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The Ultimate Gift Guide: Best Toys for Kids (3-4 Years Old)

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It’s that time of the year when we are fast approaching the holiday season. My last gift guide for toddlers ages 2-3 has been a big hit so I figured I would compile my next ultimate gift guide: the best toys for kids, ages 3 to 4 years old.

You’ll see a lot of the same toys I listed in my previous guide as the best toys are the ones that are not easily outgrown.

As always, I only list toys that I have personal experience with or are on my wish list. (I never recommend toys I wouldn’t spend my own money on.) Keep in mind that this list is geared more towards non-electric and/or educational type toys. I’ve found that I naturally gravitate towards STEM toys or the ones that inspire creative play. :)

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The Ultimate Gift Guide: Best Toys for Toddlers (2-3 Years Old)

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A list of the best toys for toddlers that have been mom-vetted and toddler-approved! Any of these toys would make great birthday or holiday gifts for kids ages 2 to 3 years old.

Since we are approaching the holiday season, I figured it’s a good time to compile my ultimate gift guide regarding the best toys for toddlers, ages 2 to 3 years old.

This is the beginning of my favorite age because you can finally start getting kids more interesting toys that they won’t grow out of as quickly. And what I really mean by that is: You can get toys you might want to play with too!

My guide includes all the toys that we already own and love or toys that are currently on my wish list. Keep in mind that this list is geared more towards non-electric and/or educational type toys. I’ve found that I naturally gravitate towards STEM toys or the ones that inspire creative play. :)

Also, the toys on this list are not going to be what’s the hottest, trendiest toys of the year but classics that should withstand the test of time. (Then again, time is relative because kids can be so fickle.)

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