10 best toddler gifts

Best gifts for toddlers

# 10
If your little one aspires to be the next big pop sensation or music producer, give them the gift of the VTech Record and Learn KidiStudio. Its keyboard is capable of lighting up to teach your kids to follow along with jazz, techno, and even rock and roll music.
VTech Record and Learn KidiStudio
The Playskool Explore N’ Grow is a busy ball popper that features upbeat music, bright colors, and comes with five balls. It keeps kids as young as nine months entertained as they load the balls and watch them fly through the air.
Playskool Explore N' Grow
Bring the fun of a theme park to your little one’s bedroom with Fisher Price’s Loops ’n Swoops Amusement Park. This toy is a two-sided, double-track roller coaster playset that comes complete with a Wheelies mini car that can be sent zooming down the ramp for a 360° loop.
Loops ’n Swoops Amusement Park
#7
The LeapFrog My Pal comes in violet for girls and green for boys. It is designed to be used with a smartphone or tablet, so you can customize the 15 learning activities with your child’s favorite animal, food and color. It can also sing over 40 songs, including lullabies.
LeapFrog My Pal
  • teaches counting words and phrases
  • prompts kids to interact
  • volume control to make parents happy
Brand LeapFrog
Model 19157
Weight 1.6 pounds
# 6
The 12-piece Kids Destiny Engines & Train cars collection is compatible with Thomas, Brio, and Chuggington train tracks or it can simply be played with right on the floor or table. When not in use, all of the carriages store in the handsome wooden display frame.
Kids Destiny Engines & Train
  • train cars connect via magnets
  • easy to grab with little hands
  • stands up to rough play
Brand Kids Destiny
Model pending
Weight 2.1 pounds
#5
Perfect for burning off all that excess energy that toddlers are known for, the Little Tikes Trampoline has a large jumping surface and sturdy handlebar, which gives your child increased stability as he or she exercises. Its low profile also allows for easy portability.
Little Tikes Trampoline
  • durable and safe elastic webbing
  • accommodates up to 55 pounds
  • designed for indoor use only
Brand Little Tikes
Model 630354M
Weight 15.2 pounds
# 4
Provide your kid with hours of stimulating entertainment with the Lego Duplo My First Deluxe box of fun. This set delivers a huge variety of classic and special-style bricks that are designed to both teach your child the rules of counting and to inspire their imagination.
Lego Duplo My First Deluxe
  • develops fine motor skills
  • comes in a durable storage container
  • includes fun animals and figures
Brand LEGO
Model 6062469
Weight 3.2 pounds
#3
The Playskool Sesame Street Love2Learn Elmo integrates with a smart app for truly customizable play. He has over 350 responses and can even call your child by name once programmed. In addition, he laughs, sings songs, and plays interactive games.
Playskool Sesame Street Love2Learn Elmo
  • can choose desired learning subject
  • easy to set up and configure
  • very plush and huggable
Brand Sesame Street
Model B6572AF1
Weight 1.6 pounds
# 2
The Melissa & Doug Dump Truck is a shape sorting toy that comes with nine colored blocks and two figurines. After all of the blocks have been inserted into the correct holes, the rear of the dump truck can be lifted up to dump them back out again.
Melissa & Doug Dump Truck
  • very sturdy construction
  • teaches shape and color recognition
  • rolls around smoothly
Brand Melissa & Doug
Model 9397
Weight 2.1 pounds
# 1
Designed to promote enhanced body and spatial awareness in your toddler, the Pewi Ybike is both a walking and ride-on toy. Its smooth, multidirectional caster wheels give your child freedom of movement, while also helping to develop motor and balancing skills.
Pewi Ybike
  • helps to develop trunk muscles
  • available in 5 different colors
  • good for kids as young as 9 months
Brand PEWI
Model YPI
Weight 5.5 pounds

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