Duplo 144-piece Set $49.95
Blocks are a big favorite at our house, both for Isla and for us. This massive Duplo set provides plenty of non-specific blocks that allow kids to build to their imagination’s content.
Green Toys Tea Set $27.99
Isla loves throwing tea parties, and this is the perfect set for little hands, because it’s not breakable ceramic, but you can still have real tea parties using the little tea pot and cups.
Hape All Season Doll House $199.99
This beautiful, fully furnished wooden dollhouse makes a great setting for pretend. Dolls, pets, and additional furniture can be purchased separately.
Hape Early Melodies Ukelele $31.95
This year, a ukelele tops our list of gift ideas for our musical little girl. Even if they aren’t quite ready to learn to play, it’s great to give little ones the opportunity to begin exploring music with their very own instrument.
KidKraft Farm Train Set $43.49
This wooden train set has a bridge and a waterfall and a barn and lots of animals. It’s so cool, I kind of want it for myself.
KidKraft Vintage Kitchen $149.99
For kids who love to cook–or at least pretending to–this rad retro kitchen makes a great base for make-believe culinary excellence.
Melissa and Doug 12-Piece Jigsaw Puzzles $7.99
Puzzles are great for developing fine and gross motor skills, problem solving abilities, and shape recognition. Plus, they’re a lot of fun.
Melissa and Doug Reusable Sticker Pad $4.99
Isla has 2 of these reusable sticker pads, and they are in heavy rotation at our house. She loves to rearrange furniture, animals, kids, and vehicles in her sticker pads. There will definitely be a couple more of these under our tree this year.
Melissa and Doug Tool Kit $14.99
Another favorite in our house! At this point, Isla mostly just likes to hit the nails and scream, “HAMMER! HAMMER! HAMMER!” But she’s also learning a lot about how different tools work with nuts and bolts and screws.
Radio Flyer Tricycle $89.99
Little kids are obsessed with wheels. This classic tricycle is a perfect way to give yours their first taste of freedom.
Ashley F saysDecember 6, 2014 at 11:35 am
These are great gifts1 They are some of my daughter’s favorites! She would love the Green Toys tea set!
Lara C. saysDecember 6, 2014 at 3:56 pm
Um, that kitchen is gorgeous. I love it!! What great ideas!
Claire Rheinheimer saysDecember 6, 2014 at 6:56 pm
I love the train set, my son is getting a train table for Christmas, that’s a great price too!
Vicki h saysDecember 7, 2014 at 12:14 am
Our little ones would love the tool set and the train set.
Sara l. saysDecember 7, 2014 at 12:22 am
My little ones have always loved Duplos.
Sabrina O. saysDecember 7, 2014 at 11:52 am
Looks like a great selection of gifts for this age group. My daughter would LOVE that kitchen!
Sarah Hayes saysDecember 7, 2014 at 7:09 pm
all these toys are pretty much exactly what Id love to have for my daughter! i love that tea set and the tool set. the kitchen is amazing too.
Jessica Haynes saysDecember 7, 2014 at 7:22 pm
Aaaahhh the tricycle! I had the same one when I was a little kid. So cute!
Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom` saysDecember 7, 2014 at 9:13 pm
My boys love duplos! We got them for my oldest when he was just 2. He still plays with them (along with his two little brothers) 5 years later.