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I am a huge believer in the power of imagination. Our imaginations are actually a muscle in our brains that work to create images and process our lives and emotions. My goal is to always challenge and cultivate the imaginations of my children, so this year, on my toy list I have items that are simple, yet push our children to be creative and build their own games! This post contains affiliate links.
These are all items that will inspire your child to play big with their minds. I also want to note that if you don’t have Amazon Prime yet, you should try Amazon Prime for 30-Days Free! I love and use my Amazon Prime for diaper subscriptions, toys, books and more, and the holiday season is the perfect time to use it and get the free two-day shipping and extra holiday deals!! Use my link for the free 30 days!
Kid Kraft Everyday Heroes Play House (I’m getting this for my boys, so excited!):
KidKraft Ultimate Corner Play Kitchen Set (I would’ve LOVED this when I was little!!):
Melissa and Dough High-Rise Wooden Dollhouse
Seedling Littles Galaxy Rocket Adventure:
Seedlings Disney’s Little Mermaid Design Your Own Mermaid Tail:
Easy Playhouse Castle that’s Reversible!
Melissa and Dough Fold and Go Wood Barn:
Build and Imagine Career Dolls
Alex Toys Paper Bag Puppets (fun and cheap!):
Little Professionals Wooden Character Set:
Design and Drill Activity Center:
Wood Eats! Change and Charge Cash Register:
Wood Eats! Tea Time Pastry Tower:
NT_Big Learning and Education Magnetic Puzzle:
Blocktown Little Wooden People Play Set 22 Pieces:
KidKraft Disney Cars Radiator Springs Race Track Set and Table:
KidKraft Rocket Ship Play Set:
Cute Little Puppy Flip Over Dog:
ShutterBug Camera by BeginAgain