My Family’s Top 10 Long-Lasting Toys

Top 10 Long-Lasting Toys

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My Family’s Top 10 Long-Lasting Toys

For fun, I wanted to make a “top ten” list of toys that have lasted in our home, and I decided to consider both the toys that have held up well and the ones they still play with (at almost 10 and 8 years old). They don’t play with toys as much as they used to, so some of these may be a stretch for the “toy” category.

  1. Littlest Pet Shop
  2. Play-Doh and accessories
  3. Nintendo DSi
  4. Dolls – BookGirl played with them when she was small, and Princess Roo is just starting to play with dolls. She’s using many of the same ones that BookGirl mothered.
  5. Stuffed animals – We have way too many of these, and the girls are very attached to them. It’s always sad when we force them to start making choices.
  6. Legos
  7. Scooters
  8. Bikes
  9. Loving Family Dollhouse and accessories
  10. Board games – Many of our favorite games are listed in this post.

What toys have lasted the longest in your home?

For more great toy lists, visit iHomeschool Network’s 10-in-10 blog hop, and be sure to join the fun by linking up with Top Ten Tuesday with Angie at Many Little Blessings. Click the graphics below to join the fun!

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9 Responses to My Family’s Top 10 Long-Lasting Toys

  1. Lindsay @ Bytes of Memory says:

    Great list of timeless toys!

  2. Robin says:

    My girls loved The Littlest Pet Shops. They still get them out and play with them now and then. Definitely worth the money.

  3. Ticia says:

    You’re right there is a lot of similarity. I’m betting there’s going to be a lot of lists with Legos on them.

  4. Gabrielle says:

    Yes, my daughter is only 4, but she and our 2 year old absolutely love the Loving Family Dollhouse and accessories. I bought her the big sister when we had our third baby. She calls it “Isabelle,” herself. It’s sweet. I especially love seeing my 2 year old son play. He gets the daddy to bathe the babies (my husband does bathtime at our house) and daddy rocks the babies to sleep. It’s precious!

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