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A small wire basket so you can stylishly store all your kiddo’s toys and knickknacks. Plus, I love this canary yellow and simple basket design.

Yellow wire basket full of toys


Target

Promising review: “Added this basket to the bathtub to hold bath toys. Just used command hooks and I much prefer this over the previous bath toy basket.” —Amanda

Price: $10

2.

A metal stackable storage bin that is durable and an efficient way to store clutter when you are in a pinch. The bins are made to stack and have a spot in which you can create a label!! We are all for organization and label making over here!


Target

Promising review: “Love this container! It looks perfect in my son’s room and can hold a bunch of his toys/books. It’s great quality too!” —Baupont 

Price: $15 (available in six colors)



Target

Promising review: “Love this container! It looks perfect in my son’s room and can hold a bunch of his toys/books. It’s great quality too!” —Baupont 

Price: $15 (available in six colors)

3.

A perfect six cube shelf that’s great for putting the above storage bins inside of so they can be tucked away neatly. Or use it to store your child’s books and school supplies. The possibilities are endless, plus it’s simple design makes it easy to incorporate into your living space.

the white cubby shelf


Target

Promising review: “Great organizational tool for our kids’ bedrooms.” —JB

Price: $42

4.

A rolling storage box that’ll stow clothes that are not in season or hand-me-downs that don’t quite fit yet. These are especially cool because they have wheels and can be easily moved around.

Storage container


Target

Promising review: “This is a good sturdy storage box on wheels, very affordable price.” —shopper 14 

Price: $8

5.

A bath storage basket that will change your life. Ditch those suction cup bath storage bags — this is the way to go. Plus, it also has draining capabilities so you can avoid mildew buildup.

Kid using bath storage basket


Target

Promising review: “This is, by far, the best and most practical bath toy storage I have used. This is our third or fourth bath toy storage system used and I know it will be the last because it works the best. All other we have tried suction to the wall, and without fail, during the night we hear a big crash and all of the bath toys are in the tub. We do not have that issue any longer with this. It is also super convenient for my 3-year-old to reach into while bathing and to help clean up. 10/10 would recommend!” —Kimpa

Price: $13.99

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And a bathtub ball track for those days in which you need them to play in the bath a little extra longer so you can sneak away for a quick snack. This set might be just as entertaining for you as it is for them!

Child playing with bath ball track


Target

Price: $19.99

7.

A galaxy bath bomb that is *da bomb.* My kids love these and I always have a stockpile for those days we struggle to get them into the bath. These are the perfect incentive — plus, they’re *out of this world!*

Galaxy bath bomb


Target

Promising review: “My son is obsessed with these bath bombs. He really enjoys the surprises inside of the bombs. We got a small alien figure in ours. The surprises are just small silly things, but it’s a nice touch and my son gets really excited about them. No issues with any staining, which makes these bombs even better.” —Samantha

Price: $4.99

8.

A good ole bottle of Mr. Bubbles so your little ones can splish splash while they’re taking a bath! I love introducing products from my childhood to my kids (as well as a proper bubble bath).

Hand pouring a bottle of Mr. Bubbles into a tub


Target

Promising review: “Happy to use something from my childhood for my own kids. This formula is gentle enough for my child’s sensitive skin. I appreciate that the bottle was packaged with extra tape to prevent leaks.” —ElleFJax

Price: $3.99

9.

Or a bag of Dr. Teal’s lavender epsom salt to help calm the kiddos before bedtime. Epsom salt is packed with magnesium which helps our bodies get ready to sleep.

A bag of Dr. Teals lavender epsom salt


Target

Price: $5.49+ (available in two sizes)

10.

A Baby Yoda night-light that is way too cute. This battery powered light is perfect for kids who don’t like the dark. It also has an auto-shutoff mode so you don’t have to continuously replace the batteries!


Target

Promising review: “Great for small kids’ bedrooms. The battery part makes it portable, great for traveling. The green glow gives a calm, soothing look and not bright for children to stare at it. Gives you the option for 15 minutes or the whole night. Perfect for a Christmas gift.” —Bby yoda

Price: $14.99

11.

An essential oil diffuser for those kiddos who have trouble falling asleep. We use this every day with lavender essential oil — it always does the trick!


Target

We love this essential oils Relaxation Kit for our diffuser at home.

Promising review: “Works well in our bedroom. I would suggest keeping it in a smaller room. There are two options: a continuous diffuse or a periodic one. It seems not to work all the way through until the end of the water — by the morning — it has auto shutoff and there’s still ample water inside. The auto shutoff is a safety feature and I suppose it’s doing what it’s supposed to do. Perhaps running through to the end of the water may not be ideal or safe (I think). When it’s on, it’s great.” —Crystal

Price: $15

12.

A Peppa Pig soft potty seat to help your little one enter the final stages of toddlerhood. My 2-year-old son loves this fun and enjoyable option to handle his *business.* Plus, it’s Peppa, and we are all about that silly little pig over here.


Target

Check out this PawPatrol version here.

Promising review: “Love it! Super easy to assemble. I wanted to try something different because my daughter was starting to see the toddler potty as more of a toy, and she all of a sudden slowed down on telling me she had to go. But the soft potty seat with her favorite character has her excited to ‘go to the big potty like mommy’ lol. Love the hook that comes with it as well for easy access and storage.” —KayG

Price: $12.99



Target

Check out this PawPatrol version here.

Promising review: “Love it! Super easy to assemble. I wanted to try something different because my daughter was starting to see the toddler potty as more of a toy, and she all of a sudden slowed down on telling me she had to go. But the soft potty seat with her favorite character has her excited to ‘go to the big potty like mommy’ lol. Love the hook that comes with it as well for easy access and storage.” —KayG

Price: $12.99

13.

A potty chair because every kid has different preferences and this smaller version of a toilet is sometimes more inviting.

Child sitting on potty chair


Target

Promising review: “Love this potty chair! Using it currently with my 2-year-old daughter. She’s a little shorter than average for her age, but this chair is the perfect size for her. It is so easy to clean, as the white portion lifts completely off the chair. We’ve already traveled with it to the playground, library, stores, family houses, etc. and it has been a lifesaver. We can all agree public bathrooms are disgusting, and this offers me the peace of mind that she’s using something clean! Highly recommend!” —JMV818 

Price: $20.79 (originally $25.99)

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And a Playtex Potty Genie 3-in-1 Potty Trainer that is perfect for on-the-go activities. This potty comes with bags for easy cleanup and turns into a stool so you can use it long after potty training is over!


Target

Promising review: “My son is tall for his age so I was really pleased with the height of this potty! Most of them are shorter and his legs are too long to fit comfortably on that. This will be used as our travel potty and it’s perfect for just that! I also love that you can put the roll of bags underneath the bowl!” —as213

Price: $24.99



Target

Promising review: “My son is tall for his age so I was really pleased with the height of this potty! Most of them are shorter and his legs are too long to fit comfortably on that. This will be used as our travel potty and it’s perfect for just that! I also love that you can put the roll of bags underneath the bowl!” —as213

Price: $24.99

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A potty training chart because it’s never easy to take on this task — but with this chart, which helps document all your kiddo’s potty wins (like staying dry), you can get them excited about ditching the diaper.


Target

Promising review:My son loves the velcro reusable stars! We’ve tried homemade potty charts, but they didn’t give the same motivation and satisfaction. This one has my son excited to use the potty and has made potty training an enjoyable experience!” —Mommy of daughter

Price: $14.99



Target

Promising review:My son loves the velcro reusable stars! We’ve tried homemade potty charts, but they didn’t give the same motivation and satisfaction. This one has my son excited to use the potty and has made potty training an enjoyable experience!” —Mommy of daughter

Price: $14.99

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And if charts aren’t your thing, a pack of “I Can Do It!” star cards that we use with my 7-year-old to give her motivation and incentives to finish her tasks. They work great and she is currently saving up her stars for a roller-skating party!

child reading book with star card above


Target

Price: $29.99

17.

A hand-washing timer because we all need a gentle reminder to wash our hands for the full 20 seconds. A *handy* tune we sing goes: Wash, wash, wash your hands. Play the handy game. Rub and scrub and scrub and rub, germs go down the drain!

Hand washing timer next to sink with person washing their hands


Target

Promising review: “I got this timer for home use. My son gets distracted when washing his hands, next thing ya know a few minutes have passed and the water is still running. This works so well for him. He wets his hands and turns the water off, gets a pump of soap and then bumps the button with his elbow (we have it on the wall with a Command velcro strip) and washes. Once the timer goes off he rinses his hands and no more wasted water or playing around in the bathroom.” —Rebecca D

Price: $6.99

18.

A tabletop easel that comes with letters and numbers so you can help your little one get ready to read and spell. This easel is perfect for small spaces — it’s a dry erase board on one side and a chalkboard on the other. It also comes with a paper roll so you can inspire their inner artist.

Promising review: “Like the compact size. Easy to put away when not in use and easy for my toddler to set it up on his own. Would recommend.” —Luz

Price: $33.99


Promising review: “Like the compact size. Easy to put away when not in use and easy for my toddler to set it up on his own. Would recommend.” —Luz

Price: $33.99

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And an easel accessory set to pair nicely with the above tabletop easel.

Child using paint set


Target

The product includes paint, cups, brushes, chalk, paper, and a dry-erase marker.

Promising review: “The accessories go great with the easel I purchased for my granddaughter. She loves it!” —JBOOKER 

Price: $30.49

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A Crayola art set that will help you keep all those crayons, pencils, and markers in one place (and hopefully with the caps on). This set has 115 pieces and texture plates so it is sure to get your little one pumped about art!

Art set


Target

Promising review: “This art case is such a great gift for those million kids parties we get invited to every year. Perfect price point too.” —Pris

Price: $21.49

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A dinosaur splat mat so you can facilitate all the painting and sensory activities without making a huge mess! If you are like me and want to keep the mess to a minimum, this is the mat for you. Plus, it’s machine washable!


Target

Promising review: “Love the no-slip grip. Awesome design too.” —Maria

Price: $19.99



Target

Promising review: “Love the no-slip grip. Awesome design too.” —Maria

Price: $19.99

22.

A kinetic sand kit that makes for the perfect indoor activity for those rain or snow days. My two kids can independently play with this activity kit for at least an hour. Let me repeat that one more time: at least an ENTIRE HOUR!

Two children playing with kinetic sand kit


Target

Promising review: “Love that this is pretty mess-free type of sand. She was over the moon excited that she asked for and got this for her birthday.” —Headler 

Price: $29.99

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An Orbeez kit because who doesn’t love the science behind these magical beads? This is also another toy both my kiddos enjoy for hours on end.


Target

This kit includes six unique tools to roll, shape, and crush the Orbeez; 1,500 Orbeez seeds; and 500 grown Orbeez in five amazing colors!

Promising review: “Arrived on time and kids have been playing for hours of fun!” —Kids

Price: $24.99



Target

This kit includes six unique tools to roll, shape, and crush the Orbeez; 1,500 Orbeez seeds; and 500 grown Orbeez in five amazing colors!

Promising review: “Arrived on time and kids have been playing for hours of fun!” —Kids

Price: $24.99

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A Nickelodeon slime kit so your kid can pretend they are a mad scientist creating slime in their laboratory. Another one of our favorite rainy day activities — this kit is sure to *stick!*


Target

This kit includes tons of super stretchy Slime, creamy and airy Modelite, and even plastic tools to play with the Slime.

Promising review: “This is a wonderful slime sensory kit. My grandkids enjoy playing with the various tools and the endless slime colors. My grandkids had hours of fun, the colors are great, and the slime has a perfect texture! It’s also very therapeutic, and I find myself enjoying it more than the kids.” —Des

Price: $9.99



Target

This kit includes tons of super stretchy Slime, creamy and airy Modelite, and even plastic tools to play with the Slime.

Promising review: “This is a wonderful slime sensory kit. My grandkids enjoy playing with the various tools and the endless slime colors. My grandkids had hours of fun, the colors are great, and the slime has a perfect texture! It’s also very therapeutic, and I find myself enjoying it more than the kids.” —Des

Price: $9.99

25.

A Play-Doh pizza oven that puts to shame the Play-Doh kits of my childhood. Inspire your budding chef to whip up some pizza and who knows — they could be the next Wolfgang Puck!

Kid playing with playdoh pizza oven


Target

Promising review: “A lot bigger than expected. Hours of fun play for the kiddos. Great purchase for the price.” —Alysha

Price: $20.99

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A stomping rocket launch that is so simple, but highly entertaining. We gifted this to our nephew and our kids had so much fun with it that we had to get one for our house. The simple science behind this fascinating apparatus is a wonderful way to incorporate a quick science lesson as well!

Kid jumping on rocket launch


Target

Promising review: “My 3-year-old son is obsessed with this rocket! It has kept him busy for the past three days now. It works just as expected and is fun for the grown-ups too. The rockets glow in the dark which is fun as well. Considering getting a second one so they can race.” —Biscuit

Price: $14.99

27.

A karaoke mic that is made by the people who bring you “Carpool Karaoke.” This microphone connects via Bluetooth to your car’s FM stations so those long grueling road trips can become hours of fun!

Family in the car using microphone


Target

Promising review: “Works so much better than I thought. You can play music off of Apple Music and sing along. My 4-year-old and myself love it!” —Tee shirt size

Price: $49.99

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A wonderful pedicure set because currently my 7-year-old can’t stop talking about nail polish and makeup. This set is perfect because it’s the cost of one nail appointment but now we have all the tools to do it over and over again for free!


Target

Promising review: “This is the perfect gift for a little girl!! All the included items are great quality and the price is great too!!” —Mimi1059

Price: $29.99



Target

Promising review: “This is the perfect gift for a little girl!! All the included items are great quality and the price is great too!!” —Mimi1059

Price: $29.99

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A Dot Marker activity kit that we use whenever we have *big feelings.* These markers are mess-free and a healthy outlet to just let out all those emotions.


Target

Promising review: “Our almost 3-year-old has been on a painting kick, but typically makes a big mess and gets bored quickly. These are fantastic because they’re relatively mess free and it’s easier cleanup than regular paint and brushes. Definitely recommend!” —AK612

Price: $14.99



Target

Promising review: “Our almost 3-year-old has been on a painting kick, but typically makes a big mess and gets bored quickly. These are fantastic because they’re relatively mess free and it’s easier cleanup than regular paint and brushes. Definitely recommend!” —AK612

Price: $14.99

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A pair of Apple AirPods so you can zen out with music, a podcast, or some guided meditation when you get a little much-needed ~me time.~


Target

Promising review: “In my opinion, these are the best AirPods Apple has released so far. Not only do they sound great, but they have excellent battery life, new features such as Find My support, Spatial Audio, and MagSafe compatibility. The only thing the more expensive Pro models have that these do not is Active Noise Cancellation and ear tips. However, considering that these sound better, have better battery life, and have most of the features that the Pro models have, I would choose these in a heartbeat. Just test them out and make sure they fit well in your ears first.” —Dus

Price: $169.99 (originally $179.99)

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A revitalizing and satisfying peel-off face mask for parents to relax after a long day of chasing those rug rats around.

Revitalizing face mask


Target

Note that the package warns to keep this mask out of the reach of children.

Promising review: “For the price, you get a good amount of product. There was enough to spread on my face three times. The smell is not strong at all which I enjoy. My face always feels tight when the mask is on but soft when it is taken off.” —countrywayhome

Price: $2 

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