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ideas for toys with doors for 2 year old boy

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Bit of a strange one, my 2 year old boy is obcessed with opening and closing doors, are there any toys out there for him to be able to go through and open and shut (save my door frames)? we had a pop up tent but broke really easily. My friend had a door toy but too little for him to go through, any suggestions out there?
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
little tykes playhouse?
#2
barky
little tykes playhouse?


would like ideally something in the house as don't seem to have outdoor weather enough to make it worth paying for expensive playhouse
#3
what about a letter box elc do a good one my little boy loved it when he went through this stage as well. like this one http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/pop-it-in-post/ or this one if you like something more traditional http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/wooden-post-box/
#4
tracyhay
what about a letter box elc do a good one my little boy loved it when he went through this stage as well. like this one http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/pop-it-in-post/ or this one if you like something more traditional http://www.elc.co.uk/toy/wooden-post-box/


we wants to actually go through a door and close it really
#5
http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?st=2341&e=detail&pid=30446&pcat=bulnl
is this any good? can't decide if it's too young!
#6
what about the cherry blossom post office - we have the rose petal cottage (too girly for a boy maybe?) and my 2 and a half year old loves opening and closing the door - it has magnets that click and should be sturdier than a pop up play tent - failing that a huge cardboard box and paint it - keeps my two occupied for hours! hth x :santa:
#7
can u find a childs washing machine, they are very small for him my dayghter had one about 5 years ago, hours and hours of fun. they look exaactly like a big washing machine
#8
duplo
#9
ruthplaydon
he wants to actually go through a door and close it really


Don't worry it's quite a common affliction. We all do it from time to time. :thumbsup:

craig guy
can u find a childs washing machine, they are very small for him my dayghter had one about 5 years ago, hours and hours of fun. they look exaactly like a big washing machine


And you want him to go through the door and close it?
#10
lostscot
http://www.fisher-price.com/fp.aspx?st=2341&e=detail&pid=30446&pcat=bulnl
is this any good? can't decide if it's too young!


we have that its suitable from 6 months to about 3years though my 5 yr old still play with it they do have to duck to get through it though, but loads of activities on it to keep them busy, your best bet would be a playhouse type of thing
#11
My son had a step 2 car similar to this, and was obsessed with opening the door and getting in, then closing it, and then getting out again, over and over again!

http://www.activitytoysdirect.com/prodpage.asp?productid=67


It's not too big in the house, and a nice toy for outside next year too
:)
#12
mummy22angels
My son had a step 2 car similar to this, and was obsessed with opening the door and getting in, then closing it, and then getting out again, over and over again!

http://www.activitytoysdirect.com/prodpage.asp?productid=67


It's not too big in the house, and a nice toy for outside next year too
:)


Seconded:thumbsup:

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