For most kids, the bigger the toy, the better. Which is what makes picking out small items for their stockings difficult. But all of these ideas are cute, fun, and guaranteed to put a big smile on a little face. Then, when you're ready for to find the big-ticket items, check our best Christmas gifts for toddlers!
This isn't just a regular flashlight, VTech's version comes with over 50 sing-along songs, music, sounds, and fun phrases along with five colored lights that aren't too bright for tiny eyes.
This set of 36 foam letters and numbers stick onto tub walls when wet. But even better: it makes bath time both a cleaning and a learning experience.
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Practice numbers and color recognition with these brightly colored cups. They may not seem like much, but your baby is working on motor control, hand-eye coordinations, and language development as he plays.
You might have to open this one a few days before Christmas: As your little one counts down the days, she'll be thrilled to see her name — as well as the names of other family members, pets, or friends — worked into the classic holiday tune.
You know how somehow her favorite toy always goes missing? This pack of rattles comes with six in a pack so you'll always have a replacement on hand when she becomes obsessed.
Make bath time more educational with these pipes. She can suction cup them to the bath wall any way she likes and then watch the water pour in different directions.
Forget the reindeer — have your little one snuggle this 12-inch llama on Christmas night.
These silly-looking suction cups stick together, pop apart, make fun rattle sounds, and more. Even better, they can be used in or outside of the tub.
This BPA and phthalates free set replaces your real car keys that he is always trying to grab. Bonus: the "beep beep" sound that the buttons make are designed to be less annoying to parents' ears.
Bed time stories just got an upgrade! This VTech book reacts to your child's touch to play sounds, musics, and words — it even has an introduction to their ABC's.
If you've got a picky eater on your hands, these construction tool utensils make the job a little more fun. Tell him to think of his plate as the blueprint to a super strong body!
This pair of wizards come with bean-bag bodies perfect for toddler hands to hold while they play pretend in magical worlds.
This puzzle, that doubles as color recognition, challenges toddlers to recognize both shapes and colors.
Stock the pretend pantry with more than 20 items of play food, which your toddler can sort into different crates depending on what food group they're in.
Even though these toys are shaped like jellyfish, they don't sting. Instead, they stick onto bath walls to add tons of fun and color to bath time.
Nothing motivates a kid more than having an end goal in mind, like building this train. Plus, when they're done they'll be able to drive their masterpiece all over the house.
This little dolls spread some serious holiday cheer!