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This *Play-Doh Play n’ Store Table™ is a fun, creative way keep your little one(s) busy. Great for sensory play! And it comes with plenty of play-doh and accessories.
Michael can spend hours playing playing on his table!!
The store I linked to above and in the picture is Kmart since they are the one of the very few that still have it in stock. But since they are closing more and more stores, which may make delivery unavailable to your area, the other store is HomeStuff. They are a little more in price, but they do also include free shipping.
You can also check out *Amazon for other types of Play-Doh tables and kits as well. Unfortunately, they too are sold out of this particular table at the moment.
Take a look at my post on ‘Homemade Playdough Recipes‘, which also includes ‘edible’ playdough.
This is another toy that Michael will spend a lot of time on, specifically the easel part to draw and color.
This *Ready, Set, School! kit is an awesome way to help your tot with learning hand eye coordination.
I will be placing this under the tree for Michael this year.
The *One and Only Kinetic Sand Paw Patrol Adventure Bay Beach will light up the face of your little one Christmas morning.
What kid doesn’t love Paw Patrol? Or sand? This is another gift that Michael will be receiving this year.
Let your tot relax in style in this *Crew Furniture Traditional Kids Recliner. In addition to the two colors below, you can also get this in magenta and jet black.
The great thing about both of these, is that they can also be remotely controlled by you.
If you live in an area where there is bound to be snow, it could be a little difficult to ride a bike and car outside, so get them bundled up and send them out to play in the snow with this *Sno-Ultimate Kit.
Below are the *Melissa & Doug Building Blocks Set (100) on the left, and on the right is the *Spark .Create. Imagine. 150-Piece Wooden Blocks Set.
Michael has the *Melissa & Doug Set already from last Christmas and he loves building and playing with them, so I’ll be adding on the *Spark .Create .Imagine Set on the right to his block collection this year.
Slime isn’t usually what parent’s want to put in front of a toddler, but I promise you, they’ll love it. It’s a great sensory play activity, and if you need a few minutes to sit and take a quiet moment for yourself. I’ll be gifting this Rainbow Glitter Glue Slime Starter Pack this year to Michael.
The mess that slime can leave can put off anyone buying it, but head on over and see my post on How to Remove Slime.
What kind gifts do you typically get for your toddler? Let me know in the comments below.