New Toys Online

New Toys Online
It’s been a busy few weeks of adding more toys online. I always try to finish adding new lines by the end of June each year. This means that the summer months aren’t as busy and once September comes, sales pick up and I have less time to add toys online to my website.

Since I don’t get to post about every new toy I add, I thought I’d write a blog post to show them off and so you can find them all on one page! Here’s what’s new to Toys and Games Ireland.

  1. Multiplication Square

Wooden Multiplication Square

A multiplication square is a wooden educational toy that will help your child recognise multipication patterns and learn their tables.

2. Noah’s Ark Shape Sorter

Le Toy Van Noah's Ark

This Noah’s Ark Shape Sorting Toy is made by Le Toy Van and comes with Noah, his wife and lots of wooden animals that can be played with as part of this set or separately.

3. Balance Blocks

Balance Blocks

Balancing blocks is a real skill but try doing it with funny shaped blocks and it becomes a lot harder. This Balance Blocks is a set of 18 different coloured and oddly shaped wooden stones. This is an activity that some children will love doing on their own while others will enjoy challenging you and other family members to see who can stack the most blocks before the towers fall!

4. Baby Handprint Sets

Baby Hand Print Kit

This clay moulding set comes in a lovely little suitcase. The clay is baby friendly and there’s enough to make a handprint and a footprint to keep forever. The clay can be remoulded until you are happy with the outcome and then you can let it dry.

5. The Very Hungry Caterpillar 4 in 1 Jigsaws

The Very Hungry Caterpillar 4-in1 PUZZLES

This box contains 4 different jigsaw puzzles featuring the Very Hungry Caterpillar on his journey to become a beautiful butterfly. The puzzles vary in difficulty – starting with 12 pieces and working up to 24 pieces.

6. Stacking Jungle Animals

Stacking Jungle Animals

This set of wooden stacking animals is made up of 12 beautifully painted wooden jungle animals. They can be played with separately or your child can have fun stacking them on top of each other.

7. Xylophone

childrens xylophone

You’re  never too young to enjoy making music. This wooden xylophone has 8 notes and it comes with a song book so your child can learn to play

8. Porcelain Tea Set

Porcelain tea set for children

How cute is this suitcase with a porcelain tea set inside? It’s perfect for a teddy bears picnic or a dolls tea party and lots of fun can be had with a little bit of water.

9. Tambourine


This is a beautifully neutral musical instrument for children or adults.

10. Build and Play Ocean Rescue Boat

Ocean Rescue Lifeboat Playpress 2

This build and play set from Playpress has an RNLI lifeboat to make and then play with. It comes with 2 characters which you also have to make.

11. Build and Play Farmyard

Farmyard pop out play set

This is a similar build and play set, only this time you are making a farm yard, animals and farm accessories.  These are plastic free toys that will encourage creativity and imagination.

12. Rory’s Story Cubes

Rory's Story Cubes

This is a set of 9 picture cubes. Throw them to get a unique combination of pictures which you need to make up a story using a picture from each cube. These story cubes are great for all ages.

13. The Original Spirograph

The Original Spirograph

The Original Spirograph is exactly what you’d expect it to be. It’s just like the spirograph that we used to play with when we were kids. It’s brilliant for making intricate pictures and patterns.

14. Deluxe Magic Set

The Deluxe Magic Set from Melissa and Doug Toys has 10 professional tricks for beginners to learn and master.

15. Where’s Wally on the Beach Jigsaw Puzzle

Where's Wally? On the Beach - 250 piece jigsaw

This Where’s Wally 250 piece puzzle would suit an older boy or girl who likes Where’s Wally and doing jigsaws!

I hope you like the selection of, toys I’ve just added. You can find my full range of toys online here.

xx Suzie


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