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There are other modeling clays, but Play-Doh is the known brand and justifiably so, with bright colours, malleable dough and pots that stack beautifully. Buy some biscuit cutters to add to the gift if you want to jazz it up. We’ve not worked out why fire engines are quite so exciting to three-year-olds, but we’re yet to meet a three-year-old who doesn’t like the big red nee-naws and all associated toys. This sturdy wooden fire station from Swedish favourite Brio will keep most children entertained, though probably not quiet, for hours. Nee-naw, nee-naw, nee-naw. 9. Jojo Maman Bébé Toy Doctor Set: £40, Jojo Maman Bébé Who doesn’t want their child to be a brain surgeon? Start them on the path with this ten piece medical kit including a stethoscope, thermometer, syringe, medicine bottles, blood pressure gauge and reflex hammer, all in a fab red doctor’s bag. 10. Schleich Dinosaurs: from £2.99, Amazon Toy specialist Schleich makes a huge range of model animals and is renowned for quality, durability and true-to-life models. You can’t go wrong with any of its range really, though no playroom is complete without a set of toy dinosaurs. The company has ‘Anywhere’s a playground’ as its motto – the idea being that all you need is the toy and your imagination in order to play. 11. Puddleducks Swimming Lesson Vouchers: from £10, Puddleducks Swimming lessons don’t come cheap so every contribution helps. Puddleducks is a national franchise offering courses across age groups in various locations – gift vouchers come in multiples of £10, and for an extra £9.99 you can send a Puddleduck soft toy too. But make sure you check that the classes run near your recipient’s home before buying. Local leisure centres may offer cheaper courses if you like the idea but find the prices a bit too steep - prices vary but can be as high as £16 per lesson. By this age kids pay more attention to their soft toys, or fixate on a single favourite. This favourite is almost certain to be the cheap ugly one of unknown provenance, meaning you cannot replace it if lost, and not this beautiful Steiff bear. Still, it’s a beautiful bear, and well worth having around the house anyway. 13. Tonka Diecast UK Emergency Vehicle - Pack of Three: £11.99, Argos Tonka prides itself on making cars that last, which is a good job given toy cars seem to crash far more frequently than real cars. This set of realistic emergency vehicles are practically guaranteed to be a staple in any car loving child’s collection. These gifts for three-year-olds basically fall into three categories – dressing up, emergency and animals – with many having elements of two or even all three of these aromatherapy diffuser (even the castle, given that knights tend to cause and deal with emergencies when it comes to imaginative castle play).