For the children in your life… With so much focus on cheap, plastic toys, it’s nice to see that there are always other options that are just as—if not more—fun. We searched around for some great alternatives with toys that are built-to-last and more of investments instead of just another thing to throwaway in a few months. Take a look.
A large set of colorful, magnetic blocks that can connect together into any design your kid wants to create.
Vibrant, chubby crayons that are easy for your child to hold and they can stack them when they’re done.
An adjustable bike that goes from a tricycle to a balance bike that then grows with your child till the age of 6.
A classic child’s toy that provides hours of adventures as they hope around.
A set of colorful, cardboard pieces that fit together to create houses, mountains, skyscrapers, trees, and roads.
A simple, modern tent that folds up when playtime is over but looks great when left out for play.
A functional and fun, animal-shaped toy that can be uses in a variety of ways – as a step stool, a rocking chair, a seat, or even a backrest.
Give your child an introduction to modern architecture and design with this two-story dollhouse that we’d all like to live in.
Robot-like figures made of wood that have elastic-band muscles letting them be manipulated into different forms.
Featuring Arne Jacobsen’s famous typography, these neon-colored pencils not only look good, they’ll help your child remember their numbers as they write and draw.
A dreamy, minimalist playhouse that brings a sculptural twist to child’s play.
A toy that was invented when the designer was looking for a way to divide a cube equally and resulted in this peculiar design that’s made up of 8 interconnected cubes that can be divided in multiple ways for hours of fun.