Christmas is coming closer and closer and I still wonder where this year has gone! If you’re still looking for inspiration what to get your toddler for Christmas, I have listed below some of my current favourites, some of which we already have and LOVE and some of which we’ll be getting our two year old daughter for Christmas this year. Hope you enjoy my toddler Christmas gift guide!
Melissa and Doug Reusable Sticker Pad
My daughter is obsessed with stickers and I was forever buying new stickers for her. We were recently recommended the Melissa and Doug Reusable Sticker Pads and I can not rave enough about them. They come in different designs, like Make-A-Meal, Habitats, Playhouse etc. and the kids can then place the stickers on the different pages and move them around as much as they want. Brilliant also for keeping little ones busy when travelling or when you’re out for a meal. Price: from £4.99
MOBU Wooden Numbers and Alphabet Puzzles
I got my daughter an Number and a Letter wooden puzzle for Christmas. She is just over 2 now and I think this is a great way to combine her love for puzzles with number and letter recognition learning. I also love that the puzzles come with a little storage bag to keep all the pieces together. Price: from £10.99
Wooden Computer with Blackboard
I just love this cute portable wooden blackboard that looks like a laptop. Vicky would love this and since it closes with 2 hinges you can also take it with you when out for a meal or travelling. Price: £23
BRIO My First Railway Battery Operated Train Set
My daughter has played with this cute little BRIO train set at her friend’s house and total fell in love with it that we decided to get her a set for Christmas as well. It’s great to practice those fine motor skills and what’s also great is that you can get other sets and sceneries to add to it later on so it basically grows with your child. Price: £37.90
A beautiful personalised bracelet from London’s kids jewellery brand Molly Brown that your child can cherish for years to come. Vicky has the beautiful personalised pearl bracelet in the picture above, but they do many other beautiful pieces as well. Price: £58
My Fabulous Story Teller
The Lunii My Fabulous Story Teller is basically a modern day cassette player which comes preloaded with 45 stories and the children can choose the different elements to craft their own story. You can buy more stories via their lunii webstore and what I specifically love is that they do have stories in different languages like English, German, French, Dutch, Russian etc. Price: £69, but you can get it for £55.96 on Amazon at the moment.
Which child doesn’t love a teepee! I particularly love the Snuz teepees , their designs are just beautiful and add a cosy element to every nursery or playroom. They come in three different designs and you can also get a matching playmat to go with it. Price: £89.95
Mini Micro Scooter
The Mini Micro Scooter is a firm toddler favourite! You can chose between so many different colours and even customise your own scooter if you wanted and they have different scooters that can be used from 18 months all the way up to adults. I have written a full review of the Mini Micro Scooter here. Price: from £89.95
My daughter loves her Wobbel balancing board. It’s beautiful, stylish and functional with so much scope for open-ended play which helps kids develop strength and physical skills as well as imagination. Price: Wobbel Starter (smaller version) £75 and Wobbel Original from £99
KiwiCo Koala Crate
KiwiCo do monthly activity crates that are tailored to different age groups from 0 years to adult. The Kiwico Koala Crate is for 2-4 year olds and contains the materials and inspiration for projects related to a certain theme. You can buy single boxes or pick from different subscription options. Price: from £13.13
I hope this Toddler Christmas gift guide gave you some inspiration. What are you getting your kids this Christmas? Let me know in the comments below.