I’m almost done with my toy-based show and tell series and I’m sharing my list of 45 toys that start with W. There is only one more to go after today! I’m sharing this in the hopes that it can help some of you moms and dads of preschoolers out there who might be struggling to come up with something to bring to show and tell.
In my show and tell posts I included anything that I could think of that a family might have on hand for a child to take in for show and tell but I know that sometimes the assignment is just limited to toys that start with the letter of the week.
So I’m making a new series that’s all toys and I’m challenging myself to come up with even more toys than were on my original lists. I have gone through my kids’ toys, thought about their cousins’ and friends’ toys, and even walked the toy aisle scouring for ideas.
If you have some more toy ideas to add to the list please let me know in the comments below!
- If you get stuck try to think of some names of characters from shows, movies, or books that you might have a toy of… dolls, action figures, stuffed animals, etc.
- If you’re looking at this list for ideas for a weekly toy-focused show and tell then set an alarm for the night before to remind you about it. This way you’re not scrambling the morning of looking for something.
Toys that Start with W
- waffle (see if your kiddo has one in his or her play food)
- wand (magic wand, bubble wand, fairy wand)
- worm (maybe you have a Glow Worm?)
- Where’s Waldo? book
- wart hog (like Pumba from Lion King or The Lion Guard)
- water buffalo
- woolly mammoth
- Winnie the Pooh
- Woody from Toy Story
- Wild Krats
- Walkie Talkie
- wiffle ball
- watermelon (from play food set)
- whisk (from play kitchen set)
- watering can
- Wonder Woman
- Webby (from Duck Tales)
- wrench (from a toy tool set)
- witch hat
- Wasabi (from Big Hero 6)
- Wheezy (from Toy Story)
- Wasp (from Antman and Wasp)
- water beads
- wooden blocks
- Wikki Stix
- Watch Ya Mouth board game
- Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
- Wildcraft! board game
- Wit’s End Junior Edition
- Wordplay board game
- Wilson (from Chuggington)
- Waldorf (from Muppet Babies)