The Baby Walker Bajo walker helps babies find their feet and walk with confidence. Made with FSC-certified wood and painted with non-toxic paints, it takes sustainability to the next step (pun intended) by becoming a wagon for longer use. Young children love musical toys and this wooden drum has a pleasant sound and allows them to experiment and find different notes. Unlike synthetic materials, wooden toys are, in most cases, treated with child-safe paint finishes, which means that they are non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
We've prepared this list of the 16 best Montessori wooden toys that also make great birthday gifts for your little one. Safe, eco-friendly and amazingly beautiful to look at, wooden toys for children will always be a better choice, no matter how hard their plastic counterparts try to change it. We love these wooden games from Big Future Toys because they offer a variety of ways for children to explore. Although everything depends on the preferences of each person, the most popular wooden toys for babies are xylophones, game cubes, wooden gyms, tap benches, musical walkers, swivel music boxes, derbies, bicycles and mazes of accounts.
Toys with cords, such as this apple and woodworm, challenge young children's fine motor skills and can keep children busy for long periods of time, a blessing when traveling by car, on airplanes, or in the rows of grocery stores. The children's wooden toy comes with additional instruments (such as rotating blocks, a musical note xylophone and a bass drum) to create your own melodies. Although wooden toys are a much safer option, you should make sure that they weren't made from wood that contains formaldehyde or toxic finishes. Unlike wooden toys for children, plastic options are chock-full of chemicals: BPA, phthalates, lead, formaldehyde, flame retardant chemicals, and PVC are just a few of the materials most commonly found in baby toys.
In the kit you will find a wooden book full of animals, a safe mirror for children, a holder for white cards and cards, a wooden rattle, a silicone teether and a cotton crochet ball to help the baby grab it, and a cotton rope basket to safely store all the wooden toys for newborn babies in one place. In fact, many wooden toys can pose as Danish design objects (and wouldn't look out of place next to a succulent on a mantle) when they're not in the hands of a small child. Toddlers will love the challenge of using the wooden tweezers to remove these wooden bees and return them to their hive.