22 of the best toys for 7 year olds
We've tried, tested and chosen the top toys for boys and girls aged 7 to 8 – from playsets and dolls to scooters, mini drones, craft kits and even an exploding, light-up-lava volcano...
Your 7-year-old is becoming more independent and curious about the world (this is the age of a million questions!), and their play is becoming more sophisticated as a result. They also probably enjoy testing their physical limits with more complex moving skills, as their gross motor skills develop at pace.
Which type of toys are best for 7 year olds?
Your 7-year-old is super-curious and fizzing with ideas and questions. They want to play with toys that are engaging and challenging – and their pretend play has become much more involved and creative.
They've probably grown a fair bit in the past few months, and rapidly refined their balance and coordination skills, so pedal bikes and more 'grown-up' scooters are a great buy – as are toys that require running around exercising those improved gross motor skills outside.
Your 7 year-old spends time playing independently but also loves playing with their friends – and using toys to invent quite complex imaginary worlds. They also like games that can be noisily enjoyed together.
More like this
Your child is also ready for toys that take a little time and patience to build, nurture or collect – from craft projects to more complicated construction toys.
Best educational toys for 7 year olds
The best educational toys for 7-year-olds will inspire curiosity and put those developing physical skills to the test. Plump for toys designed to spark the imagination, particularly role-play games that allow for sophisticated roleplay, and craft and construction toys that demand more complex fine motor skills. Science and STEM toys present opportunities to explore the world through problem-solving and play. Some of the toys on the list may not seem overtly educational but activities that promote dexterity, movement or creativity all deliver learning opportunities that are ripe for this age group.
If you have a family Nintendo Switch console, you might want to check out our list of the best Nintendo Switch games for kids, which is broken down by age to help you find games suitable for your child. To save some money on toys, take a look at the best Black Friday toy deals, Yoto Black Friday deals, Tonies Black Friday deals and Jellycat Black Friday deals we've found for you, or check out our selection of the best Squishmallows.
Best toys for 7 year olds at a glance
Best science, STEM & building toys for 7 year olds
- Great for video game lovers: Pixicade Mobile Game Maker, £19.99
- Great for learning pre-coding skills: SmartGames Cats & Boxes, £15.99
- Great for interactive building: Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Course, £54.99
- Great for construction skills: Fiesta Crafts 3D Construction Model, £15.98
Best creative toys for 7 year olds
- Great for fine-finger skills: Gift in a Tin Magical Fairy Fun, £13.53
- Great for endless creativity: Loom Band Twister Craft Kit, £6.50
Best role-play toys for 7 year olds
- Great for movie-inspired fun: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Delivery Van, £40
- Great for pet-related role play: Scruff-a-Luvs Cutie Cuts, £29.98
- Great for farm-themed role play: Schleich Large Farm House, £69.99
- Great for vehicle play: Hot Wheels Action Sky Crash Tower, £77.56
Best interactive toys for 7 year olds
- Great nostalgic buy: Tamagotchi Pix, £58.99
- Great interactive pet: MINTiD, £89.99
- Great for interactive fun: Squeakee the Balloon Dino, £79
Best dinosaur toys for 7 year olds
- Great for prehistoric-themed role play: Schleich Volcano Expedition Base Camp, £199.99
- Great budget buy: Build Your Own Tyrannosaurus Rex, £9.99
Best dolls and soft toys for 7 year olds
- Great fashion doll: L.O.L. Surprise! OMG Cores Series 6 – Sketches and Melrose, £29.99 each
- Great novelty toy doll: Barbie Pop! Reveal Fruit Series Dolls, £26.99
- Great for cuddling: Cam the Calico Cat with Beanie Squishmallow, £20
Best active toys for 7 year olds
- Great all-action game: Legends of Akedo Powerstorm Triple Strike Tag Team Arena, £59.99
- Great ride on toy: Liferyder Infinity Scooter, £135
- Great for football fans: Smart Ball Soccer Bot, £49.99
Here is our pick of the best toys for 7-year-olds, as tested by children and rated by their parents
Best Science, STEM & Building toys for 7 year olds
1. Pixicade Mobile Game Maker, £19.99
– Great for video game lovers
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: L30cm x W23cm xH5cm | Batteries: None
Awards: Editor's Choice, MadeForMums Toy Awards 2022
A great combination of creativity and gaming, Pixicade is all about drawing out a video game on paper and then seeing how it comes to life as a real game. The games can be played on either a tablet or smartphone, and shared with friends in the Pixicade Arcade on the app.
Included in the box are 5 Pixicade pens, 3 game design booklets with an introduction to concepts, activities, templates and 40 drawing pages that take you though ever more complex tasks. Two special QR codes allow you to access the app on 2o devices – and with the app, you upload a pic of your game and, in 30 seconds, the game will be ready to play.
"I like that my drawing comes to life," said our child tester Jack, 7 (pictured above), "and that you actually get to play it as a game. It's my best toy after Lego and playing outside! My favourite games to make are the maze ones and each one gets better."
We were blown away by what a clever idea this is, how brilliantly it shows kids, step by step, how to improve their game creation and fix glitches – and what great value for money it is.
Our younger testers, like Alexandra, aged 6, needed a bit of supervision but her mum Nicola was impressed by how creative it is. "Nicola quickly made a simple game," she said, "where you have to catch stars and ice creams and avoid a venus fly trap and a fire pit!"
2. SmartGames Cats & Boxes, £15.99
– Great for learning pre-coding skills
Age suitability: 7+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: Box approx 24cm x 17cm | Batteries: None | Awards: Editor's Choice, MadeForMums Toy Awards 2023
It may seem simple but this single-player game develops logical thinking, problem-solving and pre-coding skills and is a whole lot of fun to boot.
The object of the game is to move one puzzle piece at a time until all five cats are inside a box. We love that it has 60 multi-level challenges to complete, providing longevity for your 7-year-old. The mid and high levels are a genuine challenge for parents to join in with, too.
We were impressed by the quality of the cat pieces, which are cute and tactile. And the compact board comes with a snug lid making it perfect for travel.
Our parent tester said, ‘The game is really well made. It is one of those toys that you can play for hours on end and re-use over and over. My daughter really, really enjoyed it. It’s a fantastic twist on a moving pieces puzzle game and the quality is fantastic. It's a really well-thought-out game.’
Available at: Smart Toys and Games
3. Super Mario Adventures with Luigi Starter Course, £54.95
– Great for interactive building
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L9cm x W31.7cm x H26.2cm | Batteries: 2 x AAA (not included)
This 280-piece LEGO set creates an interactive Super Mario Adventure course starring Mario's friend Luigi. The course blends real-world construction with video game-style play – you make your way around the course, collect coins and battle Pink Yoshi.
The real draw is the Luigi figure which reacts to obstacles with different facial expressions. He also has animations on the LCD screen on his tummy and plays music and sound effects from the Super Mario video games.
The course itself has fun elements including a spinning seesaw and flying challenges. We really like the Spinning Seesaw Challenge that’s included in this course – great fun! Comes with Pink Yoshi, Boom Boom and Bone Goomba figures.
4. Fiesta Crafts 3D Construction Model, £15.98
– Great for construction skills
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: Varies but roughly L45cm x W32cm x H25cm | Batteries: None
With this foam-board, slot-the-pieces-together construction kit, you can build a detailed 3D fire station, hospital, castle or a train station – no glue, scissors or tools required. The inside of the building is open at the back and the model comes with furniture and accessories to place inside.
The build itself is great – long enough to require some concentration but not tediously long – and the instructions are clear. But it's the open back and the attention to detail in the finished model – from opening doors and sliding windows to a helicopter to land on the hospital helipad and a firefighter to send down a fire station pole –that set this craft kit apart and gives it some brilliant play value after the build's complete.
Our child tester Leo, who's just turned 8 and made the fire station (pictured above, right), was really impressed. "Wow, I love this because I want to be an engineer when I grow up. The way the garage doors can slide open is really cool. You can also see everything inside the building from the back!"
'It's very high quality and a very reasonable price," said Margaret, mum of our other child tester Jessica, 7 (pictured above), who made the hospital. "The instructions were great – this toy is very good to build and play with!"
Best creative toys
5. Gift in a Tin Magical Fairy Fun, £13.53
– Great for fine-finger skills
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L10cm x W14cm x H5cm (tin) | Batteries: None
This is a complete craft set in a tin, including all the materials you need (including pipe cleaners, fabric flowers, thread and glue) to make up to 8 wooden-headed fairies and a fairy door.
The instructions are easy to follow and picture-led and there's plenty to keep little fingers occupied over several crafting sessions – unlike some kits where all the fun is quickly had and then it's over.
Our child tester Roselyn, 6 (pictured above), happily spent an afternoon crafting away with her older sister Jasmine, 8. Roselyn needed a little help from time to time but Jasmine managed everything independently. And both were absolutely delighted with what they made, according to their mum Janet.
We particularly like the fairy door in this kit - it's very sweet – and makes a great prop for fairy play after all the crafting is done.
6. Loom Band Twister Craft Kit, £6.50
– Great for endless creativity
Age suitability: 8+ | Best for age: 8+ | Size: L29.5cm x W16cm x H4cm | Batteries: none
In this neat set you get 3,000 loom bands in 12 different colours and patterns, as well as all the tools you need to twist, create and secure your creations.
The beauty of loom bands is there's no limit to what you can create with them. Our child tester adorned her arms with bracelets and rings. You can fashion bouncy balls, key chains and animal and floral designs, as well as mastering the many, intricate techniques of weaving the bands together.
Available at: The Entertainer
Best role-play toys for 7 year olds
7. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Delivery Van
– Great for movie-inspired fun
Age suitability: 4+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L38.1cm x W20.32cm x H20.32cm | Batteries: 3 x AA (not included) | Awards: MadeForMums Toy Awards 2023
Our home testers (and the MadeForMums team!) had great fun playing with this exciting playset, which features the pizza van out of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem movie. Brightly coloured and decked out in fun features, the van is designed to help Turtle fans and their friends recreate scenes from the film.
The biggest feature is the pizza-fire button, which slings pizzas in quick succession from the van’s motorised launcher and is adjustable so you can hit targets near and far.
The van opens front and back and comes with 8 pizzas to load up and fire. While there is room for all four Turtles and even Splinter to sit together, the figures are sold separately and none are included with this set, which is something to note if your child doesn’t already have the figures.
Our child tester Harry, 7, thought this was “a really cool toy.” His mum Louise noted that the cost of the toy can really add up once you factor in buying the action figures but said Harry “Was so excited to open it and set it up. He was really impressed with how fast the pizzas flew out of the side of the van. He had lots of fun playing with it and showing his 3 year old brother how to flip out the pizzas too."
8. Scruff-a-Luvs Cutie Cuts, £29.98
– Great for pet-themed role play
Age suitability: 5+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: L15cm x W25cm x H23cm | Batteries: 2 x AAA (included)
This super-shaggy puppy (choose from a Yorkie or a Frenchie) comes with clippers for you to clip its fur into a tidier shape and stuff the clippings into a little cushion for your pup to sit on.
The box includes a comb, collar tag, doggy nail polish and other styling accessories – and the box itself doubles as a pooch-pampering salon.
It certainly has a lot of wow factor: the clippers make a great buzzing sound, there are accessories to unwrap and, well, who wouldn’t love to paint a pup's toenails?
The dog itself is a cute soft toy once shaved and shampoo'd but obviously the thrill is all in the initial unboxing and clipping. "I loved cutting her hair and washing and drying her," said our child tester Annabelle, 7 (pictured above) . "It was a lot of fun and I loved bathing and drying her. This is one of my best toys and I really hope Santa will bring me another one."
9. Schleich Large Farm House, £69.99
– Great for farm-themed role play
Age suitability: 3+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: L49cm x W14cm x H34cm| Batteries: None
This generously-sized playset features a 2-level farmhouse with a kitchen and bedroom, extending out to a detachable stable with hay loft, fences and a winch.
It comes with 2 people figures and 7 animal figures and accessories including hay bales, a bed, flower boxes, a wheelbarrow, a dog bowl and a carrot.
It's designed beautifully and with great attention to detail. Our child tester Stanley, 7 (pictured above), liked the hay winch and the little mouse best. We like the detachable roof and the opening windows and the hatch in the hay loft floor for taking the hay down to the animals. And we're impressed that the farmer figure has movable arms so he can hold and 'push' his wheelbarrow.
Don't be fooled by the 3+ age description: this is definitely an older child's toy – with lots of little accessories that a preschooler would probably just lose or struggle to pick up.
10. Hot Wheels Action Sky Crash Tower, £77.56
– Great for vehicle play
Age suitability: 5+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L83cm x W50cm x H70cm |Batteries: 4 x D (not included)
This tall tower, complete with a looping track, means you can race multiple cars up and down at the same time. It features a motorised booster that makes the cars jump high and crash in mid-air, and comes with 1 Hot Wheels vehicle (others sold separately).
It's nice and sturdy – and huge (although happily the base does fold when not in use). Our child tester got hugely excited watching the cars cross each other – they go really fast with the booster – and, of course, the crashes are awesome! It's easy to assemble, though placing all the (super sticky) stickers are a bit of a faff, and it does only come with 1 car.
Available at: Amazon
Best interactive toys for 7 year olds
11. Tamagotchi Pix, £58.99
– Great nostalgic buy
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L7cm x W6cm x H3cm| Batteries: 2 x AAA (not included)
Awards: Gold, MadeForMums Toy Awards 2022
This revamped version of the classic '90s toy allows you to interact with your Tamagotchi pet in a whole new way, thanks to a built-in camera. You can use the camera to take photos with your Tamagotchi character, play with them, cook for them, bathe them and customise your items, then connect with friends and send your Tamagotchi on playdates.
You can collect multiple Tamagotchi characters and raise them with different traits and jobs, and you can also complete missions on Tamagotchi.com to unlock additional features. Although it is a little bit pricey, especially as it runs on batteries rather than being rechargeable, it's very cool and a lot of fun.
Our child tester Niya, 7, was immediately sold. "I love this Tamagotchi," she said. "I love to use the camera to take photos with it and also take selfies with it. There are so many games, and also I like to complete the missions – some of them are really hard and challenging."
Sofia, mum of our other child tester Elizabeth, 8 (pictured above), added, "Every morning when she wakes up, she thinks ‘'Tamagotchi time!' and is excited to check on her pet. She particularly likes the babysitter function, but does not enjoy parting with the 'money' she's earned to pay for it!"
Choose from pink, purple or a balloon design.
12. MINTiD Dog-E, £89.99
– Great digital pet
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: L25.4cm x W13.5cm x H25.4cm | Batteries: 1 x 3.7V Lithium Rechargeable Battery (included)
This highly interactive robot pet has hundreds of responses and personality traits. No two dogs are the same as each one has its own combination of colourful lights, eye shapes, and collar design. Just like the real deal, every dog will behave differently, whether that means they demand food regularly, want lots of walkies or just want more hugs.
Whatever their behaviour, your dog will use emotes, icons and messages to communicate with you. You can either interact with the dog itself or through Dog-E’s connected app and even teach it a few tricks.
Our toy tester, Melanie, 6, said: "It is very fun! I like playing the start and stop game with Elsa (the name Melanie gave her Dog-E). There are so many things to play with Elsa in the App. I like changing her colours, I like to feed her with the bone and then she will follow me and I like to take her to the vet."
13. Squeakee the Balloon Dino, £79
– Great for interactive fun
Age suitability: 5+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L40cm x W22.5cm x H30cm | Batteries: 6 x AAA (not included)
This green plastic dinosaur is shaped like it's made of balloons and programmed with 70+ interactive sounds and movements.
It comes with headphones (put them on him and he'll dance) and a squeaker bone (squeak it to make him stomp and roar, put it in his mouth and he'll chomp down and play tug of war with you). You can also 'pop' him and pump him back up, with the included play balloon pump.
Squeakee's a bit of a battery-guzzler but he's impossibly cute – and has real wow factor. Our child testers were all absolutely enthralled with him and immediately wanted to show Squeakee to all their friends and relatives.
"I love Squeakee so much – he's just so funny!" said Rowan, 7 (pictured above). "My favourite is making him fall down asleep, and then I get to pump, pump, pump him up like a real balloon! Sometimes he even farts!"
Best dinosaur toys for 7 year olds
14. Build Your Own Tyrannosaurus Rex, £9.99
– Great budget buy
Age suitability: 8+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: 38cm-long (once built) | Batteries: None
This clever kit contains 23 thick cardboard parts that you slot together to build into a sturdy T Rex that stands in a suitably menacing crouch – and, when you pull a tab, opens its fearsome jaws.
"I like how the T Rex roars when you move it," said our child tester Ethan, 7 (those are his hands proudly displaying his finished dino in the picture above). "Some bits were tricky to build and I needed help but I liked looking for all the different pieces and fitting them together. It looks great when it's finished!"
The instructions could be a little clearer in places but the build is great fun and takes about 40 minutes. Comes with a press-out T Rex Fact Stand.
Available at: Build Your Own
15. Schleich Volcano Expedition Base Camp, £199.99
– Great dinosaur toy for 7 year olds
Age suitability: 4+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: L43cm x W45cm x H35cm| Batteries: 3 x AA (not included) and 4 x LR44 (included)
It vibrates, smokes, has a river of light-up lave and actually erupts, spewing out stones. And, if you can take your eyes off the volcano effects for just a minute, this playset all ofeatures a research station, an obstacle course, an escape slide and a secret cave.
It certainly delivers on the excitement front: sounds, vibrations, flashes lights, smoke – wow! "The volcano is great," said our child tester Ted, 7 (pictured above). "I like making the rocks fall down!"
The whole set is extremely well designed, with some great accessories and lovely detailing on the good-sized ankylosaurus and gigantosaurus figures that come with it. "If someone likes playing with dinosaurs, they will really like this," added Ted. "The best bits are the caves underneath and the laboratory at the top – and the firing cannon!"
Best dolls and soft toys for 7 year olds
16. LOL Surprise! OMG Core Series 6 – Sketches and Melrose, £27.99 each
– Great fashion doll
Age suitability: 4+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: H23cm| Batteries: None
Awards: Gold, MadeForMums Toy Awards 2022
These 2 articulated dolls, sold separately, are loud, bright and colourful and very poseable. Sketches has long rainbow-coloured hair while Melrose has blonde hair and big purple eyes.
They come – as you'd expect from the LOL! Surprise label – with 20 'surprises', in little paper parcels, that you unwrap to find clothes, a hair brush and accessories – and there's also a stand. The clothes seems a bit tricky to get on and off at first – until you discover that the doll's hands are removable.
“The first thing my little girl said when she got Sketches was 'Wow!'," said Ellie, mum of our child tester Edie, 7. "I feel like they're a more fun and upgraded version of the Bratz Dolls I used to play with when I was a child. The quality is great: every element is fantastic."
Samantha, mum of our other child tester Isabella, 6 (pictured above), was equally impressed. "Isabella likes the outfits and has been having fun interchanging them with each other. She loves Sketches’ long rainbow hair and Melrose’s cool guitar bag. The dolls have encouraged some great imaginative play."
17. Barbie Pop! Reveal Fruit Series Dolls, £26.99
– Great novelty toy doll
Age suitability: 3+| Best for age: 3+| Size: L:12.5cm, W12.5cm, H32.5cm| Batteries required: None
The Barbie Pop! series comes with one surprise after another. Our child testers loved opening their drink cup to reveal their fruit-themed Barbie (she comes in one of four flavours: strawberry lemonade, fruit punch, watermelon crush or grape fizz).
A neat feature is the colour-changing hair – you just add cold water to your doll and watch as a bright hair streak runs through her hair and make up appears on her face. You can take them away by adding warm water.
The container also unboxes a fruit-scented slime that's hiding Barbie's pet and a number of accessories. Plus, ice cubes that you can "pop" open to reveal extra roller-skates and a mini-drink.
For child tester Lucy, 5, unboxing this toy was a huge part of the fun and she especially loved playing with the "gooey" slime afterwards.
18. Squishmallow, £20
– Great for cuddling
Age suitability: 3+ | Best for age: 6+| Size: 41cm| Batteries required: None
With their big eyes, fuzzy fur and squashy insides, these toys are great for squishing – and they've acquired cult status with older children who also enjoy collecting them.
One of the first Squishmallows was Cam the Cat. Now, his brother Calico has hit toy shop shelves in his super-stylish purple beanie.
Cam comes in multiple sizes but we're plumping for the 16-inch, as it's a great size for bedtime hugs.
Best active toys for 7 year olds
19. Legends of Akedo Powerstorm Triple Strike Tag Team Arena, £49.99
– Great all-action game
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ | Size: L47cm x W46cm x H12cm| Batteries: 3 x AA (not included)
Awards: Silver, MadeForMums Toy Awards 2022
Taking Akedo warrior play-fighting up a notch, this cool 2-player arena playset has space for 6 plastic figurines (3 per team) and features 2 easy-to-use tag-team levers that allow you to switch your warriors mid-battle. Turn up the volume and you’ll hear over 40 high-octane battle sound effects blasting out, then watch the scoreboard light up as you hit your Split Strike button to celebrate victory over your opponent.
It’s good fun in a silly, bash ‘em up kind of way that children of all ages – and even adults – will enjoy. Our child tester, Ahmed, 6 (pictured above), absolutely loved it.
"I like pulling the trigger to change my warriors, listening to the songs while I played – and winning!" said our other child tester, Lucas, 6.
Lucas’s mum, Angela, thought it worth the money. "This is a toy with great entertainment value," she said. "We especially loved that we could press the split strike button when one of us won the battle."
Comes with an instruction manual but – do note – only 2 Akedo warrior figures. You can play with just 2 figures but you won't be able to play tag-team without buying more.
20. Dr Zigs My First Giant Bubble Starter Kit, £24.99
– Great for outdoor play
Age suitability: 3+ | Best for age: 6+ | Size: H25cm (bubble wand) | Batteries: None
This eco-friendly bubble kit comes with enough concentrated mixture to make up to 1,000 giant bubbles, a bubble wand, cotton rope and a book of instructions and tips to help your child get started.
It takes a wee while to get the hang of making the bubbles (and diluting the mixture correctly) but the results are truly squeal-makingly spectacular.
Our child tester Jaime, 7, said. "The bubbles are incredible – this is super cool and exciting!"
We like that the mixture is biodegradable and that some of the proceeds from sales go to a charity that's buying ventilators for an intensive care unit in Wales.
Available from: Amazon
21. Liferyder Infinity Scooter, £135
– Great for balance and coordination
Age suitability: 5+ | Best for age: 7+ | Weight: 5.5kg | Max user weight: 50kg | Batteries: None
This stylish, all-terrain foldable scooter has 2 big 12" wheels and handlebars with 3 height settings (extending from 75cm to 85cm). It’s available in more than 35 different graphic designs – which can be peeled off and replaced as your child's tastes change.
We found it to be a wonderful ride for an older child – it has a real glide and a lovely wide footplate. We also like the big wheels, the grippy handlebars and, of course, the choice of designs.
Holly, mum of child tester Evie, 7 (pictured above), said: "My daughter loves this scooter and this is her preferred choice over her bike and another scooter she has. She loves the funky design on the scooter which makes it really unique and she feels really grown up."
Available from: Liferyder
22. Smart Ball Soccer Bot, £49.99
– Great for football fans
Age suitability: 6+ | Best for age: 7+ |Size: L19cm, W19cm, H16.5cm | Batteries: 4x AA Batteries (not included) & 3x AAA batteries (not included) | Awards: MadeForMums Toy Awards 2023
This intuitive football trainer will help you improve your football skills, whether you play in single or multi-player mode.
It uses sensor technology to try and tackle the ball from you plus the robotic base keeps track of the football wherever it goes, weaving itself around any furniture or obstacles —perfect for indoor play!
Our Made for Mums tester Fraiser, aged 7, said: "I like that the Soccer Bot chases the ball. I like dribbling the ball away from the robot to practise my skills and it is good exercise. I will play with this lots and show my friends."
Another parent tester said: ‘This is a truly awesome toy! It’s really so much fun, and great exercise because you have to move really quickly to beat the robot! We are big fans of this toy that is for sure!’
Available at: Argos
Images: Product websites
About the author
Helen is Deputy Editor of MadeForMums, the author of Parenting for Dummies (Wiley, £17.99) and the Head Tester for our MadeForMums Toy Awards. She has written about parenting for Mumsnet, Pregnancy & Birth, Prima Baby, Boots Parenting Club and She Magazine and she's also been Consumer Editor of Mother & Baby. She has 3 boys and a heavy-duty washing machine.
We've got more top tested and rated toys here...
Helen is author of the classic advice book Parenting for Dummies and a mum of 3. Before joining MadeForMums, she was Head of Community at Mumsnet and also the Consumer Editor of Mother & Baby.
Six big family moments that matter – and the products that make them easier to navigate
These products from John Lewis & Partners help support the memorable moments of family life.