Sometimes, picking out gifts can be just plain hard. Either, the child has too many toys already or you have no idea on what they like or into at the moment. Here are five ideas for a gift for a toddler boy.
Top 5 Gifts for a Toddler Boy: Farm Set
My two year old son absolutely loves his farm and animal set that we gave him for his last birthday. Even though we do live in the city and not out on a farm, it helps him activate his imagination. Horses, cows, tractors and a barn will keep him occupied for hours! This gift also allows you to plan for additional gifts for the future.
Top 5 Gifts for a Toddler Boy: Train Set
Either Thomas the Train or an ordinary train set will entertain your toddler for hours. Depending on your budget, you can get extravagant sets or my son is just as content with his little set that just goes in a tiny circle. You can also purchase sets that have add-ons for upcoming gifts in the future.
Top 5 Gifts for a Toddler Boy: Anything in His Favorite Character
My son is enthralled by Lightening McQueen right now, so for his third birthday next month, all the birthday gifts he’s receiving from us are Lightening McQueen! He is getting a play tent, a plastic dish set, a beanbag, pajamas, and shirts all in Lightening McQueen. Find out what character your toddler likes right now and purchase something in that area. Some more ideas for favorite character gifts are: puzzles, coloring books, story books, and games.
Top 5 Gifts for a Toddler Boy: Outdoor Toys
There is nothing more than what boys like to do but go outside and play. Riding toys, a first bicycle with training wheels, a bat and ball set, sandbox toys are all ideas for birthday gifts for toddler boys. If your budget allows, electronic cars and vehicles are also a popular hit with toddler boys.
Top 5 Gifts for a Toddler Boy: Fridge Phonics
Leap Frog has a genius toy called Fridge Phonics. It magnetically attaches to your refrigerator door and educates your child in areas of alphabet, matching and memorizing. My children absolutely love the one we have and have learned their whole ABC’s song, and how to match from this toy. There is also an advanced fridge phonics that even helps older kids how to spell out small words.