Let's help your little one celebrate in style with a toy they'll love and will developmentally benefit them!
£20 and Under
Wind up Musical Box - £9
This musical box is great for cause and effect and of course motor skills. Turn the handle and listen to the music.
Blanche Fabric Doll - £18A beautiful, elegant doll for your little one to keep for ever. She is a perfect companion and will fit perfectly in your little one's hand.
Peacock - Learn Colours - £16Help your little one learn and explore colours with this wooden peacock. Mix the colours to make a new one or even go outside and make the sky change colour.
Made from non-toxic paints and sustainable rubberwood. For every tree that becomes a toy, another is replanted.
Playing board games helps many developmental areas, not only increasing their cognitive skills, such as problem solving it helps develop your little one's social and emotional skills by exposing your little one to wins and loses. It also helps turn taking and playing nicely with someone else.
My Very First Games - Teddy's Colours and Shapes - £14Complete the pictures of bear and rabbit in this game that helps your little one learn colours and shapes in a co-operative or competitive game.
Wooden Bingo Game - £25
Go on the farm and have a playful game of bingo helping with memory, concentration, image recognition, turn taking and analysing skills.
My Very First Games - Here, Fishy, Fishy! - £23Your little one will have to fish out the animals in the sea with this game. Learning turn-taking, losing/wining, colour recognition and practicing motor skills by using the fish rod and putting the puzzle together.
Puzzles are great toys developmentally for little ones, they will be improving their pincer grip, problem solving, attention span and persistence to name a few.
Toddler Puzzle - Fairy Friends - £10
A perfect gift for any fairy loving toddler! Each puzzle has a different number of pieces which lets your little one process.
Alice Puzzle 'The Weather' Matching Game - £11This beautiful toddler's first puzzle matching game is a fun way for your toddler to learn about the seasons, it even comes in a fabric bag so it can be carried, stored away or even taken out and about (Arlo has one in his changing bag for emergency entertainment!).
Things to Spot Floor Puzzle - Farm - £15A chunky puzzle perfect for small hands. When the puzzle is complete there's an opportunity for your little one to follow the road (indent) and say what they've gone past on the farm.
Role Play Toy
At this age your little one may start the building blocks to role playing, why not encourage and get some toys that will help your little one do this. Role play has many developmental benefits for all areas of development, espeically speech and social.
Red Riding Hood Handbag - £38This fabric handbag is full of fun items, it has a purse, phone, keys, mirror and of course little red riding hood.
Amelie Soft Baby Doll - £34
This soft doll comes with everything your little one will need to look after her, a bottle, her toy, a blanket and the option to get her dressed.
Cesar at the Vets - £33Nurse Cesar back to health with your vet kit. It comes with medicine, thermometer, bandage for his leg, cone and carry case. The perfect toy to help learn about feelings and how to help others.
Ball Track - Sim-Sala-Kling - £75
Want to get something a little bigger for your little one? Then this ball run would be perfect, specifically designed for toddlers too young to play with marble runs. This ball run comes with a bell, dominoes and xylophone.
I hope this list gives you inspiration to give a gift you feel proud of and will help your little one continue to learn and develop.
P.s Happy 2nd Birthday little one from all of us!