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Posted on Oct 27, 2012

Toy Guide for Girls Aged 3 and 4

Toy Guide for Girls Aged 3 and 4

Be inspired by my list of toy ideas for little girls aged 3 and 4.

Something soft and fluffy

There are so many seriously cute animatronic pets available this year. Look out for deals on last year’s releases: Animagic My Best Friend Benji, Emotion Pets Milky the Bunny, and FurReal Friends Cookie My Playful Pup. New for 2012 are: Emotion Pets Cherry the Cat, FurReal Friends Bouncy My Happy to See Me Pup, and the beautiful FurReal Butterscotch Baby Pony. Sesame Street fans will be pleased to see the return on a ticklish Elmo, Tickle Time Elmo.

Baby Dolls
Top names in the baby doll sector include Baby Annabell, Baby Chou, Chiccobella, Tiny Tears, and Baby Born. And don’t forget all the accessories – a lovely crib, a beautiful pram. For something a little more iconic, and a lot less realistic, Cabbage Patch dolls have been re-released this year.

Construction and Creativity
There are two new DUPLO ranges for 2012 you should take a look at. DUPLO Disney Princess includes a range of sets of different price ranges and sizes, right up to the largest set, Cinderella’s Palace. I also love the Creative Cakes set (pictured). It’s £20 and comes with bricks and decorations to make yummy muffins and cake slices.

Role Play
This is the age when kids really want to mimic the adults around them. Look for toy kitchens, play food, doctor’s kits and school-style chalk boards. Also consider buying dressing up outfits, which help get kids into the spirit of role play games, and practice dressing independently.

Tots TV
What TV programmes does your little girl enjoy? Most have their own toy range. Current popular shows for girls of this age include: Cloud Babies, Little Charley Bear, Baby Jake, Ben & Holly, Peppa Pig, Raa Raa the Noisy Lion, My Little Pony, Everything’s Rosie, In the Night Garden and Jungle Junction.

Tech Toys
You’re never too young to benefit from a bit of technology. For educational video gaming, take a look at the new LeapPad2 and rival InnoTab 2. For a cheaper alternative, take a look at the Leapfrog TAG Junior and TAG pens which help develop literacy skills.

For ideas on where to get inspiration, toy bargains, and stocking fillers, visit my complete Christmas shopping guide.

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