Do you have a toddler or preschooler obsessed with Peppa Pig too? I swear my three-year-old is slowly becoming British thanks to this show. I’ve been able to tear her away from the screen with some fun Peppa Pig toys that allow her to use her imagination and pretend. Here are our favorites!
This little car comes with Peppa Pig and Mommy Pig. There’s a button on the car that plays lots of cute phrases from the pig family. The legs on the figures can be flipped up so they can sit. Toot has a little trouble getting them to flip up and down so I help her with them. But overall she loves this car and the Peppa Pig toys.
We have at least three of these types of magnetic dress up toys. She loves the Peppa Pig one. You can take the Peppa piece and stand it up with the pink stand. Then your toddler can choose from the many outfits and accessory pieces to stick on her. Toot loves sticking on the wand, crown, and fairy wings dress to make her fairy princess Peppa.
I think my favorite part of this toy is that the box it comes in keeps everything together. It’s a nice wooden box that you can keep on a shelf or on a play table. It helps teach toddlers and preschoolers to keep everything together, too.
We are in love with these couches for toddlers. We have a Frozen one because I bought it before she was in to Peppa Pig toys. This is the perfect seat for toddlers and preschoolers. It also folds out into a lounger. They’re perfect for watching Peppa Pig, reading books, and for sitting down to play with your Peppa Pig toys.
Bonus: the cover comes off if you need to wash it. I’ve washed mine several times. You just have to take a paperclip and loop it through the zipper hole. Unzip it and throw it in the washer.
We have a few of the Peppa Pig family figurines. She loves playing with them. They’re the perfect size for little hands, and they’re great for pretend play. Your toddler or preschooler can practice social skills by making the family talk to each other. They allow for a lot of imaginative play.
You can also get a 12 pack of Peppa’s friends from Target. I’ve already ordered them for Toot for Christmas this year.
I’m getting this play house for Toot for Christmas. It’s a lot cheaper than I would’ve guessed for a play house. It’ll go great with her Peppa car.
Playing dollhouse is a great way to keep your toddler or preschooler busy and allows them to play independently. Playing house also helps develop their social skills.
Does your kid like to play with cars? Well, good news, these Peppa Pig toys are little cars with characters in them. The characters don’t come out, and they’re about 4 inches tall and the size of hot wheels cars. This pack of 6 toys comes with the royal Peppa and George too.
Trains are a big hit with my three-year-old. And this train set comes with Grandpa Pig and George figures. It also makes sounds when you press on the seat.
If you’re preparing your toddler for preschool, you can have them play pretend with this Peppa Pig preschool toy set. It comes with Madame Gazelle, Peppa and three of her friends.
If you want a full school with a carrying handle, get this deluxe version for just a little bit more.
Want to go all out for Christmas or your kid’s birthday? Get them this Peppa Pig Kitchen. It’s 37 inches tall which is the perfect size for toddlers and preschoolers.
It comes with 18 play accessories including a chef’s hat, a tea kettle, and a pan that flips pancakes. The fridge, oven, and drawer open and can hold pretend food. And it makes sounds, too! The sink wooshes, the tea kettle whistles, the stove makes sizzly noises, and the oven dings. Lots of fun!
What are your toddler or preschooler’s favorite Peppa Pig toys?
Let me know in the comments below! I’m always looking for more Peppa Pig toys for Toot. She’s obsessed with everything Peppa.
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