Christmas is right around the corner, and I have rounded up the ultimate gift guide for toddlers! This guide includes some of our (and my nephews) favorite things, along with a few items that will be under the tree this year
I hope this helps you plan for all the toddlers on your list. And if you want to earn cashback for shopping for your gifts, sign up for Rakuten for free and get up to $40 in cash bonuses!
This three-wheeled scooter quickly became a favorite after my daughter’s birthday, and it comes in several colors.
For those who love animals and coloring, this is a perfect combination. After coloring the animals, you give them a bath and a little scrub in the tub, and your toddler will have endless fun with these.
My daughter received this easel when she was two, and it is still a hit over 2 years later. The easel has a dry erase board and chalkboard and comes with a roll of paper and two anti-spill paint cups.
These remind me of visiting my grandmother’s house as a child, and they have still proven to be fun for both toddlers and adults.
Before the pandemic, we used the tablet mostly for traveling. Over the past 9-months, we have gotten even more use out of Aubrey’s tablet when we (or I guess I should say I) need a little quiet time. Plus, adding educational programs like ABC Mouse has made the #momguilt a little less!
While my daughter loves to dress up in all of her princess costumes, this find for my nephew’s last birthday proved to make me #1 Aunt! The mask, sword, and shield all light up, and the shield also makes noise.
This is another favorite that we have had for a few years and is still played with often. I love to see Aubrey’s imagination as she whips up her favorite meal and often serves me up some cookies for desserts. We also love the Melissa & Doug Fruit Cutting set.
Color Wonders are great for a rainy day inside or traveling by car or plane. I love that the markers utilize special paper, and I do not have to worry about clothing and carpet stains with these.
For those toddlers that love animals, this is so cute! The set includes a dog, cat, medical equipment, and bag to allow toddlers to use their imagination to be veterinarians.
While toddlers love toys, I think learning and creating is an essential part of play. Aubrey has been receiving the Koala Crates the past few months, and they are perfect for her and I to spend time together on an activity after dinner. They carry crates for all ages, and they include all of the supplies for 2-3 STEAM projects.
I love adding books under the tree, reading is so essential for children, and with Aubrey’s love for unicorns, this is easily one of our favorite books.
Most little boys love all things trucks, excavators, and legos are always high up on their list!
I like adding a few things under the tree that we would buy anyway —body wash, bubble bath, socks, pajamas. Tubby Todd is a clean brand that I discovered earlier this year, and I love the way their seasonal scents smell.
I think Aubrey has gained my creative gene and love for jewelry. We have had a few kits from Kid Made Modern, and this is one we are adding under the tree this year…shhh, it’s a secret!
Aubrey loves taking pictures and looking at pictures on my phone, plus she has a wooden camera that she “takes pictures” of me on. This camera allows for photos (including selfies), video, and sound, and I anticipate I will be getting my picture taken by a very excited toddler on Christmas morning!
I hope you found this Ultimate Gift Guide for Toddlers helpful!