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    Move the wooden balls through the Labyrinth Wooden Balance Board!

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    Challenging yet fun, our Labyrinth Junior Balance Board is perfect for little ones not quite ready for our original Labyrinth Balance Board. With a smaller footprint, fewer rings, and larger marbles, this pint-sized version allows children from 3 to 5 years old to maneuver several marbles through the grooved maze.

    wooden ride on toy

    Beautiful wooden labyrinth for children.

    Wooden napkin holder @NanetteHudgens for the lake house!!

    Rennholz "Race Wood" - wooden racer is powered by nothing more than an everyday electric drill

    Wooden bird doorstop.

    Wooden Labyrinth Game

    How to make wooden gears

    peg's paddleboat, wooden boat, toy boat

    Rainbow Rocker by Lunatur - Design Ideas for Kids, Suitable for ages 1 year and up. The rainbow rocker is a furniture / toy that offers many different applications. Promotes coordination & balance, Made from birch wood. Designed and manufactured in Germany, To be used only under adult supervision / de.dawanda.com/...

    Bongo balance boards from Family Fun mag. Uses a board, colored tape, a pool noodle, and a length of PVC pipe.

    Wooden Piggy Bank, Creative Piggy Banks Make Saving Fun, hative.com/...,

    Oh what they would all be able to share this one wonder if bob can make one of these... @Alison Hobbs Hobbs Hobbs Hobbs Bozile?

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    Life-size Jenga and Connect Four?! Yes Please! « Weddingbee Boards

    Giant Kerplunk Ball-Drop Game

    I love this!!!! And it has the step by step instructions to build the crane. Can you imagine all the OT and Sensory possibilities!!!??? This makes my Pinterest week!

    A teeny wooden steamship that actually works! (You light the tea candle.)