Sometimes, we want our toddler rooms to be memorable and fun. We want our kids to run to their rooms, get excited, and spend hours playing with their toys. But we want them to learn something when they play with their toys, and ideally, learn some words, improve their motor skills, or problem solve.
Of course, you also want the toys to be fun to look at. You are designing a kids room after all. We’ve found a couple of toys we think would be perfect for the kids’ room, as they are fun, colorful, and have a teaching element. We really like this trio of puzzles from Melissa and Doug. These are perfect for the toddler room, as they are unisex, fun, and educational. Click on the image below to get the current price on Amazon.
If you like to teach your kids about shapes, while improving their motor skills, we have the best product for you. This cube toy is perfect to practice shapes, colors, and motor skills when trying to put the bricks in the box. We personally really love this old-school look too. Click on the image below to get the current price on Amazon.
There’s nothing like reading a book. It’s something that kids of all ages enjoy. So we couldn’t help but include this perfect First 100 Words for the toddler room. While some kids are quick to start talking, others are not. This book can help toddlers get those first words out. Click on the image below to get the current price on Amazon.
If you have an older toddler, who may be getting ready for school, then this toy may be just perfect for the playroom. This one has an element of Tetris, and trouble shooting. We love it! Click on the image below to get the current price on Amazon.
It’s no secret that Legos are great for older kids, and Duplo is great for toddlers. But sometimes, we want something new to play with. We found these amazing creations where you can build, stack, and use the imagination. Click on the image below to get the current price on Amazon.
If you know of any toys that your toddler absolute loves, please share them below to help other moms, who are looking for toys to stimulate and teach their kids.