Any recommended toys for toddlers? Prefer those educational in nature

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I have some preferences on the brand of the toys that provide educational purpose: - Leapfrog toys e.g. alphabet fridge magnetic tiles, - Melissa and doug - learn puzzles and color - Plantoy - most of them are wooden toys and the blocks are good for imagination skills - Lego - For young children, duplo lego is recommended.

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My daughter absolutely loved the jumbo jigsaw puzzles that you can make on the floor. I would usually make them with her. Another favourite was Duplo. The big chunky sizes of the blocks and the colours could keep her busy for hours.

Why not get your tot an instrument?! These are very good for brain development. Anything also that lets them pretend is good, like things that let them build (Duplo, huge blocks sets), or a doctor's kit

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Magna-tiles has a new line of magnetic blocks out specifically for little fingers, ages 12+ months. It's called people's blocks. It's good to help boost math skills. junior engineer it helps in fine n gross motor skills

Melissa & Doug wooden puzzles have different varieties. You can never do wrong with building blocks, too.

Foam mat with alphabet and animal shape. Play doh is also good for motor skills

I love e leapfrog brand of toys n stuff. Very interactive n educational