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Gift Guide for Kids

15 must-have aesthetically pleasing toys for the kiddos. Activity mats, the cutest play kitchen, and a sensory table that we all love.

Could this be any cuter? GAH.
The coziest little chair for your toddler, customizable too!
Help your little one learn to stack, but make it cute :)
Perfect for your little one's next playdate, this mat is easy to clean and folds compactly when not in use. Pro tip: we used ours for a high chair mat to help contain the clean up!
Cultivate their confidence, encourage intuitive riding, and develop their balance and coordination. The beauty of a balance bike is that they’ll learn to balance with their own bodies and ride at their own pace.
The ultimate toddler toy! Great for stimulating creativity and imagination. Easy to stack, create and build over and over for hours of fun!
3 removable, collapsible plastic bins hold everything from sand, water, beans, rice, or whatever sensory fun you can imagine. Comes with two reversible covers; one side is a train track and the other side is a chalkboard. Made of beautiful, sustainable bamboo, too:)
A must-have for the little artists in your home. The double-sided design features a dry-erase surface on one side and a chalkboard on the other. The included paper roll mounts to the top of the easel and unrolls for seamless creativity. Convenient, spill-proof paint cups keep paint fresh and off the floor and easy-clean plastic trays keep the artist's supplies all in one place.
Nontoxic and hand painted, this is definitely on the list for my 18 month old daughter :)
Made of natural wood, with natural wood texture, smooth surface and durable! The perfect foot set to pair with your Milton and Goose play kitchen :)
Colorful and tactile play for your youngest golfer!
Improve hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills with this fun ring toss game!
Your little one will love to learn and play with this wooden USA Map Puzzle. Its colorful design is painted with a water-based, child-safe paint.
This lemonade cart is so stylish! We love its black and white shade, and the little metal bell on the edge - it's all so charming. The chalkboard on the front is sure to be a well-loved feature, too.
Little ones will love to learn about shapes and practice problem solving with this farm animal pull toy! Looks cute in the play room too ;)


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