Published at Friday, 11 May 2018. Marberl Run. By Wendy Mcfadden.
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.
Many people overlook the fact that toys shape a childs initial perspective and help them understand the world around them on their terms. They are certainly not just playthings that serve to amuse distract and entertain them while their parents are at work but educational aids that help develop their sensory and motor skills as well as bring out their creativity and imagination.
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.
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