This darling Step2 Rudolph the Rocking Reindeer is just right for imaginative play this holiday season. This post contains affiliate links.
Hi friends! It’s me, the cutest little 2-year-old around, just stopping by to share one of my favorite toys with you. I’ve been rocking and scooting all over the house on my reindeer rocker.
I helped my mom put it together with a screwdriver and it only took 5 minutes to assemble!
It’s lightweight and easy to drag around the house. It would be easy to bring to Grandma’s house, too!
And it rocks! The nose is kind of squishy, and I figured out that if you pinch it—it’ll squeak. That made me laugh. If you like this rocker, you’ll LOVE my T-rex dinosaur rocker!
My little Step2 Rudolph the Rocking Reindeer is super fun!
Here are some more things you might like to know about Rudolph:
- Kids rocker features an adorable reindeer character design!
- Reindeer rocker features a squeaky and bright red nose
- Ride in comfort on this kids rocker with a contoured seat and easy-grip antler-style handlebars
- Durable and sturdy wide base help to prevent this rocking horse from tipping over
- Maximum weight: 35 lbs. (15.9 kg) Designed for ages 1-3.
- Retails for only $34.99
Note from my mommy: I love toys that inspire imaginative play. This is just one of the many toys from Step2 that I love for this reason. He can rock and play and get out energy and it stores easily in the corner when not in use!
Research has found that there is a link between make-believe play and a child’s development of creativity and social skills.
Imaginative play is so important for development and helps children build social skills. Make-believe play with others helps children learn how to share ideas, and be open to other children’s thoughts and opinions. I love watching my kids come up with make-believe scenes and scenarios. It makes me miss my childhood days that were so care-free and fun!
Here are more toys that inspire imaginative play that we own and LOVE
The Ultimate Play Kitchen for Kids (and apron tutorial): make a darling apron to wear while helping mom in the kitchen or make-believe cooking and baking in your play kitchen! This play kitchen combines all of your favorite toy elements with a farmhouse sink, fancy backsplash and stainless steel (looking) appliances!
Our Favorite Backyard Playhouse (and felt flower box tutorial): A darling backyard playhouse with a fun addition—a flower box! This flower box is made out of a wooden CD storage crate and holds silk flowers! Our favorites are tulips.
A Great Kids Table for Two (and tie dyed toast): A great craft and snack table for kids that tucks away in a corner for storage. The chairs even slide underneath! We’ll share a fun tie dyed toast activity that kids can paint and then eat together!
Backyard Bubble Table and Homemade Bubble Solution: Make your own bubbles to use in this fun and hands-on backyard bubble table.