164 Eclectic Kids Toys
When thinking about what kind of toy to buy for a child, it's important to consider the age and personality of the child. When children play, they're learning how to interact with others, define themselves, and learn new skills. It's important to put materials in front of them that encourage this process. More
Designed by Bjorn Dahlstrom for Playsam, the wooden Playsam Rocking Rabbit riding toy has received the Excellent Swedish Design seal of approval! The Rocking Rabbit pairs leather ears with a clean, glossy shine, and is available in two colors. What kid wouldn't want this as a birthday gift? See...
Playsam Rocking Rabbit - Red
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This fantastic lille city includes four extra small houses and a play map. The walls of the houses are reversible and patterned, so they can easily be customized.
The P'kolino Book Storage Buggee doubles as a book holder and a pull toy for toddlers and preschoolers.
Box Creation Pirate Ship
What's not to love about this little plush friend? What with wings for ears, a little blue tongue, and those saucers for eyes, you are sure to nab an attention grabbing-winner.
Everyone needs a swing IN the house. This trumps a slide any day, and it will add hours of fun during those cold winter months.
Have you ever wanted to pretend you were a roly-poly ball? Here's your chance! I suppose the kids would love it too.
Really take time to enjoy your surroundings; help the kiddos find birds, bunnies and squirrels, or maybe just spy on the neighbors.
Hi ho, hi ho, it's off to play you go! This fun stacking game is crafted from resin in a shocking chartreuse hue. Stack the log pieces as high as you can in the gnome's bag, being careful not to topple the pile. It's perfect for a housewarming gift, for parties, or just as a weekend diversion...
This handmade molecular model would be perfect pop of color in your child's space. A unique statement piece, it's sure to inspire little thinkers.
I want this set for my little girl. Anything that encourages a love of real books, learning, research and libraries is a must-have!
You can lounge and rest while the kids unpack their very own pocket kites. They're affordable enough to get one for everyone!
What kid doesn't want a secret fort? This play tent, or tipi, is one of the best looking of the bunch with its colorful folksy pattern. (Hey, this grownup would love to take a nap in it too!)
Tipi par Nathalie Lété
Future writers will flourish with the world's smallest post service around. A great way to teach your kid the ins and outs of snail mail in the world of email, fax machines and texting.
I love it when my children play with puzzles; they're so wonderful for building problem-solving skills. These mushrooms are totally cool.
Developed by Vilac, this classic ride is a children's toy that adults will love to see around the house, probably because photo stylists use it to death, and I mean that in a good way.
Vintage Red Car
This handcrafted set is made of slices of wood that are stamped on both sides with the letters of the alphabet. They would make a beautiful display.
You've probably seen the Mentos-in-Diet-Coke geyser experiment on YouTube, but I can tell you that it's much more exciting when you're creating the explosion in your own backyard. Make sure you also have a bottle of diet soda on hand, because your kids will probably want to get right to it!
Does it stack up? Brew up good times with this game from Imm Living. Balance the teacup-shaped pieces on top of one another to stack them up as high as you dare without toppling the tower. Wrapping transforms it into a great housewarming gift.18 piecesResinShips in 1-2 weeks
I can't wait until my daughter is old enough to play with wacky science kits like this glowing putty and slime set.
A Vintage Shelf in the Form of a Lighthouse. Constructed of Wood and Hand Painted in a Crackle Finish White with Red. This Shelf will Add Whimsy to Your Vintage Kitchen or Child's Room.
Who says a playhouse can't be an underwater retreat? I'd like to be under the sea in this little fabric playhouse that fits snugly over a standard card table. It's so handy to fold and store when not in use.
Give the kids these twig colored pencils along with a pad of paper at each place setting, and let the doodling begin. Leave a fill-in-the-blank note that says, "I'm thankful for..." for each kid to fill out.
It's certainly a toy (and I hope your children use it as such), but this giraffe will look awfully sculptural on the shelf as well. I highly recommend keeping this one in full view at all times, as it adds a fun look to any play space.
Geno the Giraffe
Perhaps a full-on picnic sounds like too much work? Younger kiddos will be just as happy with a teapot full of water and this friendly tea set out on your deck.
Bubbles 2.0: These bubbles actually harden, so you can touch them, roll them, stack them, etc. I love the crazy colors and glitter.
Decorate your nursery shelves with enchanting, homemade keepsakes like these spring rabbits handcrafted from vintage Pendleton wool.
Put that picnic table to good use; tabletop ping-pong seems best done outside — no breakables nearby!
When my family and I checked into a local resort for a weekend "staycation" this summer, the front desk person handed the kids these knobby balls. They had a blast playing with them in the pool.
Plant a tiny forest of 10 soft, multicolored trees on the little one's bed, and grow some rainbow-colored dreams.
This little sweet tooth tin does double duty: it's a chocolate Valentine's Day treat holder, and it's the perfect place for the kiddo's next lost tooth.
Sweet Tooth Box
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