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    Default Toys for 18 month old

    Wasn't sure where to put this so mods please move if required.

    I just did a big toy clean out and would now like to stock up on age appropriate toys.

    At present she has a trike, cosy coupe, kitchen etc.

    I'm after smaller items that we can play with together or that will keep her occupied. While I do housework etc.

    So tell me, what toys did your kids enjoy playing with between 18 months and 2 years?

    Thanks ☺️

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    Blocks.
    Especially the mega block type duplo was still a little fidderly to get together

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    We got some little wooden fruit that velcro's together, it comes with a knife so they can 'cut' the fruit.

    Makes a regular appearance

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    My DS is loving these things right now

    Drum
    Xylophone
    Trains
    Trucks
    Tonka trucks
    Books
    Pencils and paper
    Toy foods - he loves it! Bought from Kmart in a tub.

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    Wooden peg puzzles
    Instruments
    Farm animal figurines
    Dress ups

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    Peg puzzles
    Music instruments
    Dress ups
    Blocks
    Cars
    Painting and craft activities
    Real baking
    Tub of water to 'wash dishes'
    Doll and stroller
    Balance bike
    Gardening tools

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    DD1 loved wooden puzzles, reading books, her Tupperware shape-o and watering the plants with her watering can at that age.

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    My youngest is 21 months but she loves

    Barbies
    dolls / pram
    kitchen and cooking utensils / play food
    Play jewellery and her handbag
    wooden Dolls house with wooden furniture
    Loves her books!!!

    I think any pretend play is going to be a hit from 18 months onwards and will grow with her nicely.

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    Thanks everyone for your responses. You've given me some great ideas 😀


 

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