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Now you are in the second year with your child, you probably already have a mountain of toys. A new river of toys this Christmas may seem quite scary.
Do not fear my friend because we have compiled a list of toys that will help your little person grow and develop his / her development skills. From fine to engine, speech and language, be selective with your presents this year, hopefully making the new "toy hoard" feel less of a "hoard" and more of a creative beginning to a year full of learning made fun!
Even better, if the thought of fighting your tantruming toddler through a Christmas massage filled shopping mall sounds less than appealing, we've made it easy! Click on the links and you can shop online at Amazon from your own home.
If you are worried about your plastic consumption, this wooden cube activity center may be for you. Each page has another activity; A clock that promotes time recognition, counts pearls to encourage speech skills and improve and grow your hand children's coordination with toddlers and various other activities that encourage fine motor skills, color and shape recognition. Even if you want to list for three years, you need adult monitoring.
Sandpits are amazing when your child is in the mood to be messy and explore digging, pouring, measuring and just having more freedom with a messy and scattered texture. It is also a good outdoor activity and serves as a perfect opportunity to get some fresh air.
This old MacDonald Tractor and Trailer is great if you want something with an educational aspect. This is sweet with the extra bonus they can learn about what the animals are at the same time.
This product is great for boys and girls, with many two-year-olds interested in dolls and caring about a baby. It's also a great way to help your child's understanding if they expect a new brother or sister.
Is your two-year-old a CBeebies fan? Do they like Mr Tumble? Then maybe a special Mr Tumble Talking Soft Toy is on your street. You can even use it to encourage your child to learn the sign language.
These clumsy Duplo bricks are perfect for small hands. Build and drive a train around with your child and use the number stickers to mark the trains, practice bills and colors as you go.
Encourage imaginative play and teach your children about healthy food groups and nourishment with these hand-painted wooden pieces with boxes. When your child grows, they can even like a playful carriage or handbag to imitate mother's weekly shopping trip.
If you want to extend imaginative play with food, may it be time for a picnic? Learn your toddler's art to share with this Leapfrog picnic basket. You can even grab the teddies and spread a spread for a teddy bear picnic.
If you're in a messy game, but do not like to be too messy, Play-Doh is probably your best friend. Perfect for a rainy day, these rainbow colored Play-Doh pots are imaginative games and are great if you want to join (works perfectly as your own stress ball!).
Does your little girl look carefully at the kitchen? Now they have the chance to enjoy the chores that have probably become commonplace for you. Cooking, washing, washing the laundry and refilling the cupboards are just some of the role play in this Little Tikes kitchen, which allows the children to participate.
It's no secret that most toddlers love to be messy. These fingerprints can be the starter of your budding artist's career.
Regularly reading the child helps to increase vocabulary and encourage their speech and language development. This Pip and Posy series by Axel Scheffler, best selling illustrator of Gruffalo, is the perfect balance between humor and comfort. Bedtime Frog, in particular, is a good bedtime favorite.
When your kid has the news to go running on their own, they often become more content sitting down for short periods of time. There are endless activities that you can do when sitting at the table. This wood activity table is perfect for arts and crafts, reading and putting together puzzles.
If your house overflows books, your child will not be the only one who likes to have his books in one place. Get the organization and give your child a chosen reading area.
Puzzle is always a good option and two are a great age to update your stash. These woods are even nicer to have in your home.
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