Toy trains made of wood are sure to give your child a lot of pleasure. Different routes can be built and accessories such as trees, stations and traffic signs can be integrated. In addition, there is a variety of locomotives, so that there are no limits to the fun of playing.
Our checklist and product recommendations will help you find the best toy train made of wood as well as everything important to consider.
- The manufacturer‘s age recommendation is 18 months.
- Elaborate playsets and electrically powered trains are often only suitable for slightly older children.
- There are classic wooden trains that children move manually by hand.
- Many models have a small motor built in and can move electrically. Often these railroads also have light and sound effects.
- There are quite different sets for wooden railroads.
- In addition to tracks, locomotives and cars, many playsets also include bridges, construction sites or trees, which can be used to build an entire play world.
- Wood is an environmentally friendly and renewable resource from which many high-quality toys are produced.
- However, not every wooden toy has the desirable quality. Therefore, you should make sure that the game is well made.
- There should be no sharp corners or rough spots where your child can get a splinter.
- Also, the wood should not have been treated with toxic substances or painted.
- To ensure that the above factors apply, you should look for test seals such as TÜV or Stiftung Warentest.
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FAQ About Toy Trains Made Of Wood
The manufacturer’s recommendation gives a good guideline for the age at which a wooden train is suitable as a toy. From about 18 months, the first wooden trains are recommended. However, various sets with electric trains are more suitable for older children
There are many different wooden trains. In our product recommendations, you are sure to find the right train for your child
There is no general answer to this question. It depends on the interests of the child. However, children generally enjoy comprehensive play sets with various expansion options longer than smaller and simpler sets that get boring more quickly
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