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Best Toys for 3 year old boys

Updated on August 6, 2013

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Best Toys for 3 Year Old Boys

The best toys for 3 year old boys are the learning and developmental toys. For parents that want to encourage outdoor play, there is Bilibo which is a half shell toy where they sit inside it, hide under it, or use it in the sand or snow. This toy stimulates the child’s mind rather than setting a predetermined way the toy must be used.

A great exercise toy is the PlasmaCar which isn’t the typical bike with pedals. The child will have to use his feet and arms to maneuver the car, which tends to strengthen their bodies and can be used inside or out.

Top rated as the best toy for 3 year old boys is Stomp Rocket Junior which can be used inside or out, and includes four foam rockets so they can share with their siblings and friends.

There is an array of toy puzzles which are exceptional fun for 3 year old boys such as New Dinosaurs, and Gears! Gears! Gears! Puzzles can be in the form of building blocks which are fun and mind stimulating. Dado Cubes and Squares interlock, and can be used for a few years to come.

Some of the best toys for three year old boys are the light up nightlight pets such as Twilight Turtle which they can bring to bed with them. These toys have stars that light up the room and a star guide for the parent to teach them the constellations.

What little boy can resist a truck to carry cars on, a nice one made of wood called Car Carrier. Toys for traveling like Tadoodles are the best toys for boys three years old. Tadoodle crayons can’t roll away and paper designs come with it, or try Aquadoodle which comes in a little case with a pen that fills with water so they can draw and doodle.

Every little boy likes to have his own chair like mommy and daddy, the Nod Chair makes a great toy, and is machine washable. Besides being cute, with a wide selection of prints they are very soft and comfortable filled with polyfoam, and easy to move from place to place since they also sell a cover case to pack them in.

Play homes that can be placed inside or out are great fun, little tents can be easily moved and used inside in inclement weather.

The best toys for boys three years old to use in the tub are ducks, and Tubby the Tugboat, and All That Glitters Goldfish which changes colors and keeps them amused for a long time to come.

If your child seems musically inclined there is an array of toy instruments like Wolfgang Amadeus Piano, drum sets, and toy guitars. These are great toys to peak their interest and also see if they have an innate musical ability.

There is an array of blocks, coloring books, and DVD’s that are inexpensive. Some great DVD’s are Elmo, Polar Express, Finding Emo, Pinochio, Cars, and many more. Those are just a small selection of DVD’s out there, but don’t be surprised if only one DVD keeps your child’s interest for months.

Stickers are always popular and can be put on their coloring pictures, paper, and even on some of their toys. Always popular are the interactive toys where you and your child can role-play. There are bubble lawn mowers, plastic pails and shovels, medical kits, and kitchen sets. With these best toys for boys three years old, you will never have a boring moment with your child. Most toys are durable and are washable to pass down to siblings.

Smart phones aren’t only for adults you can teach your children letters and numbers, and put online puzzles games on them when traveling. All the toys above are the best toys for boys three years old.

Written by B. A. Williams

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      B. A. Williams 4 years ago from USA

      Well I wrote this for a website and someone beat me to it, so it went here. Glad you enjoyed it, and as always thanks for reading.

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      Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

      these are practical toys for young children.. I like the smart phone Idea.. yeah numbers could easily be learned when they use this type of toy.. I hope it's just a child's version LOL great hub ..:)

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