DS got a micro scooter for his 2nd birthday that he still loves, a woody and buzz doll ( toy story) , chalk board, mini jumping castle ( we put it up in the sun room when its raining!) and a trampoline that he still uses daily!
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11-07-2013 21:23 #12Senior Member
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Dont have a 2yr old boy but I have a 2yr old girl. My suggestions are: puzzles, scooter/bike, or crafty things like paint, playdough etc.
11-07-2013 21:40 #13
My 2 year old ds loves
Any planes (obsessed ATM!)
Anything with wheels (ESP if he can sit on it!!)
Loves his trains
I could go on.. But planes are a winner!
11-07-2013 22:52 #14
Question regarding the scooter - is that the 3 wheel style?
Thanks for all other tips! I'd love to get a trampoline but no room. He has a water table for summer and we've just introduced playdoh...which mum is the only one to use properly so far! I think I'll start looking to make up a craft style box - thanks
ETA - he already has heaps of books and trains/cars as he's been obsessed from a very young age!
11-07-2013 23:41 #15
Yep 3 wheels - this is the one DS has , my 20 month old niece has the same but she also has the seat attachment so she uses it like a balance bike, you can easily take the handle off and turn it back into a scooter!
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04-08-2013 19:32 #16Senior Member
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A balance bike? I have a 2.5year old DD and had never heard of them but saw one at Toys R Us recently. Wooden things with no pedals or training wheels. Apparently they are good for balance and moving to a bike with pedals...
Also my DD loves her scooter. She got it for her 2nd birthday and initially found it a bit hard but only took a couple of months and she is quite good at it now (3 wheeler one)
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