High Quality Wooden Toys That Parents Will Love

In an age when technology rules and there are an abundance of battery-operated play items, it’s nice to go back to basics and enjoy classic wooden toys.

Hape has an amazing variety of brightly coloured wooden toys for babies and toddlers. You can find simple toys, like this clown ring stacker, to more complex toys, like this tool workbench builder set. Parents will be impressed by the array of toys Hape has to choose from, and the best part is that these toys are well-made and educational.

When it comes to choices for babies, some favourites include this Shake and Match shape sorter, which is great for developing hand-eye coordination, as well as these ABC stacking blocks, to help inspire your little one to build and learn the alphabet.

Hape has a variety of wonderful push and pull toys. There are simple ones, like this elephant, as well as ones that baby can grow into, like this wonder walker.

As your child grows they can spend hours of fun with toys like this activity cube, abacus, train sets, balance bike, matching games or marble runs, to name a few.

So save yourself some money on batteries and invest in quality wooden toys from Hape. Let your child’s imagination bring these toys to life and they will learn some valuable skills while having fun.


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Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor is a mother of two kids living in the suburbs east of Toronto, Ontario. When she’s not working or spending time with her kids you can find her sitting in lotus pose on her yoga mat, sitting snuggled on the couch with her husband catching up on favourite shows or watching a movie or sitting with her laptop writing and editing her blog Mama @ Heart (www.mamaatheart.com). You can also like and follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.