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Best Toddler Gifts From Grandparents

Best Toddler Gifts From Grandparents

For those relatives that need some help shopping for that perfect gift. 

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Our editors independently selected these items because we think you will enjoy them and might like them at these prices. If you purchase something through our links, we may earn a commission. Pricing and availability are accurate as of publish time.

 

Sensory Bristle Blocks

Instead of your toddler throwing blocks around the house, they can throw these soft bristle toys that won’t make you scream when you step on them. 

Stomp Rocket

I wouldn’t recommend this inside the house unless someone is holding the rocket stand, and you can aim it at your husband. I mean, get a toy we can all enjoy.

Stomp Rocket$14.99

Pop Up Tent Crawl Tunnels

If the kids refuse to play with it, you will always have a place to hide and eat your snacks.

Foam Pogo Jumper

Give them that gift to let some energy out, it might take those uncoordinated gremlins awhile to figure it out, but they’ll get there.

Marble Run

If you still have a child who puts any old thing in their mouth, this is not for you.

Giant Rolling Wheel

If you have a lazy child, then this toy will make them run even if they refuse. Plus, this will be hilarious to watch.

Target Shooter Bear Toy

Shooting at the bear will last a hot minute, but shooting each other will last a lifetime.

Bump and Bounce Body Bumpers

When they refuse to stop fighting and hitting each other, just slip these on.

Hand Operated Drone

Remember doing this exact thing with balloons when you were younger? Now they have drones for this purpose that won’t pop.

Climbing Tower

Let your kid practice at home before they fall on the playground and have all the judging moms stare at you.

Giant Foam Building Blocks

When your skyscraper falls down, it won’t break a toe. These are particularly fun to throw at each other at the end of the day.

Garden To Kitchen Playset

This is a great outdoor toy for the kids to play with. When they lose all the small toys that come with it, they will use dirt and rocks instead, which will keep them entertained even longer.

Wooden Educational Tool Box

Since we have all become home improvement experts over the pandemic, we should give our kids the same opportunities.

Safari Shape Sorter Truck

Let your kids take their animals for a ride into each wall of your house. If there’s no damage, then no one had fun.

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