Last year, I started my series of posts on show and tell items from A to Z to help parents (like me) who were scrambling to find a show and tell item for their kids at the last minute. I included foods from A to Z, books for each letter of the alphabet, and toys for every letter as well. I decided to dive a little deeper and create move comprehensive lists for toys that start with each letter from A to Z – and here I am sharing the list of toys that start with the letter I!
Whether you’re looking for toys that start with I for show and tell, you’re a teacher who likes to have letter-themed toys for your alphabet lessons, or you’re looking for a gift that starts with I for a special reason (maybe you’re shopping for gifts that start with the same letter as your child’s name), this list is a great way to get started!
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Toys that Start With I
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Everyone loves this sweet and cold creamy treat! Wouldn’t your child enjoy helping make homemade ice cream? This ball is made specifically for that. Mix up the ingredients, and then roll the ball around for a few minutes and voila, double fun ice cream!
We love Iron Man at our house. Honestly, so much, we named our dog Stark. Let’s face it, Iron Man is super awesome! He can fly, he is super strong, and he is super smart. He has lots of cool toys! Anyone who loves Iron Man is sure to enjoy this toy. Iron Man gets to battle Thanos.
Each action figure has multiple faces and hands that can be changed out to best suit the time frame.
The Incredibles are just what their name is, Incredible! This action figure set has the whole family, and two villains! Sit back and watch your child, or children, act out some of the best scenes from the movies, or maybe they will make up their own drama packed scene.
Baby Jack Jack won’t just sit back and watch, even the smallest super hero can help save the day in this family!
I always loved catching bugs when I was younger. This Insect Catching Kit is a great wat to encourage your little explorer to get outside and find some interesting creatures. They have an adjustable net to catch the bugs that won’t let them get too close, and they will have the joy of using the insect tweezers to get up close and personal with the slower creepy crawlies.
Lots of different tools are provided in this kit for your child to thoroughly explore the back yard.
Kids are very fascinated by robotic toys. This Interactive Intelligent Dog toy is a great way to entertain your children. Not only does this robot toy respond to the remote control, but it also can understand hand gestures! Super cool!
Another awesome feature is that you can program this dog to do special tricks, like real dogs. There are 9 programmable treats to train the robot pup with. Watch your child become the puppy master while having a blast!
Do you have an active child that loves to tumble and swing? Is your yard not ideal for playing? Maybe it is too hot or too cold for your little one to be out in the weather. No worries! This indoor gym provides a swing, trapeze rings and a basketball hoop with 3 balls!
This gym is adjustable for smaller kids. The height can be raised from 36 inches to 52 inches. The mat is great for soft tumbling or as a protective barrier in case your child slips from the swing or bar.
Less worry and more smiles come from this indoor gym. Your little tornado can play play play!
Learning to count can be difficult for some children. This iPlay, iLearn food cutting set is a fun way to count. “Let’s count the banana pieces, one, two, three!” Three pieces make a whole banana. The pieces are magnetized, so your young one can cut the food up for you and serve a variety of your favorite treats. Maybe you can ask for 5 or 6 grapes and 2 ears of corn. So many different foods to make this learning experience a delight.
Have you rented an inflatable bounce house for a party? Did your kids have a blast? If you answered yes to both of those questions, let me tell you a secret. You can buy your own bounce house for the price you pay for renting one twice. Yep. And then you have it for every occasion.
This is honestly one of our best investments! Our kids love to play in the bounce house. No party needed. Hours and hours of fun! Get them away from screen time and watch them bounce the day away.
You can get one for outdoor use only if you like, but we bought one that fits inside our playroom just in case it’s raining.
The IQ Builder STEM Learning set is awesome for any age group. This activity set is designed with all skill levels in mind. Three books are included to help ones who are beginner level, intermittent and expert level.
They can build essentially whatever their brain can think of, ranging from a spider to a castle. Watch them create their own works of art while enjoying the process of enhancing their mind.
Do you live somewhere that it never snows? We do. Although it has its perks, our kids miss out on snowball fights and the magic of snow. Thankfully we have come across this awesome creation of insta snow. Who knew about this? Literally just add water and it turns into a replica of snowflakes. You can pack it or throw it or sprinkle it and it lasts for days! Definitely a cheap alternative than driving up north to build a snowman.
This beautiful jigsaw puzzle is sure to be a satisfying activity for any MARVEL fan. All of the bright colors that seem to blend together in this picture as all the heroes stand together at the battle of the century, to save the universe. You can feel the intensity of this battle just by looking at this picture. Jigsaw puzzles are a great stress relief and a fun way to bring the family together.
MEET THE AUTHOR
As a mom of 4 kids (and the oldest of 4 kids herself), Amanda has over 30 years of parenting experience. A former special education teacher, Amanda has a Master’s degree in Special Education and a second M. Ed. in Educational Leadership.
When she’s not working, Amanda enjoys DIY projects, exercising, photography, and long walks through Target.