Published at Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Marberl Run. By Alyssa Roach.
Wooden toys are becoming popular as gifts for young children as an alternative to the more mass-produced variety of toys. They are safe and designed especially for younger users and are often made of sustainable woods such as rubberwood or even recycled wood. Any paints used are almost always non toxic and often eco friendly too.
Give a toy that will bring joy to your child no need of replacing batteries and it will even be a great toy that grandma and grandpa can enjoy with the kiddos.
From wooden puzzles toys evolved to something more elaborate during the Victorian era where grown women became obsessed over wooden doll houses that were made with marble and ivory and intricately detailed to resemble a real house and it even reached a point where it actually cost as much as a real house. Another kind of wooden toys that became popular especially during the Middle Ages were wooden puppets which ventriloquists would show off at street-side carnivals and the Lincoln Logs which were notched miniature logs that can be used to build miniature forts and buildings and are still around to this day. The Lincoln Logs were invented by John Lloyd Wright in 1916 and was patterned after the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo which was designed by his father architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
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