Best toddler learning toys to buy this holiday season

Are you stumped on what to get a toddler this Christmas season that’s still educational? Toddlers are constantly growing and learning, that’s why it’s so important to give them the right gifts. Today we are sharing a list of the top toys that will keep your little ones entertained while teaching them new skills like walking, reading, and writing. Give them a gift this year that helps support their motor skills and encourages them to learn.

When there are countless toys to choose from, we know it can be overwhelming to pick a gift for your little one. The VTech Musical Rhymes Book features two learning modes for kids that are as young as 24 months all the way up to age 3.

This book plays music and in teaching mode, it says the instrument’s name and corresponding color key as well as playing its sound. It’s also designed for your baby to learn motor skills by turning the pages and twisting the pieces. In addition, in music mode it plays the melody of six classic nursery rhymes.

The Melissa and Doug Standard Unit 60 piece Building Block Set lets your children make complex buildings with pillars, arches, half circles, squares, and triangles. The kit comes with 60 natural wood pieces, smoothed down to prevent splinters, and a wooden storage crate to keep it organized. The set is perfect for kids ages three to five.

The Number Lovin’ Oven by LeapFrog features over 30 songs and sixteen different ingredients that let kids learn numbers, temperature, time, and basic math. It includes an easy-to-follow recipe card for things like fried eggs, pizza, and cupcakes. With over 400 reviews on Amazon, this Number Oven has a 4.8/5 star rating

Lastly, the VTech Touch and Learn Activity Desk Deluxe will have your toddlers entertained for hours. With five learning pages to teach numbers, counting, letters, fruits, and colors. Toddlers two and up can touch different spots on each page to learn about the pictures, and if you want more skills, expansion packs are available.

Additionally, you can lift the top of the desk to reveal a chalkboard where kids can draw. This desk is jammed packed with educational resources and comes with a budget-friendly price tag of $40

What educational toys do you have for your kids? Let me know in comments below.

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