Best Toys You Can Buy Kids Who Love Farm Animals

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There’s no doubt that children love animals! And that’s why animal-themed toys and games make great gifts. Need some inspiration? From storybooks and cuddly puppets to wild and wacky playsets, here’s our ultimate list of the best toys you can buy kids who love farm animals!

Top Toys for Kids Who Love Animals:

  1. Old MacDonald – Sing-Along Melody
  2. T-Rex Head Torch
  3. Hand Puppets – Set of Six Safari Animals
  4. Jingly Jungle Bowling
  5. Wilderness Binos
  6. Build Your Own Birdhouse
  7. My First Safari Animals

1Old MacDonald – Sing-Along Melody, $17.95$17.95

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Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-i-ee-i-o

Story time just became much more fun with this brilliantly interactive book! The colorful pages are brimming with farm animals, and there’s plenty for little ones to discover, including soft felt pieces and recognizable sounds. Press the chunky button to start the music and sing along to the children’s classic Old MacDonald song. A sensory delight!

2T-Rex Head Torch, $16.99$16.99

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King of the dinosaurs

This adjustable T-Rex head torch makes an ideal gift for kids who love mighty beasts! The lamp has two settings — shine straight ahead for outdoor adventures or tilt it for a more soothing light, ideal for late-night reading. Coolest of all, this T-Rex makes noise. Just press the button on the dino head to hear him roar! Mighty mischief awaits!

3Hand Puppets – Set of Six Safari Animals, $32.99$32.99

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Let your imagination go wild!

Know a kid who loves putting on shows? This set of six cuddly animal hand-puppets makes it easy for children to role-play, and an insert in the package works as a puppet theater. Act out scenes, practice new vocabulary, and spend quality time together while developing motor skills and self-confidence. These cuddly puppets are durable and washable — sure to be a hit for years to come!

4Jingly Jungle Bowling, $49.99$49.99

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Wild thing, you make my heart sing

Set up a bowling alley in your living room with this adorably wacky jungle animal set! The animals and balls are made from squishy plush material. Roll or throw the ball to knock over a jingly elephant, zebra, lion, alligator, monkey, and giraffe — all of the animals have bells inside. An excellent way to build hand-eye coordination, and oh so satisfying for kids who love knocking things over.

5Wilderness Binos, $23.99$23.99

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I spy with my little eye…

Birdwatchers and nature lovers will enjoy hours of fun and observation with this real set of binoculars. Lightweight, adjustable, and measuring just four inches long, these binoculars are wrapped in robust rubber armor to protect against damage. They also come with a carrying case, cleaning cloth, and a strap. The ultimate adventure accessory!

6Build Your Own Birdhouse, $14.99$14.99

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DIY for kids who love animals

This DIY kit is ideal for crafty, creative kids who love wildlife! Assemble the side, wall, and roof pieces using the screws provided. Then, decorate and customize the house with four colorful paints. Proudly display your beautiful creation, and get ready to say hello to some cool birds! Straightforward, satisfying, and a wonderful way to welcome nature into your backyard!

7My First Safari Animals, $24.49$24.49

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Magnetic fun!

This fascinating 18-piece animal-themed set introduces kids to the magic of magnetism in a fun and safe way. The chunky, soft-touch animal parts click onto the body bars to form six different safari favorites, including an elephant and a lion. Or you can mix and match the parts to create some truly weird and wild animal combinations. Bring your creatures to life with just a little imagination and a lot of animal noises. Roar! 

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