toys for 12-24 month olds

5 Toy Recommendations for 12-24 Month Olds

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Toys, toys, toys. The toy industry is worth billions in dollars. When children are older and can voice their opinions about what they want and don’t want, it’s much easier to figure out what toys to buy. But if you’re kids are still learning how to walk and talk, determining what to get may not be as easy. Not only that, even if you feel confident about what to get for your kids, you may feel stuck on what to get their playmates for occasions like children’s birthday parties.

toys for 12-24 month olds

Well it’s time to get unstuck. Here are some toy recommendations for 12-24 month olds. These toys were chosen based on their childlike appeal, quality and their ability to introduce your “little ones” to things they like and need to know. Feel free to explore the affiliate links below.

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Fisher-Price Stride to Ride Dinosaur

Acts like a walker to help baby perfect his first steps and can be used as a ride on and push toy long after your child has learned to walk. Plays music when the child presses the buttons and lights up too.

Leap Frog Animal Fridge Farm

Don’t let  the fact that this toy has a magnetic back and is meant to be stuck on the fridge deter you from getting it. Help little ones recognize and imitate animal sounds and create their own animal pairs.

Fisher Price Pull-Along Xylophone

What child doesn’t like music? Enourage your child to create their own tunes with this easy to use xylophone. The size is perfect for little hands and the bright colors really help to draw them in.

Playschool Busy Poppin’ Pals Toy

This is the toy you want, so that little hands can practice motions like pushing and pulling, pressing, twisting and sliding.

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Learning Puppy

Who doesn’t want a puppy? Your child will love that this puppy teaches body parts, plays music and teaches alphabets and counting.


Do your children go crazy for “playtime”? Which toys are their favorite?

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