The best Tesco toys for toddlers

Best Tesco toys for Toddlers

by Lily Anderson |
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Whether you're searching for a last-minute gift, a toy that promotes development or a good deal, British supermarket, Tesco, is here to help. With over 3,400 stores nationwide and the ability to buy groceries online, shopping has never been easier. If you love to do your weekly shop in-store or get it delivered straight to your door, here are the best Tesco toys for toddlers to add to your basket.

Best Tesco toys for toddlers 2022

Get your Clubcard at the ready as we run down the best Tesco toys for children. Kerching!

Is it raining outside? If so, a fun indoor activity is to throw a tea party. Round up your child's favourite toys, set the table and encourage your tot to use their imagination. Whether it's dancing, laughing or reacting to the 30+ songs, sounds, tunes and phrases that this teapot has, your child will have hours of fun.

Review: "This tea set is loved by my two-year-old. She likes to listen to the different songs that the teapot sings. It also lights up, which teaches her the colours. I like the tray with cakes of different shapes, which is a jigsaw."

Find out how to throw an afternoon tea party that even fussy toddlers will love.

If your youngster loves watching episodes of Hey Duggee on repeat, then they'll love joining the Squirrel Club with this talking soft toy.

Any mini CBeebies fans will take this toy with them everywhere. Not only does this teddy feature a collectable character badge, but it also has six woof sounds from the show.

Oh, and batteries are included - alright squirrels, here we go!

Discover our recommendations for the best teddy bear storage that you and your kids will love.

Get your child curious about reading with this fun book from Leapfrog. This book is filled with colourful pages where your little one can touch each picture to hear the animals, along with finding out some new exciting facts with every category.

Kids will adore joining animal friends Turtle, Tiger and Monkey as they learn new vocabulary.

Review: "Really good book for little toddlers, my son loves it."

Read our full LeapFrog Toys Learning Friends 100 Words Book Review.

According to Importance of Play, a study conducted by Barbie® and a team of neuroscientists explore the positive impact doll play has on children. It brought to light new evidence that doll play activates brain regions that allow children to develop empathy and social information processing skills, even when playing by themselves.

What better reason to treat your baby to a present than helping them develop? And these Kindi Kids are totally adorable.

Review: "his doll is so much fun for ages 3-6. My daughter loved it. It was brightly coloured and exciting for her to look at and play with. She really enjoyed the features it has! I would recommend as a birthday or Christmas gift."

Does your child love Barbie? Check out Barbie launches first doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic.


When is Tesco toy sale?

Are you looking to save money on gifts for Christmas or your child's birthday? Teaming buying presents with the Tesco toy sale will help you roll back the price. According to Money Saving Central, "The half price sale is hosted three times per year, in Late March, Late September/early October and then a further sale in December".

Make sure to bookmark this page as shopping experts here at Mother&Baby will update this page with the latest deals.

How we chose the best Tesco toys for toddlers

Deciding the right gift, game, book, doll or teddy bear for your toddler can be difficult. You want to ensure that it will withstand the terrible twos, keep them engaged and promote healthy development.

That's why here at Mother&Baby, we've pulled together some of our favourite Tesco toys for you to shop from, including an amazing Carousel Lets Shop Cash Register.

When deciding what toys made it onto our list, we looked at everything from the price to skill development opportunities and whether or not this would be fun to play with.

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