Are toy wooden blocks dishwasher safe?
Not really. Putting anything wooden in a very hot dishwasher will eventually cause problems.
Here are some examples of toys and games that children in the 1800's would play: wooden dolls papier mache dolls cloth dolls paper dolls printed dolls Toy boats horse drawn vehicles toy trains fire fighting equipment cars and trucks flying machines hoop and stick games: wooden building blocks puzzles action books marble games card games
Toy soldiers and Peg dolls but the most frequent was the Football made from elastic bands. I live in the US and was born just before the US got into the war. I had stuffed animals, metal trucks, wooden blocks, rubber balls, a small paper and wood toy suitcase, card games (old maid and authors), a toy type-writer and rubber balls and many little books that I remember.
It is a toy made by a man for his children and then as gifts for children whose families weren't well off. It is almost entirely wooden and is a very safe toy for young children and the design is a New Zealand one. I should have added that it has become, over the years, a very popular toy both with parents and with children. It has lovely bright colours and makes a clacking sound…
Toddlers love to explore their world, learn new thing and play with toys as well as with other children and adults. There are many activities that parents can do with their toddlers. Here are some ideas: Roll a ball back and forth Stack blocks to build stuff (can use smooth wooden blocks, large plastic blocks or "Mega Blocks" that stack together) "Pretend Play" with stuffed animals, dolls or other toys "Drive" toy cars and trucks…
It depends (if its plain like blocks)all it is is nailed together or pasted together (if its advanced like a 20$toy it takes like 5 days if you make it 5 min for machines to make because they are already programed to do what they are assigned to do(like 1 does the head the other the legs an so on.) Hope this helps