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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Czeec80 » Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:09 am

Our son loves the leapfrog fix and go car which really is very educational. He's also getting some playdough which is quite good for this age group too.

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby CalvinS » Tue Sep 18, 2018 1:41 pm

Coloring in coloring books, or even drawing with crayons is always a great we to keep them amused. Be sure to get the non-toxic, washable crayons.

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby alonzo11 » Sun Sep 30, 2018 5:42 pm

[quote="mintcc"]Here's an article on toys for 2 year olds.
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https://savey.xyz/shopping/best-chinese-shopping-sites/[/url] Esp like this part
[b]
Toys that stimulate imagination:[/b]
[list]building blocks and building systems such as Duplo
cars, trucks, planes, trains, and spaceships
dolls, doll houses and furniture and doll clothes
dress up clothes and accessories and costumes
household items made child size such as toy telephones, shopping carts, and kitchen gadgets
stuffed animals [/list]

[b]Toys that stimulate interest in the physical world:[/b]
[list]dump trucks
gardening tools made child size
non-breakable mirrors
sandbox
simple science stuff like a big magnifying glass, butterfly net, or bug collecting kit
water toys [/list]

[b]Toys that teach the grown-up world:[/b]
Cash registers, shopping carts, and toy typewriters
Costumes such as firefighter, police officer, or sailor
Dolls with carriages, cradles and strollers
Tool belt or work bench
Toy kitchen equipment and gardening supplies
Vehicles[/quote]

Great post!!! Thank you!! :lovesite:

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Brenda3700 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:40 am

My daughter is 2 also and right now here absolute favourite things are,Her baby doll , Playdough , Puzzles
And lately she loves the Mr. Potato Head. Luckily at this age money doesn't matter. You don't need to go overboard to please them. I'm sure she will be thrilled with what you have got her. My daughter loves, loves, loves shoes as well.

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Amaranth » Fri Nov 02, 2018 6:48 pm

Oh. There are a lot of options.

My girl is older now, but she liked:
- mega blocks. It's a must have for a 2 y.o. Now she prefer to play with puzzles, though.
- books with pictures, good quality hard ones and hard flaps.
- she loved her block walker cart. She took it around the garden and collected leaves and stones in it as well as playing with the blocks. And as a result she likes anything she can put things into or sort out.
- star projector (she still owns a nice one, with a soft turtle plush similar to this https://wisepick.org/best-star-projector/)
- any musical instrument. She has a wooden xylophone and she played with it multiple times a day.
- she still adores her own little pull out couch. sits on it with her teddies to watch the wiggles. She also just played with it to climb on and over and under.

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Michy79 » Fri Nov 09, 2018 11:19 am

Educational toys are better to give this holiday season. The child will have fun while learning!

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Rachel12 » Mon Nov 12, 2018 7:13 pm

I believe for two year old toys should be like building blocks it increases its thinking capabilities

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby LucyL » Fri Nov 30, 2018 10:37 am

Rachel12 wrote:I believe for two year old toys should be like building blocks it increases its thinking capabilities



Yup! I'm thinking of giving Lego to my kid hoping his thinking skills would improve! :lol:

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby Shirleyme » Thu Dec 06, 2018 4:55 pm

Good ideas! What are some of these toys that you will suggest to bring along when I bring my kid out?

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Re: Toys for 2 year olds

Postby ThinkingYouths » Tue Dec 11, 2018 3:48 pm

Where do everyone here buy your Lego from?

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