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  1. Kids Little Doctor Kit
  2. Tub Tunes Symphony Bath Toy
  3. Kids Wooden Workbench
  4. Constructables Motorized Vehicles Building Set
  5. Kids Wireless Mic
  6. Bruder Toy Garbage Truck - Rear Loading Green
  7. Alphabet Abacus Learning Toy
  8. Beginner Pattern Blocks - Shapes Activity Toy
  9. My Giant Busy Box Arts & Crafts Kit
  10. Bruder Deluxe Toy Fire Truck
  11. Black Toy Classic Grand Piano
  12. Count & Learn Cookie Jar Numbers Learning Toy

    Count & Learn Cookie Jar Numbers Learning Toy

    Regular Price: $29.97

    Special Price: $24.97

  13. See & Spell Wooden Learning Puzzle
  14. Calico Critters Cloverleaf Townhome Deluxe Gift Set
  15. Hop Along Pony - Inflatable Hopping Horse
  16. Telly the Teaching Time Clock - Primary Colors
  17. Learn to Dress Doll - Emily
  18. Electronic Toy Dashboard with Steering Wheel
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Developmental play is a major part of preschooler’s life. Educational toys for 3 year olds stimulate child’s motor, physical, emotional and social growth. Parents’ and teachers’ main goal is to create the right environment for this multi-benefits play. By providing smart toys and games, creative projects and materials for this milestone age, we set the basis for three year old child's ability to keep discovering fun in learning for years to come. So what is the best gift for 3 year old? Taking a look below at the selection of toys for a 3 year old it is not hard to see the appeal. The toys, games and projects are colorful, making them very attractive to a three year old. The products also sneak in that educational element, like a Mom sneaking veggies into a meal. The child doesn’t even realize he or she is learning! The child just thinks they are playing and having a great time. What is also great about these products is that so many of the items give 3 year old kids the opportunity to experience real life things like: baking, money, time, shopping, being a doctor, getting to explore the world, but with a “kid twist” on them, so the toy, game or craft is way more fun compared to “real life”! This type of play is called pretend play which opens up a child to all sorts of learning potential. And that is what it is all about, giving kids the opportunity to learn and grow!