Fisher-Price Little People Toys

When it comes to educational toys for children and infants, Fisher-Price is one of the world's most trusted names. It has been entertaining kids for generations and its Little People toys are a colourful and creative addition to this world of wonder and imagination. Fisher-Price boasts a huge collection of toddler toys and play sets to select from to help your young ones develop social skills, discover new roles, and learn to share with those around them.

Toys With Personality

Fisher-Price Little People toys are each designed with a unique personality in mind, just like real kids. From outgoing and brave to thoughtful and caring, each individual is designed to help infants learn about themselves and others. In addition to people with all ranges of skin colours, hair styles, and clothes, there's also a cute collection of animals to add to your playroom.

Themed Sets

Get building with Fisher-Price Little People Construction toys or get up close to furry friends with the Fisher-Price Little People Zoo toys. Celebrate the festive season with the Christmas Story Scene, head out on the water with Floaty Boat, or get moving with the Little People's School Bus. Fisher-Price's themed props, sets, and scene-starters allow your kids to create their own worlds and imagine them their way.

The Importance of Imagination

Fisher-Price's Little People toys draw on the company's philosophy that imaginative play helps develop creative thinkers and problem solvers. When children and infants are encouraged to think things through while at play, they are empowered with the skills that will help them succeed in later years. Little People toys allow them to explore the unknown, while developing language and comprehension skills for life.

Connect With Disney Characters

Fisher-Price has teamed up with Disney to create some of your child's favourite Disney characters and settings in miniature form with Little People toys. Collect Belle and the Beast from Beauty and the Beast or Ariel and Aurora from The Little Mermaid, with palaces, tea party settings, and even Rapunzel’s Tower to help them set the scene.