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Best Toddler Toy 24 Months Plus – The Mother&Baby Awards Shortlist

Section: Shopping Ideas

Can’t decide which best travel system to buy? Take a look at the products that our mum testers think deserve a place on our Mother&Baby Awards 2015.

We’ll be announcing the winners on 26th November. Be sure to check back on the site or follow #motherandbabyawards on Twitter and Facebook


See all of this year's Mother&Baby Awards Shortlists here

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Big Royal Castle, £49.99, LEGO DUPLO

An oldie but a goodie, LEGO DUPLO is perfect for stimulating creativity and encouraging learning through role play among pre-schoolers. Designed for little ones with big imaginations, the colourful bricks are the ideal introduction to creative play.
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Chug, Chug Tractor, £12.99, DK

Chug Chug Tractor is the perfect choice for children who love vehicles, machines, or anything that moves. Follow Chug Chug Tractor and learn about a busy day on the farm. There are also five exciting vehicle and animal sounds, including a revving tractor's engine and a quacking duck.
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Insey Winsey Spider, £9.50, Orchard Toys

Insey Winsey Spider is a hugely popular educational game, which encourages shape and colour recognition, develops counting skills, teaches turn-taking and introduces children to the element of chance. Children will enjoy throwing the dice, spinning the spinner and singing the song as they help their friendly spiders up and down the drainpipes.
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Key-Boom-Board, £40, Early Learning Centre

From the light up drum pads to the voice/song recording feature the red Key Boom Board is more than just a keyboard. Great for your child's development, compact and with exciting beats, the Key Boom Board provides hours of fun.
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Buzzing Brains Wooden Castle, £49.99, Kiddicare

Encouraging imaginative and interactive play this medieval themed set will entertain young minds for hours. The sizeable set comes with accessories and figures for young friends to develop their social skills as they make-believe together. The hard wearing wood will withstand any adventure your youngster can dream up.
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Tab, £99, Kurio

Kurio has become much more than a tablet with new Kurio Motion technology, which makes you the controller. The new motion apps include a spacecraft racing game, learn and fun pack, and sports games. Tab also now features an Intel processor to ensure it keeps up with even the most tech-savvy families.
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Peppa Pig Hide & Seek Game, £14.99, Jumbo Games

The Peppa Pig Hide & Seek Game is great for even the youngest (and most die-hard) of Peppa fans. Hide the Peppa Pig figurine somewhere in the house for little ones to find using the clues.
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Read with Me Scout and Violet, £29.99, LeapFrog

These cuddly interactive learning puppies are designed to encourage a love of reading. Each puppy reads from five fun books, engaging children by asking questions throughout the story to help ensure reading experiences are interactive and exciting.
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Toot-Toot Drivers Parking Tower, £32.99, VTech

Playtime with miles of learning fun. Features include a spiral ramp and sliding track, fun roller, car wash centre, parking spaces, petrol station and much more. Includes a cute SmartPoint van and sic interactive SmartPoint locations with three sing-along song and six melodies.
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Playtime Bus With Phonics, £19.99, VTech

Through over 100 interactive curriculum questions your child can learn phonic sounds, letters, vocabulary, numbers, counting and safety rules. Also includes a quiz mode to reinforce learning. Features over 30 lively melodies, plus songs and fun bus related sounds effects.
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