This award-winning wooden tools set was perfect for our 3-year-old nephew, who has successfully built many different vehicles from this set. It's clearly well-made and all the pieces fit together snugly. The set is age-appropriate, with tools appropriate for a child's dexterity, for example, small wooden nail that doesn't require a screwdriver for insertion.
This set of wooden Montessori carrot toys is the best value for the price. The carrots and fish are great small toys for younger kids, and the worm is a great toy for older kids. We love that it comes with 3-in-1 functions.
Decorate the cupcakes and then eat them. There's plenty of cream, sprinkles, cherries and fondant icing to go around.
One of our favorite wooden railway sets, it has something for everyone, trains, cranes, planes, coaches, cars, and trees. A great gift for kids 8 and up, and grown-ups too!
This artist studio table is the least expensive table we saw, but it's good enough that we'd recommend it to kids. Made of compressed wood, it is sturdy and durable.
With wooden pieces that are larger than most, this wooden activity cube is best suited for older children who can focus their attention on building things.
This kids' set includes all the tools for rolling, cutting, and sculpting in dough. The tools are also perfect for kids who want to sculpt with clay.
This fun and whimsical table and activity set will take up less space than you'd expect or expect from a foam toy. It's versatile, with six different activities to keep kids entertained.
Kids love drawing, and this coloring book lets them create beautiful designs.
Melissa & Doug's Little Hands String and Beep is the least expensive hands-on art activity we tried.