• This children's set of stacking boxes is a perfect keepsake, or the ideal companion for busy kids on the go.  Comes in an eco-friendly slider box that can easily fit in your car or bag.  Excellent quality natural wooden blocks are made of birch.  These seemingly simple toys are perfect for early learning development - kids will have creative fun building houses, barns, and boats in their own style.Natural Wooden Stacking Blocks. Children Busy Box
  • Set includes four wooden, 12-piece farm animal jigsaw puzzles-a hen and her chick, cow, a pig, and a horse-- each stored in a separate compartment of a sturdy wooden box! The slide-on box lid doubles as a convenient puzzle board! Each puzzle piece is shape-coded on the back for easy sorting. Great for travel!
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    Animals "sound off" when the two wooden cubes are properly placed in the wooden tray! Find the halves that match and listen to six different, realistic farm animal sounds. Develops visual perception and fine motor skills.Dimensions: 3.8" x 4.3" x 7" AssembledRecommended Ages: 2+ years AAA batteries not included.
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    Han-crafted, sanded, and stained for hours of family fun. The name pick-up sticks may have come from this children's nursery rhyme: One, two, buckle my shoe, Three, four, shut the door, Five, six, pick up sticks, Seven, eight, lay them straight, Nine, ten, a big fat hen."MEMBER PRICE $9.86
  • A popular 20th-century craft project. Includes a sturdy loom made of ABS plastic, hook, instructions and enough colorful cotton loops to make six potholders.recommended for ages 7+
  • This game was also known as Jackstones, Five Stones, Knucklebones, and other names. Knucklebones eventually led to the game of dice (which was mostly played by boys) and to the game of jacks (which was mostly played by girls). Jacks is a game of skill, as are earlier games that involve throwing the jacks into the air and catching them, or bouncing a ball and picking up a certain number of jacks from a surface. Children all over the world have played some form of jacks for centuries.MEMBER PRICE $8.06
  • Historical Background: The yo-yo dates back to ancient Greece and was used in England, France, and other European countries. It was also known as a "Bandelure" or winding toy and, in England, a "Prince of Wales" toy. Today, most yo-yos are made from either wood or plastic, but they have also been made from gold, silver, and animal horn.MEMBER PRICE $6.26
  • The Jacob's Ladder toy dates back to Pilgrim times in the New World and was allowed as a Sunday toy for Puritan children because of its biblical reference (Genesis 28:12). Jacob was on a journey and had a dream about angels moving up and down a ladder between heaven and earth. Other Sunday toys included the Handkerchief Doll (church doll), Noah's Ark, Whirlygig, Pillars of Solomon, Wolf in Sheep's Clothing, and the Buzz Saw. The Jacob's Ladder toy is still enjoyed today by both children and adults (as a "nice quiet toy").MEMBER PRICE $8.96
  • Before wool fibers could be woven, they had to be washed, carded to get the long fibers all lengthwise, and then spun into thread with drop spindles or spinning wheels. This spun thread or yarn could then be dyed with berries, tree bark, flowers, or herbs. Weaving fabric for clothing for the entire family was a demanding job. Children helped out with many of these chores even when they were very young. Weaving was considered a necessity rather than an art in Colonial America. Weaving prospered until about the latter half of the 18th century. The Industrial Revolution caused many young women to leave their homes and work in the factories. By 1828, power looms were being used in American and European factories and mills.MEMBER PRICE $15.26
  • This wooden farm set includes 61 pieces to build a colorful barn, fences, stable, and a silo. It even includes trees, tractors and animals to complete the scene and extend the imaginative play. All the pieces store neatly in a sturdy wooden tray. Dimensions: 2.5" x 12.3" x 14.4" Packaged Recommended Ages: 3+ years
  • Solid maple letters are connected by a wooden peg and can be powered by an engine and brought up at the rear by a caboose! Price shown is for each pc.  Handmade by the AmishPlease specify letters needed