Gift Guide: Low Tech Toys

In our house low tech toys are the way to go! I believe they inspire a child’s imagination and allows them to be more creative than a toy that flashes and makes noise. This gift guide was inspired by my daughter who is currently 20 months old (I even ordered her some of these for Christmas), but will work for toddlers and preschoolers. I am extremely surprised at how colorful it turned out because I usually stray away from bright colors, enjoy!

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Amazon

Amazon is an amazing place to buy toys. They have a massive selection from all sorts of retailers. You are able to price check different products and read reviews to pick the best ones.

Magnet Tiles     –     Wooden Letters      –      Wooden Rainbow Stacking Blocks

Green Toys

Green Toys products are all 100% made from recycled plastic and their packaging is made from recycled cardboard. They have a great selection of low-tech toys.

Dump Truck     –     Stacking Cups     –     Ferry Boat with Mini Cars 

Janod

Janod wooden toys are my favorite. All of their toys promote early childhood education and learning through play.

Wood DIY Truck     –     Vanity Set     –     Balance Bike

Mama May I

Mama May I creates wooden toys inspired by Montessori and Waldorf methodologies. This small business was also created by a mom.

Bakery in a Box     –     Little People Car Pull Toy     –     Sensory Box

Tiny Paper Co

Tiny Paper Co is a store based in Australia. They have a beautiful collection of toys from different sellers.

Playsilks     –     View Thru Geometric Solids     –     Mini Ducks

From Jennifer

From Jennifer is an Esty shop that specializes in wooden products. They have educational toys and school supplies.

Wooden Castle     –     Wooden Name Puzzle     –     Bow and Arrows

What is your favorite low-tech toy?

                            

9 comments / Add your comment below

  1. I love these! It’s so great to have toys that encourage my toddlers imagination and motor skills. (Not having to deal with batteries is an added bonus!)

  2. I adore all of these, but the bow and arrow is my favorite. These are precious pieces! We prefer giving our kiddos low-tech toys and these definitely all fit the bill.

  3. I love all of these picks! My twin girls are 2 1/2 and go to a Montessori school so I like to get non-tech toys, and honestly those are the ones that they gravitate towards too!

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