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if you could have 3 toys for your toddler...

post #1 of 44
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what would they be?
post #2 of 44
doll, blocks, push toy (although im torn between that and a ball)
post #3 of 44
Car, doll, purse.
post #4 of 44
Hmmm

Car, Ball, drum

And books, not sure if they count as Toys?
post #5 of 44
Blocks (the multi-shape wooden ones), a doll, and a ball. I could entertain her all day with those three things.
post #6 of 44
Blocks, a dumptruck to put the blocks into, and a ride on toy.

My 1 and 3 year old each have small ride ons for inside the house (long winters) and they can ride them and chase each other for hours.
post #7 of 44
Hmmm, if books count then books, books, books would be our DD's choice. She does not care for cars or dolls and is only tangentially interested in blocks.

After books, she plays with variations of what is essentially a dollhouse for toddlers.

We have:

Little People House
Fairy Shoe Cottage
Batcave
Rocketship from i-play

so, any of those plus a ball for sure. If I have a pick left,

Hasbro Ball Popper

Yes this is a lot of plastic. What can I say - it's what she loves.
post #8 of 44
If books count, it would be Saturday With Mez, Everything Grows, and Sheep in a Jeep.

If not, it would be a playsilk, a ball, and a drum.
post #9 of 44
3 is tough, but probably a truck, blocks and a ball. I would add in a doll if I was allowed 4 though and playsilks as number 5. If books are included then books, truck and ball.
post #10 of 44
A drum, a chalkboard (is that a toy?) and a truck (since if he could answer, it would be truck, truck, and truck.)
post #11 of 44
For DD it would be books, play kitchen and doll.
post #12 of 44
Ball, truck (probably a dumptruck), and a train with a small track.
post #13 of 44
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Originally Posted by stiss View Post
A drum, a chalkboard (is that a toy?) and a truck (since if he could answer, it would be truck, truck, and truck.)
I think we have the same kid. DS would answer red truck, yellow truck, blue truck.

I'd go for... um...

Truck (big enough to put random objects in), blocks, and can I say play kitchen? Or is that an assortment of toys?
post #14 of 44
Books, a ball and colouring pencils.
post #15 of 44
a doll, a set of little animals, blocks
post #16 of 44
Ball, crayons, paper. If crayons and paper count as one, then I would add ride-on "bike".
post #17 of 44
Balls, drum, train set
post #18 of 44
We'd get the most mileage out of

ride-on
ball
plane - it's what he loves
post #19 of 44
If I remember my toddler well, cardboard box (big), plastic cup, doll/teddy
post #20 of 44
Do books and art supplies count as toys? If so, I would add a stuffed animal or doll. If not, I would include something to push or ride and a play set (Playmobil, Little People, Legos, animals, etc.).

Of course, the above assumes that the LO has access to a lot of non-toys. DD spends at least half of her time playing with things other than toys (kitchen items, boxes, pillows/cushions, etc.).
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