These attractive play cubes offer a partial remedy to the where-to-put-it problem by concealing many odds and ends. Topped with fabric-covered lids, they also serve as extra seating.
Kids delight in the details of the play castle including the dungeon tucked under the slide, complete with barred window in the door. Scroll down the page for all the details.
The rocking horse is fairly simple to build. I used oak, cherry, chestnut and maple boards, and the body is pine. Use your imagination (and your scrap pile) to determine what wood you use.
Make either the climbing lizard or the tumbling acrobat string toys for hours of enjoyment for children.
Based on an old family heirloom, this toy top makes a great gift for young and old alike. Send it spinning with a tug on the string.
Get kids started right with a workbench that is more than a toy. This bench is 24 inches high – just right for 6 to 10-year-olds to use.
This little stool is patterned after an old-time farm milking stool but at a smaller size to make it convenient for a child to sit on.
Your toddler will have hours of fun on this small-scale indoor sliding board. This sliding board is only 30 inches high and is meant for youngsters just beginning to walk and climb.
This magic coin bank has a drawer where you drop in your coin. When you close the drawer and open it again the coin is gone!
Traditional joinery and a unique rocking mechanism highlight this heirloom cradle project.