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Toys For 3 Year Olds

My brother is coming to visit next week and my mom later in the month and they both very conveniently task me with buying the boys a little something from them. D is easy; books, puzzles, board games. He is the eldest so we are always looking to bring new things into the home allowing new experiences.

H is a little harder. We still have so many of D's toddler toys around the house that rarely think of getting him something. I know.. I feel the guilt. So the past few days I have been on the look out for toys for 3 year old boys 

My go to when picking a toy is always something educational.. I love a great puzzle or building toys. 

Melissa and Doug Alphabet Express Floor Puzzle

Melissa and Doug Wooden Pattern Maker


playing with foam blocks

Don't let that smile fool you.. I made those foam block castles, he's just waiting for me to give him the go so he can destroy my creations lol. 

This is also a great time to introduce the little guy to some board games. I still remember D's first board game at age 3 was Richard Scarry's Busytown, H on the other hand totally gets a kick out of Perfection, I'm thinking he might like the Sneaky Squirrel Game 


Sneaky Snacky Squirrel Game

He is more a man of action while D is our thinker. H loves his tools, lawn mowers and loves being outside

Plastic Lawn Mower

Toddler Tool Set

Little Tykes Giraffe Ride On

So many options!! I don't think I am any closer to making a decision but I've got tons of food for thought.


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20 comments:

Christina said...

We have the Very Hungry Caterpillar board game which has been a family favourite with all four kids. It might appeal to your little one. We hardly ever buy toys for our youngest, the house if full of treasure with three older siblings. I do sometimes feel guilty but he doesn't seem to mind one way or other.

Emmylou said...

These are all too cute. I love the Melissa and Doug line.:)

cat eyes & skinny jeans said...

That Squirrel Game is too cute!

xx

Midnight Cowgirl said...

Great gift ideas! The little lawn mower is so cute :)

Unknown said...

My gosh what fun toys! One thing I regret is not playing with my girls more when they were young. I was stressed out and tired. But oh well, it is what it is. I'd to get our family more games to play. We only have Life, Monopoly, Connect Four, and Jenga. I need to institute a family game night each month.

Unknown said...

And thank you for your nice comments on my jumper. I'll have to ponder on how to wear it. I do need some new jeans which I think was my original idea.

Claire said...

So adorable!

God bless,

XO, Claire

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Laura Mitbrodt said...

These are all so cute
xo
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white and vintage said...

A lot of nice toys.The last one is my absolutely favourite :)!
Bye,
Christine

Straight A Style said...

This is my nephews age, so this is helpful!

Amy Ann
Straight A Style

Decor To Adore said...

All excellent suggestions! Have a Happy Valentine's Day!
May love and joy always be yours.

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

Sounds like your boys will soon have some more fun things to play with!

Susannah said...

These are such fun toys! I'll have to remember these for Caleb's 3rd birthday!

Elle Sees said...

Great! Sneaky Snacky Squirrel is a fave around here.

sugarlens said...

For board games, my kids like Hoot Owl Hoot and Race to the Treasure....both cooperative games so no one breaks down in tears at the end of it.

Parrott Ponderings said...

Yes my boys have loved tools of any sort and that Melissa and doug tile puzzle set. Great options!

Laura Marie Keenan said...

We LOVE the sneaky snarky squirrel game in our house!

Joanna Joy said...

These games look so fun. I bet he really enjoyed knocking down those foam walls.

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Vivian said...

I am happy to read your article.
Thanks for share the article.
Thank you so much.

Nicole B said...

Thanks for sharing! I don't think you can beat wooden and role play toys. The kids create a different story and game every day.

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