This simple stacking sculpture flaunts itself by apparently defying natural laws. A series of blocks are stacked in such a way that the topmost one extends beyond its supports. Viewers are convinced that the blocks are attached to each other, but closer inspection indicates that they are wholly independent The sculpture relies on some basic physical principles. Read on for a thorough description and several ideas.
The Jacobs ladder is one of the most ancient and famous of folk toys.
Here is one of my finest toy train projects. It is not designed for hard play but rather as a keepsake. My four year old son loves his. He does play with it, ever so kindly, on occasion but mostly leaves it on display atop his bookshelf.
Here is a really fun wood puzzle. Amaze your friends by hooking the rubber band in the bottom.
Here is nice looking wooden car project. It is another of my own designs taken from a picture of an old toy.
Here is an easy to build sports car toy that is lots of fun to make and even more fun for the child you give it to. It serves well as an everyday toy when made of pine or as a special toy when select hardwoods are used.
This airplane is moderately easy to build and can be completed in a fairly short time. Your young aviator will enjoy many hours of flying time with this great biplane and have a nice keepsake for later years.
Children will enjoy towing this duckling pull toy around.
Here is a fine project for your workshop that will delight that favorite child. This wooden sled toy can be made from all non-priority materials in a few hours time.
Here is a large farm type coaster wagon that will provide the children with a great deal of fun. The wagon was made from hard wood such as maple or birch.