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.
Drop the coin into the box…the coin hits the trip plate…and the box explodes. A great prank toy.
To make my yo-yos, I use familiar shop tools: bandsaw, tablesaw, drill press, and disc sander. You could also turn yo-yos on a lathe.
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.
This set of wooden tool box plans, because of their simplicity, are great to get kids involved.
Here is a free pattern for a large puzzle piece with its own stand.
The Wooden Bike Plans include patterns and simple instructions for making your own wooden bike.
You can build unusual and useful wood bikes without welding. This is a simple one speed wooden bike with coaster brake, fits everyone from little kids to adults. There are no metal tubes in the frame.
This little wooden truck toy will bring a lot of unalloyed joy to any tiny, weenie fellow and it is easy to make, too.