Another incredible year and so many amazing wooden toys that I have blogged, reviewed and discovered over the course of the year.
Wooden toys are utterly classic beauties that stand the test of time and general wear and tear of children. They are full of endless play as there are no batteries, no noises and the child gets to use their imagination to bring the toy alive.
Whether they are playing with a super cool modular dollhouse, having fun with brilliant Geo puzzles, building castles and forts, balancing on boards, stacking cats, or creating fun play spaces for their cars, trucks and planes.
Each child who plays with these toys will have a different and unique experience from the next kid and even day to day, as it will all depend on your child’s imagination.
It is these toys that will be passed down to the next generation, loved, played with and cherished. Not the cheap plastic ones with all the bells and whistles that will go to landfill after dying a quick death due to poor workmanship, breakages and dead batteries.
In choosing wooden toys, you are choosing to think about your child’s future and their kids’ future.
Gift Guide details from the top of the tree and L to R are:
Egmont Doll House Modern – The Mini Manor & Co $88.00
Ze Geoanimo by Djeco – Tiny Paper Co $54.95
Milianiwood Animal Factory – Wild and Whimsical Things $28.95
Castle Block Set – Play to Learn $49.00
Wobbel Board – Sweet Elephants $295.00
Grimms Wooden Blocks Colour Tree Slices The Creative Toy Shop $73.00
BuildMe Wooden Toys – Tow $59.00
Pinch Toys – Mini Set Retro 70s Cars – Monkeynmoo Shop $32.00
Wooden Cat Stacking Puzzle – Happy Go Ducky Toys $23.00
Friendly Toys – Wooden Plane – Wiggles Piggles $39.95
This line up are all from Australian online small business retailers who are supporting their families with their business. In supporting them you support their families this Christmas.
Disclosure: this post was written in conjunction with these beautiful shops All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.