How to Shop: Toys for 2 to 3 years

ImageNow that your baby has turned into a boisterous toddler, life is all about pushing boundaries, disobeying rules, creating an identity and developing some social skills.

This is the phase when they have has grown from their sleeping days and are equally being guided into the experiences of fear, frustrations, sadness, tear, tantrums and extreme emotions.

The world is a more recognizable place now and can be experienced better with mobility and speech. A personality will start to show up and games and toys that require dexterity and problem solving capabilities will be more in use.

At this stage, you might want to keep away toys that might frustrate your baby’s abilities. Here are some toys that are suitable for toddlers from 1 to 2 years old.

Pull along toys

Toddlers in this age group are confident about their stride and want to explore place and show parents interesting discoveries. This is a new world that they are getting fast acquainted with and need a companion to interact with as they go along.

Pull along toys that make a noise or flap feet can be worthy friends. How about a Max Pull Along Dog that shakes his head, wags his tail and barks as he follows your baby around? A good pull-along toy can teach cause and effect, develop your toddler’s imagination and encourage social interaction.

Soft dolls

Toddlers love to take care of their doll companions. It not only increases their power of interaction, but lets them practice normal social skills in tandem. The Chicco My First Doll Good Night is a soft and light doll that develops co-ordination and fantasy skills in your toddler. And you can enjoy watching your little one cuddle, hug and play with its first doll.

Activity toys

Kids at this age love to be involved in an activity that involves a little bit of a challenge. The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Learning Toolbench is full of delightful surprises that make learning more fun with every tap, pound, pull or slide.

Lights dance and charming characters pop up when baby taps colorful shapes and learns to count. It can help your baby learn the A-B-Cs, count to 10 and learn about colours and shapes.

What was your toddler’s favourite toy? How did you keep them occupied when they were this age? Do share your tips in the comments below.

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One response

  1. Hey! I really like your blog. Thanks for such a informative post. In my opinion for 2-3 years kids – Musical toys, soft toys and different activities toys are the best options.

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