Ultimate Toddler Gift Guide

Christmas will be here before we know it. I don’t know about you, but I’m determined to get all my shopping done early this year. I’ve been compiling a list for a while of gift ideas, and today I’m sharing my ultimate toddler gift guide.

This is the first Christmas that we have two toddlers in our house! Grayson just made three (I can still count him as a toddler right?) and Audrey Claire is one.

I’ve divided the gifts in this post into two categories. The first group is more appropriate for the three to five age range while the second section will be a better fit for kids under age three.

If you want even more ideas check out my 2019 toddler gift guide. All of these items are still ones I highly recommend!

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I have heard such great things about Magna Tiles. These are the Picasso Tiles are half the price with over 12,000 five-star reviews! I’m sold.

Grayson has been loving Paw Patrol lately. We got him these walkie talkies for his birthday, and they are a new favorite for sure!

This balance bike is at the top of my list of gifts for Grayson. It comes highly recommended by several people, and I can’t wait to see him ride it.

What little boy doesn’t dream of being a fireman when they grow up? This fireman costume and fire truck (with a working water pump) would certainly be a hit. If you follow me on Instagram you know he got this for his birthday and won’t take it off.

A Sit n Spin is such a classic childhood toy. I remember having one when I was a kid and loving it.

Grayson is starting to get interested in sports so we want to get him a few things this year. He got this T-Ball set for his birthday last week. A set of golf clubs are also on our wish list.

If you’re anything like me, you are constantly taking pictures of your kids. I got Grayson this play digital camera a while back so he can get in on the action and take pictures, too. The pictures obviously aren’t the best quality, but it’s perfect for kids!

I always try to buy a few educational gifts for the kids to accompany the toys. This game teaches letter and word recognition, spelling, and memory skills. I also LOVE the Osmo. It is a STEM kit that attaches to an iPad. Different packages come in different skill sets and age ranges.

This camping set with the gear is so cute! We don’t camp, but I know Grayson would love using this to play in the backyard or even the living room.

Finally, I had to add this Bosch toolset that Grayson got a few weeks about as an early birthday gift. He is obsessed with it and has been “fixing” things around the house nonstop.

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This Fisher-Price Laugh and Learn Cookie Jar is great for teaching toddlers about shapes. Audrey got this for her birthday and plays with it all the time.

A baby doll is a must for any little girl (or boy.) I love the Corolle brand because they are a perfect size and really soft. I also think a babydoll stroller is a great accessory for toddlers who are walking.

We received this Tree Top Activity Center as a for Grayson when he was just a baby. It has been a favorite for several years and now Audrey loves it just as much. I highly recommend this gift.

While this might be a gift you want to keep at grandma’s house (lol,) this 22 piece musical instrument set is perfect for any future musician.

A great learning toy is this farmer’s market sorting set. Kids can practice sorting colors and even learn about fruits and vegetables.

This Spin Again Stacking toy is a modern spin on the traditional stacking set that I had as a kid. We’ve had this for a few years, and it’s definitely a favorite.

Both of my kids love animals, so this Melissa and Doug Pet Vet set is on our wish list. I think they would both really like (aka fight over) this cute little set!

My mom has this Melissa and Doug Scoop and Serve Ice Cream Counter at her house and Audrey loves it. I want to get one for our house too. See a pattern with the Melissa and Doug toys? You really can’t go wrong with anything they make!

We already have this LeapFrog Leaptop, and it is a favorite. I love that it teaches letters and numbers and also plays music. It’s like a kid version of an “IPad” too. Even though the age says 2-4, I think younger kids can use it too.

The final two items on this list are all items we don’t have, but think the kids would love. This Spike the Hedgehog toy is great for fine motor skills and has amazing ratings. Finally, a kitchen sink that really works is sure to be a hit with both of our kids!

I hope you find some of these gift ideas helpful. If you have other suggestions, I’d love to hear them. Leave me a comment below to let me know what you are getting your little one’s this Christmas.

Also, make sure you check out my FREE Countdown to Christmas Activity bundle. The fun starts on December 1. Make sure you are following me on Instagram too for some fun giveaways!

As always, thanks so much for reading. XOXO

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