Published at Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Marberl Run. By Alyssa Roach.
Soon after the First World War wooden toys became more reflective of the state the world was in during those times with the invention of wooden cars airplanes trains and fire trucks that became very popular with children everywhere. The fact that wooden toys can be made to represent a way of life increased its popularity more because it made children able to relate to the world around them and adapt to the constant changes.
There are also different types of toys that can be used in different situations for example outdoor games and construction sets that are also made of the same material are given as gifts. While these may not be so practical in winter they can often make an enjoyable summer activity.
Today wooden toys are not just preferred for their timeless and classic appeal. In a world plagued by environmental problems and people being concerned about their health and safety wooden toys offer a significant benefit by being non-toxic and free of harmful chemicals that are often found in most plastic toys these days like lead cadmium and mercury. Wooden toys are also not made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) that when inhaled can cause kidney damage cancer and learning disabilities.
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