Pull Toy Block Wagon
Similar to the larger block wagon this
wagon's 21 wooden blocks, in 2 layers, make a great starter
set, with a wooden wagon toy the kids can climb on too. This wagon is made of Black Cherry with Red Oak unit blocks and assembled with dowelled joinery.
Wooden blocks are one of the best toys for any age child. A
non-prescriptive play activity like block building requires
imagination and creativity and seems to result in endless
play variations over childhood. One day a child may build a
castle, another day an airport or zoo or even a more
Size is 9 x 21 inches.
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Pull Toy Block Wagon
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description of my unit blocks.
Block Play: Building
a Child's Mind
We received the set of
blocks that Jeremy's grandparents ordered and I would like
to complement you on the beautiful workmanship. They are so
much fun that even Jeremy's parents can't resist building
with them. Each block is a delight because of its shape,
weight, finish, and the way it corresponds to the others. We
will enjoy many afternoons with them.
Yours, Anne and
I had to write and thank
your for another beautiful job. I ordered the wagon with 100
blocks for my niece's first birthday. What I do have to tell
you is how much joy I received from giving the gift you
made. All the children at the party played with the gift,
even Samantha. I thought the wagon would be a gift that grew
on her, but from the minute she opened it, she couldn't stay
away. She took the blocks out and sat in the wagon, pushed
it, climbed all over it. The party ended with the two
grandfathers working together to put the blocks back in the
wagon. We hope this gets easier for them over time. Thank
you so much for the beautiful work you do, and for making it
available. You are the best.
We all travel the milky way together, trees and men ...
trees are travellers, in the ordinary sense. They make
journeys, not very extensive ones, it is true: but our own
little comes and goes are only little more than
tree-wavings - many of them not so much.
John Muir, Scribner's Monthly, November 1878
The poor ignorant savage even apologized to a tree for having to cut it down and had sacred groves and woods he left standing—homes of the gods or of his fellow creatures—whereas his successor, who ungodded nature, ravages the heights and brings floods, dustbowls and salt pans into the once fertile lowlands. Or worse, defoliates to facilitate hunting down his brother man.
Jacob Trapp, The Light of a Thousand Suns, 1973
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