Toys For One Year Olds – First Birthday Gifts
Here are some ideas for toys that could be gifted on a child’s first birthday:
A birthday is always a special occasion, but celebrating a baby’s very first birthday, marking one year since his or her birth, is especially emotional and exciting for parents, relatives, and friends. While it may not seem as though a one-year-old child would even care about a birthday, a birthday celebration is actually a time for many firsts, including the first cake and the first time he or she receives birthday gifts from others.
Top 7 Best First Birthday Toys:
Prince Lionheart Wheely Bug Ride-On Toys
The classic ride-on toy for babies and toddlers. Available in ladybug, cow or bee patterns, these ride-ons have swivel wheels that allow baby to move back and forth, side to side, or any which way. The soft seat is comfortable and easy to wipe clean if necessary. The padded handlebar is nice, too. The toddlers who tested this toy for me were instantly in love with the Wheely Bug. It’s a sturdy and entertaining toy that should last for several years. The small size is best for smaller toddlers. A larger size is available for ages 3 and up.
What kid doesn’t love to see their name and read about themselves in a favorite book or adventure? I got this personalized book from I See Me! for my Calvin for his first birthday, and it is adorable and incorporates his whole name in a very educational and creative way. It makes such a great and affordable gift.
Themed cutlery, dinner sets, a piggy bank, photo frame, musical figurines or carousel, musical water balls are lovely gift ideas for a first birthday gift.
Best Bath Toy Organizer
This bath toy organizer is simply the best, and it makes a great, functional gift for parents and children. The suction cups let it hang securely in place, keeping everything within arm’s reach without getting in the way. It doesn’t have metal parts, so you don’t have to worry about rust.
Green Toys with their fabulous recycled plastic creations, will please even the fussiest 12-month-old. The main ingredient used to make these terrific toys is plastic milk cartons, and they’re printed in soy ink. The eco-friendly range, which also includes animals on wheels, helicopters and a stove top, is great for imaginative play.
Walkers & Push/Ride-On Toys
Once they start walking, chances are they won’t be able to get enough of it. My kids love this Sit-to-Stand Alphabet Train since it has pushing, sitting, walking, music, and learning components.
Bracelets and brooches ( make certain there are safety chains/instructions included when giving like a gift) . You can get personalized ones or engraved bracelets and brooches.