17 Toys that Start with T

17 Toys that Start with T

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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 T!

Whether you’re looking for toys that start with T 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 T 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 T

1. Train Set

This awesome train set is everything a train lover could wish for. It is large and has multiple train cars to connect together. The track can be formed into multiple designs, allowing for a variety of adventures. The engine can also produce real steam just by adding water! The train set also comes with multiple accessories such as town, trees and stop signs.

2. Tent

Kids, just like adults, like to have their own personal space. And space is exactly what they can have with this awesome spaceship tent. This tent is extra cool because it it two tents in one, connected with a tunnel. So, two kids can have their own tent, or they can play together, or one kid can have one extra large tent.

3. Treasure Hunt

Encourage your children to think and act quickly with this treasure hunt game. Very simple and easy to understand. 35 different cards that can be used to hunt indoors or outdoors. Simple, one word cards with a bright and colorful picture as a demonstration. There are two different ways to play. Divide the cards between players and the first one to gather all their items wins, or all players search for the same card and the winner takes the card. 

4. Talk and Touch Book

This Talk and Touch Book is a perfect way for a young child to learn new words and extend their vocabulary. 12 pages with 4 different options to encourage learning. This book allows the child to play “Find this word”, “ What’s this word?”, “Music Time”, and “Letter Fun”. No need for a stylus or any additional toy to make the page work, simply using their finger to touch the page will make the interactions work.

5. Touch and Learn Table

This Touch and Learn Table is an amazing learning activity toy for toddlers. This table comes with 5 activity pages that teach your child body parts, the alphabet, animals, shapes, musical instruments and more! Over 100 words and 20 activities. This table also can be flipped over and used as an easel so if your child wishes to draw some of the words he/she has learned, or if they just want to be creative.

6. Trolls

Trolls just wanna have fun!!! Let your child join in with the fun by giving them this set of 8 Trolls figurines that come packages in the Caturbus! Let them sing and dance and imagine they are going on one of the marvelous Trolls adventures. Poppy and Branch can lead the way followed by the clod that can help guide them and 5 other friends.

7. Trouble

This classic game is great for all ages. Very simple instructions and easy to learn for even the smaller children. Simply pop the dice and move one of your pawns the number of spaces. If you land on someone’s pawn, they must go back to the starting point. The first one who gets all of their pieces completely around the board is the winner.

8. Tree House

Children love adventures. One of my best memories is climbing trees. A Tree House is a wonderful play area for kids. Their imagination can take them anywhere. They can be in a plane, or a high rise executive building. A tree house provides them with a place to go to get away from everything and enjoy the music from nature. This will give them a space to relax and read a book or do their best thinking.

9. Tube Toys

Fidget toys are extremely beneficial. These fidget tubes are perfect for busy hands and busy minds. They can be compact and small to resemble a telescope, or they can be stretched out, like a worm, making a satisfying popping noise while being stretched. Also, these tubes can be connected together to form whatever shape those busy hands want to make.

10. Target

Do you have Nerf warriors at your house? If so, you probably also have hundreds of bullets everywhere. This target acts as a storage spot when your child isn’t busy shooting all the monsters and bad guys. Let them improve their aim with this four point target. Let them compete and see who can get the most points with 20 bullets. This toy is great for strategy building.

11. Tie Dye

Fun shirts, fun hair bows, dresses and skirts. With the magic of tie dye, you can make any piece of clothes fun!  You don’t have to stick to just clothes, Stuffed animals can even join in on the magic. Make your entire room colorful by tie dying your pillows and blankets, even your curtains. This set is easy enough for the young kids to help. Two different methods can be used, either with the paint or the powder. Fun for everyone who likes to be creative. 

12. Take Apart Truck

Let your child practice their mechanical side with this 3 in 1 toy. They can make 3 different types of construction trucks by using the battery powered drill to switch parts around. Not only can they make these trucks, but once they finish building, they place part of the drill in the bottom of the truck and it turns into an RC car! Super awesome!

13. Tap and Tack

Introduce your child to beginners geometry before they even know what it is. With this Tap and Tack corkboard, your child, or classroom can learn shapes and how putting certain shapes together can create other shapes. Let their imagination grow as they can create geometrical designs or even 3-D type images by taking shapes into the corkboard.

14. Trampoline

Exercise and fun all in one. A trampoline is great to strengthen muscles and agility. Hours of fun that are beneficial. This trampoline is enclosed with a mesh net that helps prevent anyone from falling off the side. Also, to aid in getting on the trampoline, this comes complete with steps. My kids absolutely love their trampoline. They play on it almost every single day. Definitely one of our best investments.

15. Teddy Bear

A teddy bear is a toy that has no age restrictions. No matter if it’s the first day of their life or their 100th birthday, Teddy bears are always an acceptable gift. So many varieties to choose from. Sports bears or favorite holidays, there is a bear for every occasion. Soft and cuddly, sometimes a teddy bear is all you need to feel better.

16. Tinker Toys

Introduce children to engineering skills with this tinker toy set. Complete with a guide book and an electric drill to help better secure the screws. The smallest kids will enjoy this tinker toy set. They can build planes or animals, from small things to large. As they get older, they will still enjoy making their own conventions and show off their latest creations.

17. Tea Set

The classic little girl’s toy, the Tea Set. A favorite toy for children. They can play pretend and have a gathering with all their favorite toys and sip pretend tea (or real tea, like me). They can gossip and tell jokes and grow a stronger bond. Simple and fun. You may even want to sit in and sip tea to see what all the gossip is about.

Check out our list of 130+ Show and Tell Ideas from A to Z here!

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