10 Beautiful Wooden Toys for Toddlers

Wooden toys are beautiful as well as functional, inspire creative play and open exploration, and are simply a joy to have around. If you're looking for wooden toys for toddlers, here are some of my favorite discoveries. 

Wooden Marble Run

This wooden marble run from The Wooden Wagon comes with 26 unfinished beechwood blocks and 5 colored wooden marbles in a storage tray.

Drop the marbles in and watch them slide and turn.

This award winning toy is simple, ageless, sturdy, and always fascinating for little ones to play with.

EverEarth Musical Triangle Flip

EverEarth uses renewable rubberwood and wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, water based paint that is safer for kids and the environment, and 70% of their packaging is recycled paperboard.

Besides all that, they make beautiful toys.

The Musical Triangle Flip brings 6 musical options to little musicians. One side has a xylophone and two spinning wheels with sounds. The other side has a drum, washboard, and a spring back clacker.

Melissa and Doug Shape Sequence Sorting Set

Dylan got this toy as a gift recently, and he loves it!

The sorting set lets you explore colors, shapes, sizes, matching, and sequencing, plus open ended possibilities. Dylan loves to build towers with the well-made, fun to handle blocks.

While I've only chosen one for this list, Melissa and Doug make a number of quality wooden toys for toddlers that are well-priced.

Wooden Rainbow

This rainbow stacker really captures my imagination. I really love the bright colors and the imprecise curve to each layer.

You can use this toy to learn about colors and size sequencing, as a prop for telling rainbow stories, lining up the pieces o their sides to be a colorful winding road for cars, and anything else you can dream up.

Matchimals Memory Game

Ryan's Room, creates beautiful wooden toys for toddlers from maple hardwood.

This wooden faces memory game is a delight to look at and hold in your hands. The 30 engraved tiles (15 pairs) show animal faces. 

The tiles come in a drawstring bag and include instructions for 5 different games. Of course there are plenty you could invent yourselves, as well!

Sorting Bowls with Fish

Here is my favorite toy on this list!

The sorting bowls set is a Waldorf-based toy. It includes 6 bowls in beautiful, pastel colors and 3 little hearts in each matching color.

A set like this makes learning colors, sorting, counting, adding, and subtracting a peaceful, soothing activity.

City Skyline Glow Block Set

This charming city skyline block set is perfect for imaginative play.

It includes 32 pieces - buildings, cars, trees, and monuments - made from eco-friendly rubberwood.

Plus, these blocks have a secret surprise! They glow in the dark! For extra fun, turn off the lights and enjoy the glowing windows of a city skyline at night.

Safari Jumble Puzzle

These adorable animals from Petit Collage are hand-cut from FSC-certified natural beech wood.

Each of the 9 whimsical animals is an individual joy - alligator, giraffe, elephant, hippopotamus, and more.

There are so many ways to play with them! They stack creatively, and they all fit together as a puzzle inside their wooden tray.

Janod Kubix Exotic Dominoes

This domino set will amaze and delight you and your child! It's made up of 28 water-painted wooden parts, starting with cute little bow-tied penguins.

The set includes obstacles for inventing a creative domino path - stairs, bridges, doors, and more.

The bright playful colors will please your little one, and the handled storage box will delight you for ease of clean up.

Melissa& Doug Gourmet Chef Kitchen

A play kitchen is a classic for pretend play, but the newfangled plastic variety leave something to be desired.

The Gourmet Chef Kitchen from Melissa & Doug is made from with a child safe paint finish. The contemporary style kitchen includes an oven, stovetop, cabinet/fridge, hutch, sink, and rotating dials.

You can round out the kitchen experience with wooden play food, as well.

There you have it! A few of the wooden toys for toddlers that have captured my attention. What's your favorite toy on this list?

 

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6 thoughts on “10 Beautiful Wooden Toys for Toddlers”

  1. What an awesome list! That marble run looks like something I would have loved!

    What about Brio trainsets? Those were tremendous favorites of my brothers and I from very young to quite old. They’re wonderfully sturdy, expandable, long-lasting, and can vividly remember learning about polarity while playing with the magnets on the trains. Mom’s saving our extensive collection for the grand kids.

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  2. The cool thing about some (most) of these toys is that they are appealing to adults, too. I really like the marble run and dominoes myself.

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