Wooden toys require a child to use their imagination to play. Children can choose from realistic wooden toys that replicate real-life items such as wooden food, vehicles, and household items, or from simpler ones such as blocks and geometric shapes.
Role-play and imaginative play will also stimulate different types of intelligence like emotional, thinking, and social skills. Some of the classic wooden toys, like puzzles and building blocks, help children with mathematics, motor skills and problem-solving.
After all, you only have to see how much fun a child can have with a wooden stick, and how whole new worlds can be created with just a small piece of wood. A wooden toy is soothing and appeals to a baby's sense of touch, as it’s smooth, warm and tactile.
The natural textures of wooden toys stimulate the child’s senses as they invite them to touch, feel and explore each surface of the toys. Examples of great first wooden toys for a newborn baby would be wooden teething rings and rattles.
As the baby gets a bit older, simple wooden stacking toys are great for developing hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, and then as the baby develops into a toddler, a wooden pull-along toy is perfect to keep your little one running around for hours!
Comes with rubbing your hands over a well-crafted wooden object, it’s a certain sensation that kids know better than anyone. On top of this feeling, there is a timeless element that wooden kid’s toys add to a room. This modern look and simplicity add the perfect décor to any room.