Toys that cost €20

Toys that cost €20

This week I’m highlighting some of the toys I sell that cost exactly €20.

Those of you who are already familiar with my website will know that the vast majority of toys in my shop cost less than €20 and often children like getting several small items instead of one bigger one. For those who want just one toy, here’s some of the toys I stock that cost €20  (at the time of writing).

This  flat  doll  comes  with  an  assortment  of  magnetic  clothes.
Make your own Handprint Pictures

My First Handprint Pictures from SES Creative

This is a fun craft from SES Creative for children aged 1-4. Adult supervision and help will be needed to do this activity.

Make your own Scented Candles

Make your own Scented Candles

This craft set for older children teaches them how to make some gorgeous scented candles.

Janod – Bath Explorer’s Map

Janod - Bath Explorers Map

This jigsaw puzzle sticks to bath tiles and floats on water. The perfect way to learn where continents and countries are.

Space Hammer Bench

Space themed wooden hammer bench for toddlers from Small Foot Design Toys

This is a lovely wooden toy for a toddler that will help develop their fine motor skills. Tap the keys with the hammer and the little space men will pop into the air!

First Trucks

Orange Tree Toys Wooden First Trucks

This is a set of three brightly coloured chunky wooden trucks. They are suitable for children aged 1+. I also stock a similar First Emergency Vehicles set.

Create and Play Drill Set

Create and Play Drill Set

Use the battery powered drill to screw the shapes into patterns on the case lid. There are patterns to copy or make your own ones up.

Balance Blocks

Balance Blocks

This set of wooden stones are perfect for practicing your balancing skills with.

My First Pottery Set

First Pottery Galt Toys Ireland

Make your own pottery jars and bowls and paint them with this lovely craft set from Galt Toys.

If you haven’t found anything here that really takes your fancy, you can buy a €20 voucher and then the child can choose something for themselves.

xx Suzie


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