Updated November 30, 2020
It’s been a while since we’ve had a little toddler in our house, but the time has come again! I thought it was only appropriate we did a gift guide for him and other toddlers!
I really tried to think outside the box with this gift guide and include a variety of things here, and not super heavy on the toys. I don’t know about you, but small toys just seem to collect in our house and don’t get used as much as we hoped. I really thought about super fun activities and things to keep the kiddos engaged. After all, anything that can keep a toddler’s attention for more than 5 minutes is worth every penny.
Most of these gift ideas are gender neutral or have multiple color options to suit your preferences. Yay!
I hope you enjoy this gift guide and find some good ideas!
Toddler Gift Ideas – Ages 1-3
At the start of quarantine, bounce houses were selling out everywhere. They truly can be a wonderful thing to have for little ones who need to get out all that energy. I bought this bounce house for my girls and it really is a good find for toddlers and kids alike!
Small Balance Bike
I love the idea of a tiny little balance bike! This can keep really young toddlers entertained and learning how to use their feet while riding. Really good pre-bicycle training.
I feel like everyone needs a new pair of pajamas on Christmas morning, even the littlest toddlers. These come in a bunch of different variations – you’re sure to find something your little one will love.
This is such an awesome idea for toddlers. Sensory bins are so good for fine motor skills and are lots of fun. This small shop has a bunch of options, but I thought the Toy Story bin was super cute!
How cute are these toddler sized rain boots? They’re super affordable, too! If you have a Peppa Pig fan in your house, he/she is sure to love the idea of jumping in muddy puddles in them!
Acrylic Name Puzzle
This personalized puzzle is seriously stunning (Logan has one!) and also makes for great decor in a kids room. It’s a super thoughtful gift idea I’m sure anyone would love.
TeePee with Lights
I’m usually one to stray away from encouraging gifts that take up a lot of space (ESPECIALLY if you are not the child’s parent and did not ok the idea), but if you have the space in a play room or kids room – a teepee is a wonderful idea for endless fun! This one also comes with lights.
This climbing toy is from a small business and apparently a cult-favorite among many moms! Teaches kids gross motor skills and keeps them engaged with a bunch of ways to climb all over it! Another one of those gifts that take up a bit of space, so it will be good in a playroom.
Personalized Christmas Plate
I love the idea of gifting personalized Christmas plates to all siblings young and older. It can be something they use every holiday season and take with them as the get older.