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There are so many wonderful reasons to buy wooden toys for your kids.
In addition to being more durable than plastic toys, wooden toys also encourage children to play more creatively.
They can also be a safer alternative to traditional plastic toys because they are typically harder to break and are greener than their plastic counterparts.
Not to mention that wooden toys are often a more beautiful addition to your home.
You might think that wood toys are more expensive but they often aren’t and, when you consider their longer life, are a much better addition to your toy box!
This Christmas, consider buying one of these twelve wooden toys for your kids – I’m sure they’ll love it!
Push and Pull Toy
Your toddler will surely enjoy this cute wooden push and pull toy, which comes in a variety of adorable animal shapes. The pull-along cord makes it great for walkers and the easy-to-grip handle makes it fun for sitters to roll across the floor.
Hand Painted Foods
Help your kids learn the four food groups and practice their sorting skills with these cute set of hand painted wooden foodwith crates. This adorable set includes a variety of food pieces from all four food groups, such as eggs, steak, fish, watermelon, bread, and bananas.
This unique toy has so many different uses. Whether your child plays with this wooden rocker as a rocker or turns it over to create a slide, they’ll love the versatility of this wooden toy. Let your kid use their imagination to decide what this fun toy can be – a doll bed, puppet stage, step stool, seesaw, or tunnel.
Your kids will have hours of creative fun with this set of colorful wooden building blocks. With 100 blocks in four colors and nine shapes, the possibilities are endless! Your children’s imagination can run wild with this classic educational toy.
Train and Tracks
This adorable wooden train setwill have your kids occupied for hours. They’ll enjoy setting up the train tracks just as much as they’ll love pulling the train around their creation. This full set includes engines, coach cars, zoo and farm animals, and freight cars, and fit perfectly with these wooden train tracks.
Featuring three chomping alligators, spinning butterflies and ladybug beads, this cute wood walkeris sure to engage your toddler as they play. They can push the walker around using the sturdy handle or sit on the floor and play with the fun wooden characters – either way, they’ll have a blast!
Fold & Go Doll House
With a set of two wooden play figures and 11 pieces of wooden furniture, this cute fold and go dollhouse looks like so much fun. Your child will love the portability of this adorable dollhouse, which also features a handle for easy transport.
Give your baby a safe teething option with this cute set of wooden teethers. In addition to helping ease your baby’s teething pain, these wooden teethers will also help them improve their hand and eye coordination.
Pounder and Xylophone
What toddler doesn’t love to pound on something? Give them a toy to channel that pounding energy while developing hand-eye coordination at the same time. This award winning musical pounding toy includes a slide out xylophone for unending pounding possibilities!
Tea parties are so much fun! Especially when you have a beautiful and sturdy set to play with. This tea set even has wood tea bags! Imagine all the fun your child can create with this lovely set.
Kids love puzzles. This wood name puzzle is not only beautiful and fun, but it also will help them start to recognize the letters in their name. This puzzle will provide years of learning and fun with spelling, letter recognition, and name recognition.
Learning Tower and Desk
Ok, so technically this isn’t a toy. But I couldn’t resist! Learning towers are great for kids to help out in the kitchen and are so much safer than standing on a chair. I especially like this one because it converts easily into a desk where they can draw, play, or eat. We have this learning tower and desk and have used it multiple times every day.
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