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Wooden Dolls

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The tradition of playing with dolls dates back to ancient times, with evidence of doll-like figurines found in archaeological sites dating back thousands of years. 


Playing with wooden dolls continues to delight and captivate children of all ages. From ancient civilizations to modern-day playrooms, wooden dolls have remained a beloved toy cherished for their simplicity, durability, and endless potential for imaginative play and learning.

They can be found in many versions. Tender Leaf have designed detailed characters while Little Dutch have created peg dolls.

Which one would you choose to go in your doll houses and furniture?

Benefits of playing with wooden dolls

Wooden dolls have a fascinating history, dating back to ancient Egypt, where artisans carved small figurines resembling humans.

Today, children are drawn to playing with wooden dolls for several reasons. Firstly, wooden dolls provide a tactile and sensory experience, allowing children to unleash their imagination and creativity through role-playing and storytelling.

Moreover, wooden dolls evoke feelings of nostalgia and tradition, reminiscent of a time when toys were crafted with care and attention to detail.

In our fast-paced world, playing with wooden dolls offers a refreshing break from technology, encouraging children to engage in imaginative play and develop essential social and cognitive skills.

Playing with wooden dolls offers numerous developmental benefits.

Through imaginative play, children can explore emotions, develop empathy, and practice problem-solving. Additionally, manipulating dolls and their accessories aids in the development of fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and spatial awareness.

Overall, small world play, enriched by whimsical additions like those from Tenderleaf's magical world featuring Bunny Tales and Bear Tales peg dolls, offers countless of opportunities for growth, development, and enjoyment.

By immersing themselves in imaginative play and exploring small-scale worlds, children cultivate a diverse range of skills that support their overall well-being and development.