Trying to decide what to get that toddler in your life? Here’s a list of the TOP Sensory Toys for toddlers!
Can you believe the Holidays are upon us already?!
It’s crazy how quickly this year has just flown by! For those of you just beginning your Holiday shopping I wanted to share with you these Top Sensory Toys for Toddlers!
This is a great list for anyone….parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, etc. I’ve made sure that every price range is covered….you’ll find gifts from $5 all the way up to $300….but these are all toddler approved and sure to be a hit this year!
Sensory Toys for Toddlers
Sensory toys for toddlers are the perfect gift to give. Not only are these sensory toys fun but they are educational. Sensory toys make great gifts that every parent will love....especially if their child suffers from sensory issues.
These sensory blocks are awesome because toddlers can stack and build with them, but they're also transparent so the light glistens through them beautifully. Watch your toddler be mesmerized by these awesome building blocks!
These water beads with toys would be the perfect filler for the table above. My kids will spend hours playing with water beads...honestly, I will too! There's no sensory experience like running your hands through water beads...it's really cool!
If you don't want all of the bells and whistles of the sensory table above...then this one may be a good option. I love that it's waterproof and has a lid so you can change up the materials used inside.
Honestly, if your toddler doesn't have a sensory table yet....that's the sensory gift they need! The options are endless with a sensory table and the hours spent playing are definitely worth the cost!
This busy board book is great for taking on the go to keep toddlers entertained. We kept one in the car for whenever we went out to dinner. The busy book is filled with enough activities to keep my antsy kids seated until our meals arrived!
One of the BEST things I did for my kids was teach them HOW to express their feelings. These sensory bottles help with teaching them what they're feeling and how to calm themselves when they're feeling a certain way.
My niece has this set and will spend forever sorting and resorting the fruits and veggies. Sometimes she'll sort by color, sometimes she'll sort by food type, sometimes she'll bring each piece to me and tell me what it is.