193 Eclectic Kids Toys
Collect globes? What a fun conversation starter and way to get kids excited about geography and science! This kid-friendly globe disguises itself really well as a unique addition to a grownup home.
Box Creation Pirate Ship
This is such a cool idea - send L.L. Bean your address, and they'll customize a jigsaw puzzle that portrays a map of your hometown. Please be advised, some are based on older survey maps, so don't pin your hopes on seeing your own house on the map if it's a fairly new build!
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.
If you're feeling crafty, you could install a Lego wall. You'll need several baseplates, and attach them to the wall with adhesive Velcro pads. The kids can have fun attaching their Lego pieces to the wall, and they'll stay put until the next playtime. It might not work for large Lego collections...
Lego Large Baseplates
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.
I love this concept. Box Play creates eco-friendly stickers that turn everyday containers — think milk cartons, macaroni and cheese containers, egg crates, toilet paper rolls — into toys, like milk carton trucks. Let's face it, the kids love the boxes and packaging more than the gift most times...
Bear Chalkboard Coat Hook
A modern tree puzzle like this would be great to make with the kids. I love how textural the patterns are.
This soft tea set is a perfect touch to your Wonderland-themed or whimsical English tea themed nursery. Plus pretend tea is sweetest, or at least the most joyful, from this delightful crocheted set.Set of plush teapot and two cups and saucersPolypropylene; cotton fillSpot cleanTeapot: 5"H, 6.5"...
Let the kid in you howl with this cute plush dog. Long tendrils of salvaged newspaper create a great coat for this Hungarian herder. The most memorable guest room I ever entered had classic pristine accommodations and an extremely unexpected and slightly strange bed fellow. Give it to a loved one...
Newsy Puli Dog
Lovely to handle, this mini neighborhood of handmade felt and wood is great for imaginative play or artful shelf display.
Skip the standard rug and go for an interactive playmat instead. I like that this one isn't too rigid, which makes it better suited for fostering open-ended play.
Funky Organic Playmat
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!
These gorgeous hand-stamped, hand-colored wooden discs would not only be adorable on display, but help your little one with memory and recognizing his colors.
What child doesn't love stories about mice and their creative use of everyday items? Now they can act out - or better yet - create the stories themselves.
Decorate your nursery shelves with enchanting, homemade keepsakes like these spring rabbits handcrafted from vintage Pendleton wool.
I love a product that is beautiful and functional. Not only will these soft alpaca wool blocks be a fun first toy for your child, they will also look great in your baby's space.
He has short fur, glass eyes, vinyl tongue, and his nose is still intact but a bit scuffed. Good vintage condition otherwise. His fur is in true wire hair style. He stands in such a classic terrier pose which makes him wonderful as a display in a vignette or for photo prop. You don't see many pups...
I love when a designer uses an unexpected material. Astroturf on a piggy bank certainly fits the bill.
Have you ever touched one of these darling handmade dolls by Bla Bla? If not, you should! They are so soft + sweet. Plus, they are the perfect accessory in a room of girls.
This pirate ship makes a nice decor statement on a shelf, and it can also be taken down for play time.
Le Toy Van Ghost Ship
Here's a sweet set of sixteen wood blocks from the 1940s to 50s that have Mother Goose nursery rhymes on them. Two sides are incised with figures while the other four sides have the rhymes printed on them. Probably not meant for children's play any longer, these chippy colorful pieces would look...
1950s child's tricycle in original red and silver paint and in working order, found in Ohio. Tricycle
These crayon letters are made with non-toxic crayons mixed with soy wax, giving them a smooth and creamy texture. Pick seven letters for $8.75 and spell out your kids' names. Each set comes in a natural cotton bag.
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