Perfect for the independent toddler that just wants to help out with everything, this solid wood tower allows them to come up to kitchen counter height to help with cooking, baking or just about any other activity that would require them to be higher up. Unlike a traditional stool, the Learning Tower is fully enclosed, making it safe for even 18-month-olds. The Limited Edition version comes with removable side panels with activities like a chalkboard and paper-holding clips.
To buy: Little Partner's Limited Edition Learning Tower, $229
For the slime and fashion accessory-loving kid in your life, Glam Goo combines the best of both worlds. Kids can customize their slime (already included) with glitter, scents and colors, and then store them all in the included fashion accessories.
To buy: Glam Goo Deluxe Pack, $30
We all know what a pain it is to move car seats from one car to the other. Thanks to the new Graco Turbo Booster Takealong (available in highback or backless versions), it now couldn't be easier. Meant for kids from 40 to 100 pounds. In backless mode, which the highback version can convert into, the seat magically folds up to 50 percent of its size so you can just put it in the included carry bag and give it to whatever relative or friend will be driving them later on!
To buy: Graco TurboBooster TakeAlong Highback Booster, $100
Made of water-resistant fabric and with padded shoulder straps, the prints on these backpacks are so cute you'll be wondering if you can wear it too! Our favorite part? The magnetic closures, so little fingers don't have to fumble with zippers and snaps and inevitably yell out, "Moooooom!"
To buy: Tula Toddler Backpack, $79
Little Pokémon fans will go nuts over this adorable Pikachu edition of the popular handheld Nintendo 2DS XL. As an added bonus, the bright yellow color might make it hard(er) for them to lose!
To buy: Nintendo 2DS XL Pikachu Edition, $160
Whether you already have a mini Jedi on your hands or you're hoping to get the next generation into the "Star Wars" fun, this first reader boxed set is the perfect way to go. It comes with four Level 1 readers that introduce kids to all the iconic "Star Wars" characters—new and old. The boxed set is sold exclusively at Barnes and Noble.
To buy: Learn to Read With Star Wars: Chewie, Level 1 Set, $12
Who's tired of cleaning up all the spills that little ones are inevitably making with their drinks? The new Everlast cups are 100 percent spill-proof and leak-proof. The best part is your child can drink from any edge of the cup!
To buy: Everlast 360 Cup, $8
I think everyone would agree that the world could definitely use a little more kindness these days. These super soft, organic cotton shirts come in sizes 2T to 12 and would bring a smile to anyone's face.
To buy: Savage Seeds, $23
Take your playground game up a notch with these super cute and functional sand toys. Trust me, this will be one of those toys you won't want to get rid of.
To buy: Available mid-March at the MOMA Design Store
If you—or your kid—were huge fans of the original "Dragons Love Tacos," you'll be excited to learn that there's now a sequel filled with all the same taco-loving dragons from the original and the same hilarious text. The kicker this time? The dragons discover the world has run out of all tacos! Gasp!
To buy: Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel , $11
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