16 Best Toy Cars for Toddlers in 2017

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Toys, as instruments used in playtime activities, are important in helping kids learn and develop their motor, cognitive, social, and emotional skills. One of the most common types of toys that kids love to play are cars.

16 Best Toy Cars for Toddlers in 2017

  1. VTech Drop and Go Dump Truck
  2. VTech Go! Go! Smart Wheels Green Race Car
  3. VTech Go! Go! Smart Wheels Spinning Spiral Tower Playset
  4. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Crawl Around Car
  5. Holy Stone RC Cartoon Race Car with Music
  6. Melissa & Doug K’s Kids Pull-Back Vehicle Set
  7. Kid O Go Car Early Learning Push & Pull Toy
  8. Melissa & Doug Nesting and Sorting Garages and Cars
  9. Green Toys Scooper Vehicle
  10. Skip Hop Explore and More Pull-and-Go Toy Car, Bee
  11. Fisher-Price Little People Wheelies Race and Chase Carrier
  12. Green Toys Ferry Boat with Mini Cars Bathtub Toy
  13. Melissa & Doug Magnetic Car Loader Wooden Toy Set
  14. Set of 4 Cartoon Friction Powered Play Vehicles for Toddlers
  15. Skip Hop Bandana Buddies Soft Activity Puppet Book
  16. B. Wheeee-ls! Soft Cars
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How We Came Up with Our List

Choosing the best and most developmentally-appropriate toy car for toddlers may be challenging for some parents. This is why we have devoted our time to researching the toy cars that we are confident your toddler will also love. Not only are these toys safe to play with, these are also made of high quality materials. Moreover, our researchers have made sure that the list only includes toy cars that have superb developmental value specific to toddlers. We understand your need to feel safe and secure in the knowledge that the toy car you are going to give your toddler is the right one.

Toddlers and Toy Cars

By age 18 months, toddlers are ready to bring their gross motor skills to the next level while at the same time reinforcing their mastery of fine motor skills. They already have excellent control of their hands and fingers making it perfect for holding toy cars. Pulling on their toy cars can help strengthen their leg muscles while at the same time help develop coordination and balance.

Toy cars can also help toddlers develop their understanding of the world around them. Many of these products have features that are similar to the real ones. Some have blinking lights and realistic sounds as well as other interactive features that help facilitate the learning of the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colors.

More importantly, they can help develop toddlers’ sense of imagination and creativity as they attempt to explore their immediate surroundings. This can help enhance their sense of autonomy and freedom.

Selina Marie
Selina Marie is our head of content for MyKidNeedsThat.com, mum of two and a self proclaimed toy geek. When she isn't juggling the madness at home, on a school run or baking her world famous blueberry muffins, you will find her product researching and keeping the site freshly updated with the latest toys and fun for our readers!

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