15 Fun Toys that Start with Q
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 Q!
Whether you’re looking for toys that start with Q 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 Q 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 Q
1. Queen Costume
All little girls love to play dress up. No matter what the costume may be, they open up their imagination and become the costume. A Queen costume is just perfect to set their mind where it should be. The woman in charge, the ruler of all. The most beautiful dress and gloves, complete with a beautiful crown. This queen costume is a perfect addition to any little girls closet.
2. Quiet Book
If you are looking for a great learning tool for your toddler or small child, this quiet book is a perfect toy. With this soft felt book, your child can learn to physically tie a shoe, zip a zipper, button shirts and pants, snap buttons and more! They will also learn textures and shapes with this washable book. This is a great and simple way to interact with you child while teaching them. No batteries, no worries. Take this book wherever you and your child go to extend their learning time.
3. Quad Ride On Toy
If you are looking for a toy that brings more thrill than the action figures and video games? Let them enjoy their own Quad Ride On toy. With the 12 Volt battery powered Quad, you child can pick between 2 and 3 mph. They can go forward or backwards and travel on multiple types of terrain, such as grass, the beach, cement or even ride indoors on wood floors and carpet. This quad is sure to bring some excitement to your childs days.
4. Queen Poppy
Trolls just wanna have fun!! This is the song that Queen Poppy sings with this Queen Poppy World Tour Doll. She sings the fun pop version when you have her holding her ukulele and when you have her holding her electric guitar, she sings the rock version. She also comes with two different outfits, her pop style blue dress with blue crown, of her rock style black dress with spiked collar. Let your child start their own version of the World Tour with their favorite version of Queen Poppy!
This quadcopter is very similar to a drone, but not quite as pricey. This toy has a single button for take off and landing. Simple instructions for beginners. Easily programmed to stay at a certain height. This quadcopter has 4 wings that each have 7 bright lights, that way you can see it flying even in the night sky. This toy is equipped with a battery that has an extended charge time, suitable for hours of play time.
6. Quiz Poster
If you are looking for a way to save space and make learning fun at the same time, this ABC Quiz poster is perfect for your toddler. Messy hands are not a problem with this easy to wipe clean poster. Learning ABCs, 123s shapes and colors will be easy and fun with this interactive poster that will help quiz your child.
7. Quick Cups
If you are looking for a game to help with hand-eye coordination and to help teach colors and shapes, quick cups is the game for you family. For 2 to 4 players young to old, quick cups is a game where everybody gets a set of 6 cups and a card is drawn with a set of shapes that are in a colored order that has to be matched with your cups. First one to finish the pattern wins the round. Make learning fun with quick cups.
8. Qwirkle Board Game
Qwirkle is a game that is a mix of Dominos and Uno. Set up like Dominos, but instead of matching numbers, you match shapes or colors. There are six different shapes and five different colors, so it is easy to find a match on the board. Any age can play this game. Very family friendly, and a great way to introduce colors and shapes and make learning fun.
9. Quadrilla Marble Run
Quadrilla Marble Run is a fun STEM building activity where children build a marble maze that will go through a number of obstacles on its way down to the end. Children will have to use engineering skills and interpret the cause and effect of what each block will result in.
This board game is similar in humor when compared to Cards Against Humanity or Not Parent Approved, however, this is a board game. This game is more for older kids, such as teenagers and adults. Perfect for ice breakers and party games. This game has different types of cards, some are charades, some are new rules and some are just silly topics. Unless you are a prude, you will definitely enjoy this game.
11. Question Cards
Brain Quest is a set of 300 questions for Kindergarten level education. These are designed with your child’s curriculum in mind. Flashcards with pictures that have a question, such as what action will happen next, or what letter does the picture start with. This style of learning allows for your child to think quickly and recognise different scenarios and possible answers.
12. Queen Elsa Styling Head
This 12 inch Elsa Styling head gives endless possibilities for your child to learn how to master unique and difficult hairstyles. With Queen Elsa’s long and beautiful blonde hair, your child can learn to twist or braid hair, or they can put her hair up in a beautiful bun. Elsa comes with multiple hair barrettes and gems for styling. She also has hair extensions that change color, so the magic is always there.
13. Quarter Horse Toy
Let your child be the Blue Ribbon winner with this toy Quarter Horse that they can groom up to be the best in show. The soft mane and tail need to be brushed to look beautiful. The head and neck can be pushed down, making the horse make a variety of noises such as whining and trotting noises.
14. Q-Bits Jr.
A fun STEM building game is Q-Bits. This game comes with 4 playing boards, so it is for 2 to 4 players. A card is drawn and each player has wooden cubes with shapes on them and they have to recreate the picture on the card. The first player to match the pattern wins the round, and takes the card. After six rounds, the player with the most cards wins.
15. Quack and Flap Duck
This cute quack and flap duck helps teach toddlers that walking is fun. They push the duck with the sturdy handle and he quacks and flaps his wings. He also has feet that circle round and round so the toddlers can see that we use our left foot and then our right foot. After they master the skill of walking, they are sure to keep walking with their loving duck companion.
Check out our list of 130+ Show and Tell Ideas from A to Z here!