The best toy boxes for kids 2010 are – from my own viewpoint as a parent – deserving of the title “best” or “top” due to their ability to be quite practical as well as attractive additions to a child’s room or other part of the home.
For this year, here are the top 3 kids toy boxes by popular demand:
1. Little Tikes Giant Toy Chest – The name says it all. This durable plastic toy box is large enough to hold many items from a child’s toy collection being 39 inches long, 23 inches wide and almost 22 inches in height. With a rectangular general shape, this toy box should snug nicely into the corner of a child’s room. It is available with either a pink lid for girls or a blue lid for boys. Although this toy box is not what I would at all call “fancy” it is still cute and is very practical.
2. Tot Tutors Toy Organizing Bins – I speak from experience when I say that this particular toy organizer is possibly the best invention since sliced bread! It includes four shelves (each “shelf” made from dual horizontal posts), with three bins that fit along each level for a total of twelve bins. Not only is this an excellent tool for helping keep things tidied up, but is also a good way to help get kids used to the concept of separating different types of objects into their own groups by using it.
3. Step2 Tool Chest Toy Box – This toy box or organizer is more specific to young boys, having a racing theme with a sleek color and racing decals on the outside. It has four doors on the front that open to allow access to two shelves with a good deal of space, and even though it’s outer appearance is much like a dresser, its design appears to be more practical for the purpose of keeping toys and other personal objects tidied up and safe. If looking for a toy box or some type of organizational bedroom furniture for a little boy who loves cars and racing, this would probably be an excellent choice.
Other than the best toy boxes for kids this year listed above, there are additional choices along these lines for both boys and girls, and depending on one’s needs may be better choices. However, I can say that the three listed above – in my own opinion as a parent – are excellent choices for kids.
Resource: Top 10 Toy Boxes for Kids 2010 – Squidoo Parenting and Family