cards.
Parker Looks Up is a stunning book that chronicles a little girl’s trip to see First Lady Michelle Obama’s Official Portrait at the National Portrait Gallery with her family.
This Wooden Ramp Racer is so fun. It allows kids to build hand-eye coordination, can be used to learn new colors and to facilitate early STEM conversations.
Planting a Rainbow is a beautiful book that teaches children the process of growing plants, and introduces many new words.
My kiddo loves clanging my pots and pans. I am excited to let Lenny play with this Melissa and Doug set so that my set can stay in my cabinets.
Melissa & Doug Primary Lacing Beads will help your toddler practice their fine motor skills, as well as colors recognition.*
Cool Cuts features beautiful Black boys with fun, natural hairstyles. It will inspire the little guy in your life to love his hair for many years to come.
Is it just me, or does every toddler love to clean? I find myself handing a toy broom to Lenny multiple times a day. This cleaning set is really great because it allows children to practice real practical life skills like cleaning up messes and tidying behind themselves.
Every toddler needs a busy box! This Montessori Lockbox will help your little one develop fine motor and problem-solving skills that will benefit them for many years to come.*
If you are introducing letter sounds, Montessori abc’s would be a great book to add to your collection. It features an object that starts with each letter sound, and even uses real, everyday items toddlers may have seen before.
I hope that this gift guide helps you and saves you time. If you struggle with asking for gifts that you love, be sure to check out my post here for some tips. Enjoy your shopping! And as always…
Because this is a toy that your little one could fall off of or choke on, you’ll want to monitor them until they are fully capable of using it on their own.
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