5 good reasons to prefer wooden toys

Playful, colorful, design and hyper-resistant, wooden toys are all good! Greener and more elegant than plastic toys, they stimulate the imagination of the little ones and decorate the room for a long time. So many good reasons to start by offering wooden toys to your little one before yielding to the sirens of all plastic!
Montessori Toy


Wooden toys stay a long time

If wooden toys are slightly more expensive than plastic toys, it is also because they have an incomparably longer life. Made of a noble and durable material, they can be chewed, thrown and handled thousands of times without showing signs of fatigue. So not only they are not likely to break, to the despair of loulou, but in addition they serve the little brother, the little sister, the little cousins ??… and even later the little children!
Wooden train



Wooden toys stimulate the imagination

But what makes the quality of a toy is above all that it pleases the child while developing his dexterity! And good news, wooden toys are extremely popular with little ones.And strangely, even if they make no noise or light, the children adore and tell stories full of manipulation. Moreover, it is perhaps by chance that the famous pedagogue Maria Montessori recommended them to stimulate the awakening and fine motor skills of children!
Wooden Doll House



Wooden toys are less polluting

By choosing a wooden toy, one also chooses to limit the indoor pollution of the room of loulou while making a gesture for the planet. Produced from sustainably managed forests and painted with environmentally friendly paints, wooden toys are incomparably healthier than toys made in China with plastics that give off VOCs with shovels …
Wooden rocking horse



Wooden toys accompany children a long time

All parents know it: it’s not because a toy is expensive and the child is clamoring for it that it will last long time.Often, once the pleasure of discovery and novelty passed, the desired toy lands in a toy box where he is forgotten, loulou preferring to play with a piece of string or a mini-figurine found in the street … Arrrggghh ! If there is no rule in this area, it is however often the toys that leave the most room for the imagination that last the longest. One only has to see the success of the Kapla, these little boards that are used to build whole worlds from 2 to 99 years, to understand that the wood is much more attractive than one might think! br />
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