The Best Cheap Paw Patrol Toys and Gifts Under $25 is a guest post series from Kaylee at Mama and More. She writes all about how you can tackle DIY projects and organization with a family of mess-makers. Check out her free course about how to love your home today–even if you’re drowning in Paw Patrol toys. 😉
I know, I know. After reading yesterday’s post about all the sets, you think I can’t POSSIBLY have more to say about Paw Patrol toys.
But here we are.
What’s crazy is that even after THIS post, I still will not have covered every single Paw Patrol toy out there! Not even close. The good news is that that list is the best CHEAP Paw Patrol toys, so most of the individual pups & their vehicles are under $20. Since I already linked to so many of the individual pups in the previous posts, I’m not going to repeat any except for the originals.
P.S. If you missed the other posts in this Paw Patrol series, here they are:
Rescue Racers: Marshall, Rubble, Rocky set
Original Pups Mini Figures Set of all 6 pups
Vehicles I Have (surprisingly) Not Mentioned Yet
Skye’s Rocket Ship Vehicle and Figure – I’ve never seen a rocket ship episode but this is pretty cool!
I love that the show includes all these different types of animals as characters! These are so cute.
Jet to the Rescue
Remote Control Vehicles
Mini Ultimate Rescue Vehicles
So the Ultimate Rescue episodes came out this past summer, and there are a few really big vehicles (Skye’s, Chase’s, Marshall’s.) But the cool thing is that they also came up with a mini-version of all the pup’s ultimate vehicles, so we don’t have to deprive our children. (Ha!)
Back Flip Pups
For these guys, you push on their tail and they flip. It comes with a chart so you can have two pups “compete” and see who lands on their feet the most.
Pull Back Pups
The arms and legs on these toys extend, so when you push them down, they move. It also comes with a gate for them to race to!
Miscellaneous Fun Stuff
Command Center with Walkie Talkies – Okay, this one’s $30, but I think it’s awesome!
Pups to the Rescue Driver – This looks like a game center. I can see this being more fun for kids slightly older than my preschool age daughter.
Pup Boogie Music Mat – Uhhhhhhhh, I’m totally buying this for my kids for Christmas.
After the previous lists, this one seems so short! But as I said before, almost all of the individual pups of all the different sets are well below $20. Make sure you check them out here.
Well, guess what guys. THAT’S ALL OF THE TOY POSTS! You made it! I made it! We made it!
If you are tired of the toys, don’t forget to check out the list of the best non-toy gifts, like books, puzzles, and games. I usually like to get these kind of things for gifts, anyway. See you then!