The gift-giving season is upon us! Here are some fun ideas for gifts for the silly, funny, rambunctious toddlers in your life. These toys include fine motor and sorting toys, pretend play toys, and board books.
Note: These were all $25 or less at the time of this post, but prices can change at any time. Affiliate links are used to share products, at no additional cost to you.
Fine Motor and Sorting Toys
Busy books with fine motor skill practice are a total hit with toddlers! My son is obsessed with buckles currently so he would love this one:
My toddler loves loves loves shape shorter toys. We seriously have one in every room he hangs out in. I recently got him this one and it is great for bringing along with us as well.
These wooden sorter toys are brilliant! I think I’ll be adding this to my son’s list.
Latches and locks are an exciting toy for toddlers as well.
I love puzzles, don’t you?
Toys for Pretend Play
Playmats are also a great gift idea. If your kiddo is super obsessed with cars like mine is, this mat, and the cars of course, make an awesome gift. Bonus points that it can come with you to entertain the toddler when visiting friends or family.
Anything home kitchen and toy food related is a huge hit around here!
A workbench is also a huge hit any time!
This fishing game is both fun, and a fine motor practice. And budget-friendly too!
My son has this chair and it continues to be a hit. So many learning opportunities and it grows with him.
You absolutely can’t go wrong with building blocks!
Here’s another one for car enthusiasts. I’m getting something like this for my kiddo. Shhh don’t tell him.
My son is obsessed with our broom. So maybe one his own size would be a great gift.
Board books are always wonderful and I love when my kiddo sits down and peruses what’s on his bookshelf.
What do you think of these suggestions? Tell me what’s on your shopping list for your toddler!