The charm of playing with wooden toys is not new. Wooden toys have been used for thousands of years. Archaeological studies and examination of the tombs have revealed that thousands of years ago, children played with wooden toys. Children in the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian empires were known to play with wooden toys, including carved wooden toys such as horses and dolls. In the 16th century, the sale of wooden toys was high in most of Europe, from ordinary families to children of the royal family. Due to the massive sale of wooden toys, by 17th the craft of wooden toys became very advanced and there were almost real toys available to enchant children of that time. From then on, more elaborate wooden toys are being made in new colors, styles and dimensions. Now we can see more charming blocks than ever, trains, motor homes, trucks, soldiers and surprise boxes.
Wooden toys bring peace and harmony to children, they are durable, they do not make loud noises, they do not interrupt the child’s attention with every microsecond of changing lights adding to the general confusion in the child’s mind. They help the child to concentrate when she wishes and learns a lot in the same play process. Today, with an increasing awareness of parents about children’s educational and learning requirements, more and more parents are looking for toys specially oriented to a specific purpose. Wooden toys have all the responses of these parents. They are being made exactly at the request of the parents and now we can have a large number of options according to the taste and age of the children. Learning wooden toys is helpful to make learning easy and fun. As the child ages, more complex wooden toys would help these children, such as alphabet blocks and more like these. Wooden educational toys are made for the purpose of home schooling, which is most beneficial for a child because this activity lays the foundation for advanced education. Many schools now offer a separate toy room for children to spend time learning on their own.
Toys have been shown to show more promise in the early days of a child’s educational life compared to any other source and among toys; Wooden toys are the best choice for both parents and children. No sharp edges, no loud noises that hurt your ears, no bright shifting lights that are not eye-friendly flickering into the eyes of delicate eyes.