Ball skills are an important part of toddler development. Which is why you’re going to want to have some of these amazing ball toys for toddlers on hand!

Your toddler will benefit from all kinds of ball play including; rolling, throwing, catching, kicking, and dribbling.

These activities help teach crucial skills, like hand-eye coordination, timing, sensory and motor skills.

Plus they can help teach your child the fundamentals of teamwork and social play.

Check out our list of amazing ball toys for toddlers and let the fun and learning begin!

 

Best Ball Toys For Toddlers

 

Fisher-Price 3-in-1 Sit, Stride & Ride Lion

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With three different ways to play, the Stride & Ride Lion is one of the more versatile toddler toys! Sitting babies can play with all the lights, buttons, and gizmos. Then as your toddler matures, they can use the lion as a walker and then as a riding toy.

Toddlers get to “feed” the lion balls that come spilling out below. An all-around fun toy that grows with your child.

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Edushape See-Me Sensory Balls

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Edushape created the original sensory balls for toddlers and they’re still the best. See-Me Sensory Balls feature four 4″ see through balls, each in a different color.

The balls have an inflation/deflation pin to contour them to your child’s sensory needs. Their ability to stimulate and sooth, combined with their development focus makes these the perfect for little ones.

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Playkidz: Pound A Ball

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You can definitely file PlayKidz Pound A Ball under best ball toys for toddlers. Little ones love pounding the four colorful balls until they drop in the block and slide out.

Even better, your toddler is improving their hand-eye coordination, aligning, slotting, and aiming skills.

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Kiddey Ball Pit Indoor/Outdoor Play Tent

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How fun is this? What toddler wouldn’t want they’re own indoor/outdoor ball pit?  It’s a great active play experience!

This one has a large opening at the top for quick and simple filling. The floor and the flap door keeps the balls neatly contained inside. This is sure to be a good time.

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Click N’ Play Pack of 200 Crush Proof Plastic Balls

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This Click N’ Play set of 200 brightly colored phthalate and BPA free balls is perfect to fill all kinds of tents, playhouses, and kiddie ball pits (like the one above).

It even comes with a mesh storage bag to keep all the balls secure when not in use.

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ToysOpoly Set of 6 Sports Balls

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Looking for some of the best balls for toddlers? Then this is the right sports ball set for you!

Made with environmentally friendly BPA-free materials, this fun toy playset comes with six different balls, which includes a 5″ soccer ball, basketball,  volleyball, playground ball, knobby ball, football, and an air pump . You’ve covered all your sports bases with one fun set!

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VTech Smart Shots Sports Center

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Let the fun begin with the VTech Sports Center! Toss the basketball into the hoop to score points, or kick the soccer ball into the net to hear fun sounds.

The scoreboard counts baskets, promoting cause and effect and introducing numbers. Your child can also press buttons, turn gears and flip pages to learn about shapes, numbers and more.

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VATOS Drop And Go Train

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The drop and go train is all kinds of fun. It changes directions when it bumps into something, and the balls fall out as the train runs so your little one has to chase them down and put them back.

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Infantino Textured Multi Ball Set

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This is one of the classic ball toys for toddlers. This 6-piece BPA-free set of differently textured balls from Infantino will help develop your child’s tactile senses.

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