Poll Results: Best Toys for Babies-Children

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I love talking toys. Love it. And while it can seem frivolous, and on the scale of parenting topics, toys is quite a benign topic, choosing toys wisely is beneficial for all. You will collect a lot of toys over the years, and you will be happy if you choose good quality toys that last and are worthy of keeping in your home through all of your children. You can see the original post here. You can also see a lot of the toys we have loved over the years here. Let’s break this down by age:

 

6 Months and Younger

 

Girls

Boys

7-9 Months

 

Girls

Boys

10-12 Months

 

Girls

Boys

12-15 Months

 

Girls

Boys

15-18 Months

 

Girls

Boys

  • Books
  • Cars and tractors

18-24 Months

 

Girls:

Boys

 

2 Year Old

 

Girls

Boys

 

3 Year Old

 

Girls

 

Boys

4 Year Old

 

Girls

Boys

  • LEGO
  • Action figures
  • Dress up

5 Year Old

 

Girls

Boys

  • Action figures
  • LEGO
  • Dress up

6 Year Old

 

Girls

  • LEGOs
  • Dress up
  • Stuffed animals

Boys

  • Action figures
  • Board games
  • Trampoline
  • LEGO

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2 thoughts on “Poll Results: Best Toys for Babies-Children”

  1. Hi Valerie! I've so enjoyed your posts about toys and have used them as a resource for gift ideas for my children and nieces and nephews over and over again! I would like to get your recommendation on a toy. My little guy will be 3 years old this Christmas and is into cars and racetracks. I was thinking of getting him some kind of starter racetrack set…but there are so many options out there! Was there anything your son Brayden enjoyed at this age or you would recommend? Thank you!!

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    • He wasn't ever way into race tracks. He was more into trains. We did have a hot wheels track he liked–we got it at a garage sale so it was a lot of track for not a lot of money. I would look into hot wheels. You want it to be something he can use now, but also something he will like as he gets older.

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