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I hope that you too finally can enjoy warmer and sunnier weather just like we. I’ve written how grateful I am for spring and hotter weather in a few last mini arts (articles where I put my short thoughts, last week’s experiences and a week of my capsule wardrobe outfits). For parents, and especially for stay at home moms or homeschooling families, this weather means more time spent outside with real pleasure. Parents can intake sun rays and inhale fresh air. And hope that kids will burn their energy and go to sleep earlier than very late 😉 Below you’ll find a list of best outdoor toys for toddlers to help them keep interested and occupied, not bothering the parent too much. And if you’re looking for Kids Day gifts for little ones in your family, here you can find good ideas for the coming season. All outdoor toys listed below have excellent reviews from customers. Let’s start.
best outdoor toys for toddlers (summer 2019)
sandbox fun equipment
1 | big vehicles
Necessarily including a bucket, shovel, and rack!!
Toddlers love playing with sand and enjoy that they can actually change something in their surrounding. They develop their motor skills, creativity and learn basic physical laws of our world.
Any list of best outdoor toys for toddlers without sand toys is just a big mistake!
I know that if I won’t take our toys, the Boys will look for the stuff brought by other kids. Big cars, a bucket, and a shovel are their outdoors essentials when they can play in a sandbox.
3 | a soccer ball
Easy to take with you and always attractive for little kids. When we don’t take our ball and the Younger sees any ball on the playground, he will chase it.
It’s a durable toy, with no small parts 😀 and rather hard to destroy.
This brand offers different sizes so a little boy doesn’t have to struggle with a ball designed for a grown-up man.
In case you’re looking for something more colorful.
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