As your child approaches age two, they are exploring their imagination more through storytelling and pretend play. They are also learning more about self-control, problem solving, and are learning new words each and every day. These days, every single day is a new experience for your growing toddler.
Keep playtime fun and explorative with these great picks from the Green Piñata catalog.
Growing toddlers love being social, and your little one is no exception! Toys that encourage your toddler to interact with them, as well as the people around them, are crucial to their cognitive and social development. Toys in this category also promote healthy problem-solving and fine motor skills growth. Check out these great interactive toys for your child from our catalog:
- Chef's Choice
- Floating Island
- Happy Noisemaker
- On-The-Farm Threading Set
- Big Top Magnet Book
- My Pet Puppy
As your child grows, their cognitive abilities also grow. Keep them challenged with more complex puzzles that have more pieces. They will love the colors, and being able to recognize the objects on the puzzles, too! These puzzles from our catalog are perfect for developing young minds:
Building is an essential part of developing a child's imagination. Little ones love to make things come together. Building blocks allow them to express their creativity, and bright colors help fascinate little minds. Your little builder will love these blocks from our catalog:
Not only are the colors, letters, and sizes educational, but little hands are starting to understand how to take things out and find hidden objects. Talk to your child about the letters, colors and sizes of the blocks and see how they explore fitting each of the various sizes into one another. Take a look at these great nesting blocks from our catalog:
Your toddler loves to dance, shake, and, well, hit! Music inspires rhythm, and toys that your child can shake and hit (without hurting themselves or others!) will excite them while helping them develop an interest in music. These toys from our catalog will help your child create their own music:
Toddlers are starting to recognize that there are "this many" objects, and teaching them to count will further build on this concept. Stacking toys are great because not only are they easy for little hands to grab, but they teach counting, colors, and further elaborate on sizes. Give your child these great shape sorters from our catalog:
Which of these toys are you excited for your little one to play with? Share in the comments!