Wednesday, January 28, 2015

4-Year Old Girls & the Toys They Go Gaga Over - 2014-2015

Early 2015's Best Toys for 4 Year Old Girls

What are the best picks in toys for 4 year old girls for 2015? Well – they are certainly more entertaining and educational than they have been in years before, as the world of toy makers are focused primarily on building the intelligence of the future generations. Score!

And while there have been hundreds of toys released this year, only a select few make the grade when it comes to what your 4 year old cuties are guaranteed to go gaga over.

Out of a top-notch list of 10, I have researched, scoured, and hand-picked the 3 best toys for 4 year old girls – each with innovative, unique qualities that will enrich the intellect of your pint-size princess, while amusing her to no end.


Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile Cart

I admit – I am not well-researched on Doc McStuffins, but I love the idea of having a go-to medical cart that kids can wheel around to ‘check up on’ their patients.

I was always perplexed as to whether Doc McStuffins was a spiffy veterinarian or a full-fledged doctor for the human varieties, but her patients are usually stuffed animals – so, let’s say she’s just a really great, all-around, everyone’s favorite little doctor.

This mobile cart has everything a kiddo needs to provide TLC to human, animal, and teddy bear patients.


Fur Real Friends Get Up and GoGo My Walkin Pup

GoGo is a personal favorite of mine because she is simply too-cute and SO fluffy with pristine, white fur and a sweet disposition.

Her face is adorable, resembling a real puppy, and she is perfect for kiddos who have begged for a doggy companion. Only this pup strays away from pooping on the carpet. Instead – GoGo is more about learning new tricks, forming unique friendships, walking on her awesome, purple leash, and going everywhere those aforementioned friends go.


Melissa & Doug Deluxe Standing Easel

These standing easels are classic, timeless, and traditional! They are sleekly designed with one side being the dry-erase/painting board, and the other side being the old-fashioned, genuine chalkboard.

There are paints, chalks, and markers included, as well as gigantic sheets of paper with place-holder clips that keep the paper from moving too much.

There are 2 no-pinch, kid-friendly hinges on either side of the easel, providing easy-open access that kiddos can do on their own. This feature also makes for simple fold-away storage, and these easels are sleek enough to stow into most nooks, crannies, and crevices.

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