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Recommendations for gifts for a 2 year old please

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Fivemoreminutes1 Mon 28-Sep-20 06:36:31

Aquadoodle mat
Animagic dog

faithfulbird Mon 28-Sep-20 06:26:49

Play dough, paint, character plush toys...

CVGap Mon 28-Sep-20 06:22:18

Duplo - can interconnect with Lego so great when they're starting to play with both.
Choppable food DC had a fruit set they loved.
Playmobil - the younger version 1-2-3 is yellow rather than blue.

BritInAus Mon 28-Sep-20 05:53:29

Duplo or decent toy food which joins together with Velcro and you can 'chop' it up. My DD loved her toy birthday cake she got when she was 2 so much that I always buy the same one for any second birthdays.

And at 5, her Duplo still gets played with most days, even though she plays with Lego too now.

Doginabandana Mon 28-Sep-20 05:49:02

Little tikes car
Balance bike
Playmobile 123
Play doh
Play tent /teepee (lots of toddlers enjoy a den.
Dressing up outfit
Play food/kitchen equipment (pans, utensils etc)/supermarket trolley/basket.
Train set (preferably with a bridge.)
Dolls pushchair
Car transporter/toy cars/building vehicles
Hats - hard hat, police helmet, firefighter helmet and high vis waistcoat and a tool set.

Guineapigbridge Mon 28-Sep-20 05:27:48


(our duplo set still gets pulled out by my almost 9 year old!)

Fivemoreminutes1 Mon 28-Sep-20 05:25:41

Mega bloks
Julia Donaldson book collection
Personalised kids dinner set
Bubble machine
Magnetic fishing game
Play tent and tunnel

Leeds2 Sun 27-Sep-20 23:33:50

Something from the Happy Land toys. I bought the police car and ice cream cart for my two nephews, then 18 months and nearly 3, last Christmas and they seemed to go down well. I will be buying something else from the Happy Land range this Christmas.

HKmummymoo Sun 27-Sep-20 22:09:00

Any idea what is a good idea to buy a 2 year old please? Ideally gifts that are good fur 2-3 year olds.

Thank you!!!

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