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Natasha Willis
over 1 year ago • Denver

What is the best gift for a 3 year old?

Its my nephew's birthday this weekend and I have no clue what to get him!
15 replies
over 1 year ago
When my kids were that age, anything Melissa & Doug were always a hit. No screens, no batteries, but so many options for sparking creativity.
over 1 year ago
Magnetic tiles are a huge hit in my home and offer years of play. Magna tiles
over 1 year ago
I second Manga tiles, my kids got them when they were 3 and they literally played with them constantly until they were about 10. We ended up with 2 sets they loved them so much. The original brand (Magnatiles) are not cheap, but they are so well loved and last forever. There are bunches of knock offs, but for durability the original is really good. If the magnatiles aren’t in your budget, Melissa and David have a great wooden block set that has lots of shapes!

I also love to give books, if you go to your local bookstore, they’ll give you loads of great suggestions.

Color with water books, and art supplies are always fun too.
over 1 year ago
We love Melissa and Doug and anything Montessori related!
over 1 year ago
My boys love hotwheels and the different tracks. All the tracks are compatible and my kids are proof you can never have enough cars in your collection :)
over 1 year ago
Any kids of arts an crafts supplies is always a hit anything playdoug, We love all the food making play kits.
over 1 year ago
Arts and crafts or science fun.
over 1 year ago
Magna-Tiles are a wonderful toy for a three year old. My kids liked building with them so much we ended up with several sets. They still use them and they are 6 and 9 now!
over 1 year ago
I like the Yoto Player for a 3 year old. It's a very simple music/story player
over 1 year ago
My kids enjoyed the Duplo blocks at this age. They could build all kinds of things. Fun, colorful and easy for little hand to manipulate. They come in containers as well for easy storage.
over 1 year ago
Piggy and Gerald books are fun. Also like collaborative games by Peaceable Kingdom
over 1 year ago
I don’t know what your budget is, but a water table would be great for the upcoming warmer weather!
over 1 year ago
With summer coming, anything to get them outside. Mini pool, slip ‘n’ slide, bubble machine etc!
over 1 year ago
Bubble Machine for sure!! Also if you want to buy cute hipster clothes for a tod, the brand Tea is sooooo cute!
over 1 year ago
If they haven't already got one, a trampoline is always lots of fun, indoors and out!
over 1 year ago

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