Wooden toys for 1 year olds
I love wooden toys, they’re durable, good for the environment and they look good.
Not only that, most wooden toys don’t have batteries in them which makes them even better. When toys don’t have batteries in them, you don’t need to worry about leaking batteries. And since they don’t make any (annoying) sounds, your child doesn’t get overstimulated and they need to use their imagination.
Do you also love wooden toys and want to buy some? Then have a look at these great wooden toys for your one-year-old.
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Sorting from big to small, or from small to big. Stacking rings are a great toy for your little one. These rings will teach your child the difference between big and small, and help with their hand-eye coordination.
My girl absolutely loves this toy, and she already has it for over a year. Use the hammer to tap on the balls and hear the sounds, you can also use the parts separate and tap on the xylophone itself to make music.
An open ended toy that can be used for a lot of things, make different shapes, stack them, or use them as tunnels for cars. I’m sure your one-year-old will have a lot of fun with this toy.
This wooden toy does make sounds, so it does have a battery and it’s the first wooden toy I see that has that. But what is a smartphone without sounds?
Every toddler loves to pretend that they’re a little adult, and in these times, you need a smartphone for that.