So you’ve given your daughter all the toys she wished to have for her birthday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, and even during her school graduation. Buying the toys she has requested is easy. Buying another toy that she will appreciate even when she has not requested for it is not.
The first thing to consider is your daughter’s personality and hobbies. Does she like being outdoors, like the arts, or love watching TV? Does she like to read or act or help with household chores? Does she like to play by herself or with other children? Once you’ve figured it out, then you’ll know which educational toy will be perfect for her.
Here are some tips for moms and dads who are running out of ideas on what to give to their young daughters:
Mommy’s Mini Me
Always underfoot while her mom is busy in the kitchen, laundry room, or the living room, this little girl will surely love any educational toy that is related to household chores.
She will be happy to receive a dollhouse where she can practice arranging furniture as she has learned from her mom. She will also thoroughly enjoy pretending to cook her favorite recipes in her very own toy kitchen. This child will most certainly love to don that apron and work with her toy kitchen accessories as she prepares something delicious with her wooden play food.
Mommy’s little girl will also be glad to have her own toy ironing set or washing machine and practice folding her doll’s clothes. She will also love a toy box with cute designs and pastel colors to go with her pretend play toys.
Daddy’s Little Girl
This little girl loves to go outdoors with her dad or play sports. She already has all the ballgame paraphernalia she wished to have. What other stuff will she probably like?
Daddy’s little girl will be happy to have her own tent, a sleeping or mummy bag, or an airbed. She will also love gadgets she can use during swimming like flippers or those toys that float. A folding trampoline, a balance base, a balance beam, roller skates, a bicycle, and even a pedal car will surely put a smile on her face.
The Studious Girl
A girl who likes reading books and do arts and crafts will certainly enjoy having her own easel and art table where she can store her art materials. She will most definitely enjoy creating something from those boxed arts and crafts projects, an activity that not only enhances her creativity and imagination but also improves her reading comprehension. She will also love those stamp sets, bead crafts, and scrap booking materials.
Other than books, studious little girls will also enjoy science kits, puzzles, and board and card games that she can play with her friends. Educational software on word games, adventure and mystery, strategy games, or those with interactive storybooks will surely make her busy with your computer.