VTech Toot-Toot Drivers Fix & Fuel Garage, Car Tracks for Kids with Lights and Sounds, Musical Toy, Suitable for Boys & Girls 12 Months, 2, 3, 4 + Years, English Version

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VTech Toot-Toot Drivers Fix & Fuel Garage, Car Tracks for Kids with Lights and Sounds, Musical Toy, Suitable for Boys & Girls 12 Months, 2, 3, 4 + Years, English Version

VTech Toot-Toot Drivers Fix & Fuel Garage, Car Tracks for Kids with Lights and Sounds, Musical Toy, Suitable for Boys & Girls 12 Months, 2, 3, 4 + Years, English Version

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If your 18 month old is forever bopping along to songs and music, why not allow them to make some of their own? Instrument toys can be a great way to introduce children to rhythm, patterns and sounds, as well as teach them to follow basic instructions such as ‘stop’ and ‘start’. With curious minds, the best toys for 18-month-olds are able to capture and hold their attention; with engaging characters, bright colours or interactive features that allow them to ‘play pretend’ and replicate grown-up behaviours. Toys suitable for 18-month-olds tend to include large, chunky pieces that are easy for small hands to hold, allow them to use their imagination and can help them learn about cause and effect. We had an ice cream maker (bubbles). It has cones and a handle you pull to make an ice cream.” (Tried and tested by Mumsnet user Spaceman101) They're based in convenient locations including supermarkets, newsagents and train stations. Plus they're often open late and on Sundays. The toddler years are such an exciting time. By 18 months old, your baby is likely to be fully mobile, cruising or taking those first tentative steps. They’re also going to be learning a bit more about the world around them, keen to play independently, explore their surroundings and do things unassisted.

Made from high-quality materials that provide excellent value for money, Orchard Toys are a popular choice amongst Mumsnet users who have toddlers and preschoolers, thanks to their infallible ability to make learning fun. There are open-and-close gates and spinning gears to bring on fine motor skills, and three light-up buttons that introduce colours and a few objects. The garage also has six interaction points which you drive over for sound effects. All in all, there’s lots to do and we think this would keep children of one to five years busy for hours. Following recipes just like grown-ups, children can chop and add a range of ingredients to the pot, before giving it a stir and listening as this interactive toy calls out the colours and vegetable names. We love the little knife and board to prepare their vegetables and cut them in half and the bubbling water effect inside the pot. Simply fill the Aquadoodle pen with water and leave them to explore. Their creations will appear like magic as they run the pen across the material. This deluxe set also includes three stampers and a special brush to cover larger areas and is a fun way to practice writing their first letters and numbers.All the big toy car manufacturers will have something new on offer as we head towards the Christmas shopping season, but you can never go wrong with some of the best classic toy car sets or individual cars. Some of the recommended makes and models here have been favourites with kid car fans for some years, and with good reason. MUSICAL TOY: Included is a SmartPoint race car that features 3 happy songs, 6 fun melodies and tonnes of realistic sound effects which are triggered when a SmartPoint vehicle is driven over one of the 5 SmartPoint locations We had the Tomy Foam Cone Factory – great fun.” (Recommended by Mumsnet user livingthegoodlife) Our verdict ROLE-PLAY FUN: This cute toddler toy set is great for developing motor skills and encouraging role playing as children drive their cars around, make friends, explore and use their imagination to bring their favourite characters to life in the garage setting

Is it appealing to your child? - The best toys will offer enticing elements such as bright colours, moving parts or familiar actions to attract and hold your child’s attention. At 18 months old your child is going through some huge developmental changes. Becoming more independent by the day, they will be keen to do things without assistance, explore the world and figure things out for themselves. Toys can be a great way to support this, encouraging imagination, role play and trial and error as they play and learn simultaneously. What kind of toys do 18-month-olds like? Happyland is brilliant. Really sturdy, chunky, toddler-proof toys! They are bright & colourful and cover a range of interests. We’ve got loads & my four-year-old still plays with them if I get them out for her little sister.” (Recommended by Mumsnet user Zolla) Our verdict Look out for recommendations - If you’re still not sure, ask for recommendations from friends, family or Mumsnetters with children of a similar age, chances are, their children will have played with many of the toys you’re considering too. If you haven’t yet broken your ankle by skidding on a Matchbox car, are you really even a parent? Don’t worry: we’ve listed the best toy cars and vehicles of all shapes, sizes and skills to please all manner of mini petrol heads, recommended by expert toy reviewers as well as real parents who've been there and got the injuries to prove it.Before we recommend new products, we always ask our trusted Mumsnet users, of which there are more than 7 million each month. That’s a lot of honest, impartial advice. For a please-all present for Christmas, or any time of year, we think the generous box of 36 Hot Wheels Cars, in every shade and style you can think of, are the best toy cars to buy right now. Hot Wheels cars are always a favourite with Mumsnet parents for their robustness and child-pleasing designs, as well as car-loving children of different ages. How we chose our recommendations Recommendations from real Mumsnet users Poppy O'Neill is a Content Editor at Mumsnet and a mother of two. She's been researching and reviewing baby and child products for 2 years, with a particular focus on baby essentials, toys and books for toddlers and outdoor play equipment. From potties to paddling pools and bunk beds to bedtime stories, she loves to deep-dive into research and find the best products out there. Why you should trust us The Happyland is brilliant. My girls played with it from around one all the way through until about five years of age. They were so loved that I couldn’t bear to part with it and still bring the big box out whenever we have younger kids come to visit” (Tried and tested by Mumsnet writer Lucy Cotterill) Whilst parents may curse the Toot-Toot songs and melodies when we find ourselves singing them in the shower, kids just can’t get enough of the Toot-Toot cars and vehicles.

Our favourite toy for 18-month-olds is Happyland - tough, durable and super cute, it’s ideal for small hands to hold, whilst encouraging creativity, imagination and role play activities. It’s also a toy that can be played with for years and saved for future generations! How we chose our recommendations Recommendations from real Mumsnet users Decent toy food that you can 'chop' up. My daughter loved hers” (Tried and tested by Mumsnet user BritInAus) Our verdictI got a Little Tikes Cosy Coupe car for my son when he was two and he absolutely loves it still a year later. You can buy it in the classic yellow and red or they do other designs, a princess one, dinosaur etc” (Recommended by Mumsnet user AlfieandAnnieRose) Our verdict TODDLER TOY: With lots of different ways to play with this interactive toy, help your child to explore their creativity and imagination as they design their own Toot-Toot Drivers world

Our wooden train set has been a consistent favourite from about 18months and now at nearly 3. I envisage it'll still be a favourite for a couple of years yet!” (Tried and tested by Mumsnet user WilmaJean) Our favourite features? - Interactive SmartPoint locations across the garage help bring your child’s imagination to life Selecting the right toy for your 18-month-old can be tough, so here are some things to consider when making your choice. Items that are not available in store will take 3-5 working days to be delivered to your nominated store. We have a mix of Ikea and Brio which fit together. Brio have interesting add ons like a station, car parking garage etc (highly recommend the Brio car parking garage it is my two sons most used toy)” (Recommended by Mumsnet user Sandytoes86) Our verdictAre there any educational benefits? - From creativity to role play, fine motor skills, physical skills, communication or even helping to teach numbers, colours and words, many toys for 18 months old can offer significant educational benefits without your toddler even realising. IDEAL GIFT: Perfect as a birthday present or a Christmas gift for children; this fun and exciting Toot-Toot Drivers Twist and Race Tower kids car set is sure to become a favourite

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