Best Toys for 4 Year Old Girls in 2012
We are going to take a look at some of the Best Toys for 4 Year Old Girls. Whether you are buying for your own daughter or someone else, these ideas will help you find the perfect gift for any girl age four years old.
Yes, you can get this kids tablet in pink – or even green for active outdoor girls (or those who like green more than pink) – but the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Disney Princess Bundle is a wonderful way to make a four year old girl quite happy this Christmas.
If you have the original LeapPad Explorer (which you can get cheaper now), you will be happy to know that the LeapPad2 takes care of some of the major problems of the first generation of this tablet for kids. It is super durable and is designed to move along with your child. For example, you need to tilt and move it for some of the games.
The addition of the Disney Princess pack is great for little girls who are already into them. If you get this, spend the extra money on the recharger (around $50 extra) because this BURNS through batteries quickly. You might also get 4 AA rechargeable batteries.
For little girls who may be an aspiring artist – there can never be enough in the world – this easel set from Melissa & Doug is put together well and has a reasonable price for the quality. You can generally find it for anywhere from $50 up to $80 depending on where you get it.
It comes with quite a few art accessories needed for aspiring artists. Also, it folds up for easier storage when not in use. Having said that, you can also leave it set-up all the time if you have an area dedicated to art or play. What is cool about this is that you get a lot of use out of it without spending on art supplies! It features double sided chalk and dry erase-boards.
Now, before you freak out, you should realize that you can easily take a digital picture of their artwork so that it can be saved before they erase it if you want. This makes it easy to give them a Flickr page or somewhere else on the web to show off their art work. Yes, you can even upload the art photos to Facebook for the whole family and friends list! Worth the money? We think so.
If you want to test if the girl you are buying for is going to possibly like LEGO sets in the future, you can get this simple LEGO DUPLO set that is safe for four year old girls. And if they’re into Disney Princesses, they’re going to get a kick out of the fact that it is Snow White and her cottage.
This is a bright and cheerful Duplo LEGO set that comes with 28 Big pieces great for small hands. At the same time, the set has quite a bit of details. It also comes with a Snow White figure and a white rabbit – one of the forest creatures.
This set has gotten great reviews from parents and children. It is not too difficult to put together, but it will give them a little test – while they’re having fun, of course. And once it’s set-up it can be good for hours and hours of pretend play.
Yes, we have yet another Disney Princess toy, but there are quite a few four year old girls out there who are getting into them in a big way. So, this is a Fisher Price Little People set that is themed for the princesses from Disney, including Cinderella and Snow White.
It’s a bit pricey at around $50, but when you consider the hours and hours of pretend play that can be had with it, the price doesn’t seem that high.
There is one thing you should know – it IS going to take a bit of time to put together. You should give yourself plenty of time – and have the right tools – so that you can get it built BEFORE it’s time to open presents.
Other Top Toys for Four Year Old Girls
If you want other ideas, you can check out master list of the Best Toys for 4 Year Old Girls for even more ideas. Or, if you have any suggestions, leave a comment below and let us know what you think would work for a girl this age. Thanks!
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