Christmas is the best time of the year for me! I am a complete sucker for Christmas, I go over the top and I absolutely adore it!
However one thing I’ve struggled with is finding toys to suit my toddler who will no longer be a toddler in January and will then be 3, a ‘pre-schooler’
I have put together 5 items that are affordable and are perfect for those children who you feel has everything!
1. Threading Beads
I absolutely love these, they are super cute and are absolutely fantastic for developing hand-eye coordination as well as fine motor skills and concentration.
Link: Jojo Maman Bebe
2. Role Play Sets
I am a complete sucker for wooden toys especially role play ones, I had a little browse on the Aldi website and came across 4 different role-play sets: Postal Service, Pizza Delivery, Doctor and Office.
These are a perfect Christmas present and also helps develop social skills and learn about the world around them.
3. Busy Books
I absolutely love Busy Books there’s so much to do and it captures your child’s attention straight away. These help develop problem solving skills, fine motor and many more! Some activities include colour matching, spotting differences and colour sorting. There are lots of different busy books you can buy but I’ve linked on for an idea.