Uncle Goose – classic wooden blocks

I was first introduced to Uncle Goose wooden blocks, all designed AND made in the USA, by the lovely Faye from Abacus Kids a few years back. As an American brand of blocks it wasn’t one I was familiar with nor grew up with unlike I am sure many American readers. But this brand of block is a powerhouse and one you need to know about.

Producing blocks for more than 30 years, this family run business has kept their design and manufacturer of wooden toys in the USA since they began in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1983.

They have wooden blocks in over 23 different languages including French, Korean, Sign Language, Cherokee, Chinese and Greek.

Sign language - uncle goose

Cherokee blocks - uncle goose Greek blocks - uncle gooseThey also produce unique designs like the Eames House, bug blocks and math blocks.

Bug blocks - Uncle GooseMath and pattern - uncle goose
Eames house blocks - Uncle GooseNeutraface wooden blocksHowever, what you may not them for is their Classic ABC block in a wooden wagon, a timeless heirloom toy that has been used now for many a generation and will remain a firm favourite for many more. 
Wooden cart and blocks - uncle gooseMore Uncle Goose toys are available through their website or exclusively distributed via Rose and Lily in Australia. All bricks and mortar stockists are here.

Disclosure: this is not a sponsored post. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.