PLANX

PLANX

Let your child play creatively and stimulate their minds with these Planx. Planx are basically building blocks that come in hundreds. Not only is this fun, but teaches hand and eye coordination, imagination and design.

  • I've picked out a nice set here, but anything from Brio is bound to please. They're a storied, old European company specializing in wooden toys - particularly train sets. You can buy a whole kit, individual track, different trains... I've picked out a nice set here, but anything from Brio is bound to please. They're a storied, old European company specializing in wooden toys - particularly train sets. You can buy a whole kit, individual track, different trains, bridges and tunnels - the works. And you can rest assured that you're getting the highest quality wooden train toys available. I grew up with Brio sets. Every child's imagination will keep them busy for quite some time - rearranging tracks, building whole stations or creating 'ramps of death' (my specialty) - either way they'll love it. NOTE for Moms and Dads! Thanks to the old-fashioned simplicity of wooden train tracks, Brio sets will ALSO work with Thomas, Maxim and other sets. So if you find better prices or want more options, characters or electric railroad crossing gates, feel free to shop around.

  • A traditional wooden toy with a not so traditional animal! Gotta love gorilla!

  • Wonderfully simple wooden puzzle designed by Kurt Naef to teach size differences and motor skills. A lovely gift for young children.

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  • perfect summer toy! I'm sure my nephews will want this one :)

  • I LOVE everything from Plan Toys, especially all of their car/road stuff. The stuff is really almost retro, but well made, adorable and has the added benefit of being green (organic, renewable materials and water-based dyes). I ... I LOVE everything from Plan Toys, especially all of their car/road stuff. The stuff is really almost retro, but well made, adorable and has the added benefit of being green (organic, renewable materials and water-based dyes). I wouldn't have guessed that this could complete with all the tricked out plastic branded stuff, but my 4 year old loves this stuff.

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  • I had fun with these as a kid. There is no single manufacturer, and the classic model is usually an animal of some sort. They're little figurines made out of multiple wooden pieces, held together by taught string. The large woo... I had fun with these as a kid. There is no single manufacturer, and the classic model is usually an animal of some sort. They're little figurines made out of multiple wooden pieces, held together by taught string. The large wooden bottom can be pushed up to add some slack, making the figure droop and eventually collapse if you pushed it in all the way. It sounds boring, but just pick one up and try it - I believe the one I frequently stole from my sister was a Giraffe. Another great wooden toy classic.

  • Blocks! Everyone loves blocks. Or at least they did, before their architectural masterpiece came crashing down because of a stupid, tiny jiggle. Argh. Every kid should have a set of blocks to create with. Teach them how to make... Blocks! Everyone loves blocks. Or at least they did, before their architectural masterpiece came crashing down because of a stupid, tiny jiggle. Argh. Every kid should have a set of blocks to create with. Teach them how to make solid foundations and then make them try to say the word 'foundation'.