When Colette Bream does games, you know they’re also going to be works of art. I love this selection of familiar classics as well as original board games. Why settle for the usual when you can choose something really extraordinary?
Slides and Ladders- $48
Tiddlywinks Game- $34
Giant LUDO Game- $68
Tic Tac Toe Game- $15
These are just SOME of the games available. Visit Collette Bream’s etsy shop to see them all.
One of my favorite creative toy brands is Invisible Creature. They have done collaborations with Odd Galaxy, Uncle Goose (Stack and Scare Blocks), Super 7’s Wormwood, and now (thankfully!) again with Uncle Goose with their addition of the Barn Blocks.
The Invisible Creature Barn Studio blocks create a replica of a barn 30 miles east of Seattle. The barn was originally built for horses in 1964, but was remodeled for use as an artist studio last year. The blocks were made by Uncle Goose, and depict all kinds of creative and fun prints on each side. Can you spot the Eames rocker?
I love the whimsical pictures on each side and the concept of using the blocks to build one specific building (among many creative free-play uses). My toddler son would have a blast using these blocks, and I have to admit that I would love them just as much as him. These are going on my next wish list for upcoming holidays.
Any little ones you know resolving to learn to ride a bike this year? My younger one has yet to reach this milestone so we need to get to work on that asap! From the experience of his older brother though, I can tell you that learning to balance before adding pedals is the perfect way to master the two wheeler. Training wheels are so 1980-something.
Loll Designs partnered with Heritage Bicycles to create this little beauty out of recycled plastic. It features 12″ wheels, adjustable seat height and a Heritage medallion. Choose one of 10 colors. $260
You can also get a Bennett Balance Bike, which is the wooden version, for $300.
If your girls are lucky enough to have a Jess Brown doll to treasure, their precious friend might need a home that’s equally beautiful. You can find a Doll Furniture set by Jess Brown at Anthropologie. The Bed and Armoire are sold separately for $298 each. The armoire includes five outfits and their hangers.
The bed comes with a pillow, comforter and quilt.
How I would have loved this as a child! It’s the type of plaything that will one day be saved up in the attic for future generations.
Let me know if you get one! I’d love to see the photos of all the lucky girls this holiday season.
Then you may be further north with snow in the forecast, and this Wooden Snowman might be more appropriate.
Finally, be ready for Christmas with a Personalized Wooden Christmas Tree Toy.
Check out The Wandering Workshop for more beautiful gift ideas.
Hope you’re having a wonderful Thanksgiving break and are ready to take advantage of all the holiday sales and deals this Black Friday and through the weekend! Whether you’re traveling this weekend or not, I’m sure your on the move kiddos will love our picks from this collection of gifts from Milk Moostache! As an added bonus, through Monday, this list and everything else at Milk Moostache is 20% off with the code, WOW_TG_20. Happy shopping!
1- Circus Wagon- $90
2- Shape Sorting Truck- $45
3- School Bus Print- $30
4- Mini Speedy Le Mans Racing Car- $30
5- Dream Car Classic- $100
6- Wooden Train Village- $50
7- Play Puzzle Transportation- $35
8- Spherovelo- $100
9- Ride-On Retro Truck- $270
10- Wagonimals- $23
Thanks to Milk Moostache for sponsoring this holiday gift series. Milk Moostache is a unique modern online children’s boutique. It’s the perfect place to do your holiday gift shopping. They offer a carefully curated collection of superior quality and innovative children’s products sourced from all over the world, put simply, the must-haves for the cool kids!
I believe that one timeless, spectacular gift beats a pile of presents that will be forgotten and discarded within months. So if you’re looking for one really special gift that can be treasured for years to come, you can shop at DWR this holiday season. I love their collection of holiday gifts for the kids or kid at heart. Of course, for me, you could just buy anything from DWR and you’ll be my favorite.
Wooden Wonderland Building Block Set (Designed by Lee Storm for Hay) $80
Pieces N Play Domino Set (Designed by Lee Storm for Hay) $60
Ducky (Designed by Dor Carmon for Normann Copenhagen) $140
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I recognized the doll as being from Corby Tindersticks and assumed the orange pieces were as well, but couldn’t find them anywhere… until today! I happened to be browsing Milk Moostache, of one of our lovely advertisers, and BAM! There it was!
It’s the Interactive Road Atlas from Corby Tindersticks! $60
And if this cute little set isn’t enough, how about the Interactive World Weather Map?
And the Interactive Clock too! It’s not too soon to start shopping for the holidays- hint, hint.
Here’s another Kickstarter you really want to get in on. These amazing number blocks go well beyond stacking and knocking down– although you can start there!
Make learning math into play and exploration with SumBlox. The number value is represented by it’s height and helps reinforce value concepts.
These don’t just work for addition… you can even explore multiplication and fraction concepts. I could use these right now for my 3rd graders’ factors!
Pledge $65 for a set of 43 blocks and activity card. Retail price for this set is $90 (add $16 shipping).
Pledge $150 for a classroom set of 100 blocks plus 3 teaching manuals. Retail price is $200 (add $28 shipping).
via Cool Mom Picks