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  1. I’ve been looking at the KidKraft Bucket sets for my 3 year old but haven’t made the purchase yet. We are doing the Thomas Mini’s Advent Calendar this year though. I would LOVE to get him one of the train tables but we just don’t have the room.
    Great list! Thank you.

  2. It’s great that I found your list on Black Friday. My daughter loves trains. We have 4 and still, she wants more. But what can you do?

    I’ll probably get her the train town set, she likes having a lot of things to play with. I do like the Kidkraft, as well, though. 🙂

    1. Alicia, tell me about it. My son has got three train sets and is exactly the same! Luckily, they all connect together so no toy gets left behind. Ha ha. Enjoy! 

  3. What a well done article! I literally bookmarked the page just like you said in the post 🙂 I have a 2 year and a 4 year so after taking a look at this list I’m seriously thinking about adding a train to the collection. The ones with the table are my favorite so that I can attempt to keep the trains in one area! I appreciate the detail and look forward to future posts!

    1. Aww, thanks for the kind words. Yes, trains are amazing and, if treated with care, they can last for generations. My friend’s son is playing with a train set that his granddad used to play with as a child. The history of that is mind-boggling and heartwarming for me. 🙂

  4. First of all I thank you for giving us such a beautiful article, I was looking for a wooden toy that kids could play with very easily. I have a kid in the house and I was looking for a toy like that. Many thanks again to you for posting such a beautiful article and for having a cute little toy in front of me

  5. I’d like to ask, is the ToysOpoly powered by a small battery? I’m thinking of giving my godson one this coming Christmas, I’m sure he will like it, but I prefer to have it powered by a battery so he can see the toy moving on its track without being aided by a human hand. What about the other sets of toy trains here? Do they also have a battery that can make them run on their own in their tracks?

    1. Oooh, I’m sorry to disappoint but these are all wooden trains. I deliberately avoided the battery-operated ones. It’s a personal preference – most battery-operated toys, in my experience, can get quite loud. lol

  6. Hi JADE, thank you very much for publishing a great article about “Toy Trains” with a nice title “The Best Toy Trains To Give Your Toddler This Christmas”. I bought Orbrium Toys Deluxe Wooden Train Set with 3 Destinations – 52 pieces for my child 4 months ago, still my child playing with it and is very happy with it.

    1. Thank you for your kind words. That’s excellent. It’s a beautiful train and, with care, could last for generations. 🙂

  7. I love your list! It’s not for my son, but for my nephew that I love him so much and I want the best of the best for him!

    I think I’ll go with the one with the 100 pieces, but I do have to check with my brother – his dad – first to ask if they’re willing to deal with having this in the living room!

    1. Kate, that is very thoughtful of you! And thank you for the idea – I need to write a post on how to corral this kind of mess. Ha ha

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