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Mega Bloks Learn Table for Toddlers
[Ad] Looking for a play table that can also store your kiddo's Mega Bloks while providing a race track and a ground for building castles? My son has lots of fun with this learn table. You can fold the legs inward to make it flat for storage. It's quickly set up and light to be carried around to wherever your kid wants to build...
Jurassic World Lego Duplo Fun for Toddlers!
[Ad] My son loves dinos and volcanoes so much; therefore, to celebrate his first day of kindergarten, he got a Lego Duplo Jurassic World set. Full of joy, he built "undersea volcanoes" in his little pool, let the Lego Duplo boy ride on the big dinosaur, assembled a bridge, a palm tree, and flowers... What a fun activity for a summer weekend morning!
Radio Flyer Inchworm Ride-On Toy
[Ad] The famous inchworm, a classic under the ride-on toys since the early 1970s and first designed from a clothes dryer's hose, is also one of my son's favorite toys. He's rocking it! I mean, the whole apartment is shaking ;) This toy can't be missing in a wild, active family...
Crawl and Climb Pirate Ship for Tots
[Ad] His LBN Crawl & Climb Pirate Ship was THE attraction in our basement and in the yard. You can anchor it in the ground for added safety outside. It is very sturdy and withstands one toddler's climbing around. It has a sail, a steering wheel, a pirate flag, and a relief parrot. The back has a ladder. Underneath is a cabin to hide in. And the best thing: no tools or screws needed at all; everything just snaps together, so you can easily carry it around and set it up in different places.
[Ad] Summer is here, and you feel like hosing someone down? Look no further, because the X Shot water gun is a powerful water gun to give each kid just the right refreshment ;) It has an amazing reach. We used it to water our outdoor plants, too. Who can water the most plants with one load?
Slime for Tots
[Ad] It's just a little gross... but the kids love it! My son enjoyed the sensory play with the gooey, stretchy mess. We hid small figurines in it that he had to free, which was the hoot. Alas, things got slightly out of hand when he put it into his hair (nothing a good bath and a comb couldn't fix). Mommies with strong nerves and a knack for cleaning, that's for you! ;)
Magic Slime for Toddlers
[Ad] If you have strong nerves and don't mind a little clean-up at the end, I suggest letting kiddo experiment with slime. What a great sensory play! It's especially fun when you hide Lego bricks or little Playmobil figurines in it. It's a great party idea, too--just do it outside! Most importantly: don't let kiddo put it into his/her hair ;)
Jeep Cherokee Ride-On Car
[Ad] Do you also have a very active child who loves ride-on toys? My son has a John Deere Go-Kart, a balancing bike, a push trike, a ride-on hedgehog, a wooden ride-on plane, a plastic Mickey Mouse plane, a tricycle giraffe, and several rockers, but this yellow Jeep Cherokee Ride-On Car is among his favorites. He's zooming around inside and outside. As a plus, it makes very realistic engine sounds!
Step 2 Neat and Tidy Cottage Playhouse
[Ad] Finally, a playhouse with a real, working door bell! This romantic cottage is a staple of our outdoor equipment, and it even fits on a balcony, if you don't have a big yard. It features a table with a sink inside and a grill outside and a little chair, as well as a flower box you can put real plants in. It also has a mailbox and a window and door to open and close. We've had it for two years now, and the stickers are as good as new. The best thing, of course, is the door bell!
Wooden Horse Swing
[Ad] Looking for a timeless, long lasting Montessori toy? What about this natural wood horse swing, as compared to all the plastic swings out there? We love ours, and you can use it indoors and outdoors (after staining it). Make the ropes as long as you need and fasten them with a knot under the seat. Ours hung under the back deck and provided hours of joy. You get what you pay for!
Little Tikes Cape Cottage Playhouse
[Ad] Year-round fun is guaranteed with this cute Litte Tikes playhouse. It's big enough for an adult to sit inside. Kiddo can open and close the two big windows and the two red doors. There's a mailbox to push letters through. It doesn't have a doorbell, but it has two flag holders (it doesn't come with flags, but you can get them cheaply online). We put a foam carpet inside. Make sure you anchor it down well, and it will be sturdy and withstand many a storm.
Turtle Sand Box
[Ad] This cute turtle sand box with lid from Little Tikes was my son's favorite pastime for his first two summer seasons. It's just big enough for one child between 1-2 years old. I filled it with two 25-lbs bags of fine, white sand. When you go inside, you can cover it with the lid so the neighborhood cats don't go in it. We had a few storms, and the lid never blew off.
Christmas Gift Idea: Wooden Ball Track
[Ad] My son had begged for months to get this wooden ball track for Christmas! When he got it, the whole family was fascinated with making the different figurines run down. We have a hedgehog, a horse, a clown, a flower, a train, balls.... It is so much fun and a beautiful, natural item to embellish your nursery. I would recommend getting the tall one (1m) and not the 50 cm track, even if your baby is only one year old. He or she will grow into it and have more fun with the bigger one!
Push Trike with Conversion for Toddlers
[Ad] Before he gets his first bicycle, he's learning to maintain his balance on a push trike with conversion (you can take off the pushing rod, so he's all by himself). He can be buckled in for added safety. The little basket in the back is just perfect for a quick trip to the grocery store together. This push trike gets a fair bit of use almost every day. One step closer to independence ;)
Caterpillar Climbing Toy for Tots
[Ad] The ECR4 Kids Peek-a-Boo Caterpillar is one of my son's favorite outdoor climbing toy. It's big enough for a group of toddlers or pre-school kids and would be great for a daycare center, too. Even our cat and dogs liked to go inside and peek out of the round windows!
Ride-On Push Car
[Ad] Although the "Whisper Ride" doesn't whisper (on the contrary!), it has been our faithful companion for almost three years now on long and short trips into the neighborhood. Kiddo loves to ride on it and uses the two cup holders for his salty snacks and his water bottle and the storage space under the hood for his sand toys or leaves he finds. He shares it willingly with the kids from the neighborhood, because the others come begging for a ride.
Door Frame Playhouse
[Ad] My son loves his door frame playhouse, which is a veterinary's clinic on one side and a U.S. Post Office on the other side. It came with a mailbox, letters, postcards, a parcel, and stamps with Velcro. We put it under the stairs, where it fit perfectly to separate off a little nook for him to play in.