9 classic toys your kids will love

March 7, 2015

If you think your children are spending too much time playing with video games and electronics, know that you have options. The classic games and toys you played with are still around. Some remain unchanged, while others have been altered and are better than ever. Here are some of these classics:

9 classic toys your kids will love

1. Lego

Invented in 1949, these building bricks remain a staple of any child’s toy box. Increasingly sold as intricate model sets, they are as popular today as ever.

2. Rubik’s Cube

Hours of fun and over thirty years of frustration! Rubik’s Cube has been arousing curiosity and developing problem solving skills since 1974.

3. Teddy bears

The unassuming and famously fuzzy teddy bear has been a childhood mainstay since the early 20th century. It’s universally cozy charm appeals to children of all cultures, boys and girls.

4. Electric train sets

Never to be forgotten, they’re still around and found in toy stores everywhere. You may need to invest a little, but it will be well worth its weight in gold.

  • Little ones love to revel and marvel at the endless itinerary of a beautifully crafted model train.

5. Toy cars

With an emphasis on timelessness, children still love to collect these trinkets.

6. Battleship

This guessing game has been adapted in many ways over the years, but all variations of the original are similar to the classic version.

7. Model crafts

For creative spirits and junior industrialists alike, model kits will always be an excellent way to have fun (while learning).

8. Action figures and dolls

Children have vivid imaginations. Figurines, dolls and action figures, whatever the character combination, help little ones externalize their creativity.

  • They’ll love creating all sorts of funny and improbable scenarios. Hours of entertainment guaranteed!

9. Marbles

They’ve been around since the 1800s, but aren’t used as much for board games as they are for collecting and trading.

  • There are practically countless ways to play real games with these beautiful glass baubles. It’s a healthy form of strategy and competition, and if you win you get to claim the prized marble of your opponent, thus the collection grows.
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