Motherhood, Party Planning, Reviews, Toddler

6 Gifts For a Three Year Old Under $50


I don’t think anyone is more excited for Ridha Zaynab’s birthday than I. I’ve been planning this day, trying my best to make it extra special for her, since we are not having a big birthday party this year. So instead, I did some black Friday shopping and got her a bunch of gifts that I’m hoping she’ll be very excited for. Here’s a peak at some of the gifts we got for our three-year old.

6 Gifts for a Three-year old girl, Under $50

Cat & Jack Satchel
Target $9.99

Because my daughter is a girly girl who loves handbags.
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Melissa & Doug Dusting Kit
Target $26.99

Because my daughter absolutely loves to clean. There’s nothing wrong with that!

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Mop Set

Fruit Cutting Set
Fat Brain Toys, $16.95

This will be used in the kitchen side by side Mummy while she cooks.

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Fruit Cutting Board

See & Spell Puzzle
Fat Brain Toys, $17.95

I’d like to start working on letter recognition, let’s see how it plays out.

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Shape Sorter
Fat Brain Toys $12.99

This gift is more for Rabab (18m) to play with, but I will start to practice the names of shapes with Ridha.

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Shape Sorter

Sweet Pea Cottage
$29.99 Costco

This one is what I’m most excited about!! It’s a small doll house, perfect for Ridha’s age. I still remember the excitement and joy I had when I received my first dollhouse. I can’t wait to create new memories with my girls, and relive a part of my childhood I’ll love forever.

*The dollhouse was sold at Costco, but I don’t see it on their website anymore. You can find it on the link below at Amazon.

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Well that’s a wrap! Oh yes, that reminds me of how much fun I had wrapping up all of Ridha’s gifts. Yup, I’m one of those who takes great joy in a beautifully wrapped gift, with all the extra touches of bows and ribbons. And I’m certain that my kids enjoy unwrapping them!


What kinds of toys do your pre-schoolers like to play with? Leave any suggestions in the comments!





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