Holiday 2014 Gift Guide: Toddlers

Make the Terrible Twos not so terrible this holiday season with these great gifts for toddlers!

Smart Stages Laugh and Learn Chair

What kid doesn’t want their own chair? And this is the chair! Press the light-up remote and flip the book pages to learn about shapes, numbers and so much more. The seat even lifts up to reveal even more fun with songs and phrases. The Fisher Price Laugh and Learn chair features Smart Stages, which allows parents to change the learning level as baby grows. Available at | $54.99 | Ages 12 months and up | Maximum weight capacity 55lbs

Little Tikes Big Dog Truck

Part dog, part truck, the Little Tikes Big Dog Truck has three different interactive modes that let your little explorer play in their favourite way. It can be a push walker wagon, a ride-on and a dump truck. Dog-themed sound effects will keep kids entertained while they use the Big Dog Truck to pick up and dump boulders. Available at Future Shop | $59.99 | Ages 24-36 months

Doc McStuffins Doctor Kit by Play-Doh

Play-Doh is always a great choice for young kids. It gives them the chance to be creative and create whatever they can imagine and, bonus, it is non-toxic. We love this Doc McStuffins play set, where kids can create the Doc’s fuzzy friends AND make them feel better. It is a great way to get kids excited for their next visit to the doctor. Available at major toy retailers | $14.99 | Ages 3 and up

LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Alphabet Set

If you want to give a gift that is both fun and educational, look no further than the LeapFrog Fridge Phonics Magnetic Alphabet Set. Your fridge door can become a great place to play with 26 colourful, easy grip-magnetic letters and the magnetic letter reader. Every letter talks, sings and teaches your little one letter names, sounds and learning songs. Available at Walmart | $24.97 | Ages 2 years and up

Kids Cooking Apron

If you have an aspiring foodie on your hands, this reversible kid’s apron makes a great gift. We love the combo of the Mad Scientist and the orange chevron prints. Kids can even put the apron on themselves; it has an enclosed elastic neck strap and a velcro-attached waist strap to keep it securely on. Available at Etsy | $23.00 | Ages 3-5 years


These quirky, pose able animal figures are great for toddlers with big imaginations. They are made from the cuddliest of wood and come in a range of great animal themes from roaming mountains and barn fields to the outback and icebergs. And for every anaMalz that finds a home, the Australian based company donates part of the proceeds to environment saving initiatives. Available at anaMalz | $10.00-$13.00

Gro Clock

This is a great present for toddlers and parents alike. Make sure your little one stays put while teaching them about the time of day. How does it work? Simple: using stars and suns, kids learn to stay in bed until they see the sun. Kids love the feeling of independence the Gro Clock provides and parents will love the extra sleep! Available at | $49.99 | Ages 2 years and up

Pirates Den & Royal Princess Playtents

The perfect play house for your pirate or princess. They are super easy to assemble and fit anywhere from two to four kids. The play tents have a flap front door, two mesh windows and sturdy material that make the Pirate’s Den and Royal Princess Playhouse a fun getaway for your little ones. Available at | $29.99 | Ages 3 years and up

Lost My Name Personalized Book

It is never too early to start reading to your kids. Make it even more fun and engaging by putting them in the story. Lost My Name is a personalized book with fun stories and beautiful illustrations; the first letter of each character’s name will make up your child’s name. This means that every name creates a personalized tale with a completely different casts of characters. Available at Lost My Name | $29.99 | Ages 2-7 years

Let’s Imagine Elmo

Elmo is a perennial fan favourite with young children. This year we were introduced to the Let’s Imagine Elmo. Elmo comes with three different hats; each hat unlocks different imaginary themes and play modes. There is Prince Elmo, Cowboy Elmo and Captain Elmo as well as all the other fun things one expects from Elmo. You can tickle his belly, squeeze his nose and bounce him and see how he reacts. Available at most major toy retailers | $49.99 | Ages 2 years and up

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