Still, it’s a beautiful bear, and well worth having around the house anyway. Tonka Diecast UK Emergency Vehicle - Pack of Three: £11.99, Argos Tonka prides itself on making cars that last, which is a good job given toy cars seem to crash far more frequently than real cars.This set of realistic emergency vehicles are practically guaranteed to be a staple in any car loving child’s collection.
Still, that pretty much covers it when it comes to three-year-olds, who understand the world around them by replicating and role playing it at home.
Puddleducks is a national franchise offering courses across age groups in various locations – gift vouchers come in multiples of £10, and for an extra £9.99 you can send a Puddleduck soft toy too.
But make sure you check that the classes run near your recipient’s home before buying.
As children develop more complex language and their imaginations grow, their games also become more interesting and their fascination with the world around them becomes more intense. Role Play Costume Hats: £15.99, Amazon When it comes to dressing up it’s nearly always the head gear that makes the outfit. RNLI Kids Future Crew T-shirt: £9, RNLI It’s never too early to teach your kids about water safety, and there can’t be a child on our islands who doesn’t get excited by a lifeboat station.
So it’s no surprise that roleplay, vehicles and animals feature strongly in this list, with an emphasis on toys that allow the child to set the rules of the game. This box of hats from Melissa and Doug uses the idea that you don’t need anything other than the hat by providing five of them - pirate hat, crown, cowboy hat, fire chief's helmet, and fedora. You can support the work RNLI do and turn your kids into heroes in one quick change with this unisex Future Crew t-shirt.