Play with all your toys
A child’s rich creativity and imagination is stimulated most by ‘open ended’ toys. Toys without set goals or targets, no keeping score, complex rules or tallying of points. Simply there to be discovered, enjoyed and played with. Combining toys makes those possibilities endless. Find some suggestions below.
The Wobbel finds it’s origin in the Waldorf schools. With the Wobbel we present this classic balance board in a modern design and contemporary editions.
Grimms wooden Toys
We love wood because it is a natural material so it always has various markings that show up in our products, making each one unique.
KAPLA® is a natural construction game made up of identical pine planks. Due to their unique size, in the ratio of 1:3:5, KAPLA planks are an innovative building block, ideal for creating a wide variety of structures.
Lubulona toys are designed and created with a lot of love and dedication and are made to inspire creativity and free play. Our construction set Lubu Town allows kids to build and rebuild creative urban constructions.
PLAYMOBIL®’s unique play principle stimulates imagination and creativity and thus promotes development. Children can not only slip into many different roles, but also recreate and experience the world in miniature.
Born out of our desire to revive the glamorous '60s American modernist vibe and carve it into awesome contemporary wood toy designs.
Designed for little kids with big imaginations, Magna-Tiles® and Magna-Qubix® magnetic blocks encourage free play and reduce screen time while encouraging interest in STEM learning.
With Nugget, playtime is a whole new animal, and every day is another adventure. Construct castles, ride on rocketships, say Hi to a friendly tiger on a safari, and still make it back home in time for dinner.
Reasons your child isn't playing with their toys (and what to do about it)
It’s a very common scene. A child is surrounded by toys, but plays with none of them. Why? Many times they are toys we or loved ones have spent precious money on in hopes that they would inspire our children in their play, only to find that our hopes are dashed when our children don’t play the way we imagined. Here are a few quick questions to ask on a regular basis that may help shed light into a reason that may be making it harder for a child's play to take off