Little Tikes® is proud to add this amazing new piece of furniture to its already stellar line up of bed sets, playsets and roleplay items – My First Cubicle™
Itâ€™s springtime, then summer! Holidays, parties, barbecues and celebrations return to our front, back and side yards. And FOAMOâ„¢ takes backyard fun to a whole new level. It doesnâ€™t just make mountains of foam, it makes mountains of â€œfunnerâ€ fun.
Still trying to find that last perfect gift for under the tree? Each of these awesome Little Tikes toys is sure to be a holiday hit, and provide endless hours of play!
Whether youâ€™re shopping Black Friday deals, scrolling on Cyber Monday, or buying last-minute gifts, Little Tikes has the perfect gifts for every kid in your life. Check out our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for great gift ideas for kids of all ages!
Kids love pretending to do chores, whether theyâ€™re pretending to cook dinner, wash dishes, sweep, or fold laundry. Little Tikes has 11 ways you can turn doing chores into a game and encourage your kids to help out around the house.
Today, Little Tikes shows you everything you need to create a harvest festival for your family in your own backyard! Weâ€™ve got fun backyard games, tractor rides, pumpkin decorating, pony rides, and more ideas. Check out our blog for 7 fall activities to make your backyard harvest festival perfect.
Looking for fun Halloween costume ideas for your kids? Check out our blog for 12 fun, D.I.Y. Halloween costume ideas you can make yourself.
Stargazing is a timeless, fun way to inspire kids imaginations, encourage them to think about things on a grand scale, and let them explore the (literal) universe around them. Today, Little TikesÂ® will show you how your family can stargaze in the comfort of your own backyard or atop your Real Wood Adventuresâ„¢ playset with or without a telescope.
Starting your own compost bin is an awesome way to kickstart your familyâ€™s garden, and reduces the amount of waste your family creates. Check out Little Tikesâ€™ step-by-step guide for how to start your own compost with just table scraps and green yard waste, maintain it, and some potential uses for it.