Sweet T has her share of licensed and battery-operated toys that she enjoys, but I know the toys that will be valued most and passed down to future generations are some of the most simple. With a carpenter for a husband, we appreciate the quality of wooden toys in our household. These wooden frog toys are sure to be a hit with your preschooler and last for years to come.
Wooden Frog Toys for Preschoolers
- The quality and construction of this This HABA Cris Croak push toy really sets it apart from what is typically found in department stores.
This wooden push toy is designed for ages 18 months and up, but at almost 16 months of age, Sweet T is having a blast with her frog toy. In the coming months this toy will help develop her balance and motor skills, but for now she enjoys pushing and carrying him. Most of all she likes having Hubs chase her toes with this frog toy while making “rib-betting” sounds.
Chris Croak seems to be in short supply so I’ve listed a few similar HABA wooden push toys below in case you can’t score a froggy friend.
2. HABA toys tend to be some of the costliest of wooden toys, so if you’re looking for budget friendly wooden frog toys, this one from Melissa & Doug fits the bill.
3. Toddlers are notorious for making lots of noise and you can help them do it without the use of battery-operated
annoyances toys. This wooden from from Nino Percussion makes a ribbbet sound when the child scratches the wooden beater on the frog’s back.
4. This wooden puzzle helps children learn about the life cycle of a frog. Start with a tadpole in the pond base and end with a frog on the lily pad. This wooden toy is both affordable and educational making it a great choice for ages 2 and up.
Which froggy friend would your child like the most?