Turning your kid’s childhood into a fairy tale is closer than you could ever think. What else makes little children happy other than having a wide range of interesting, unique, beautiful and entertaining toys?

There is simply a massive amount and variety of toys available in the market today of different colours, types, made from a number of different materials, either for boys or girls, or for both. And it sometimes can be overwhelming to help your child choose the one that’s not just a nice toy but also lacks any negative or harmful effects from all aspects (the material it is made from, the purpose of the toy, what it can teach, etc.). In any case, it is the parent’s responsibility to make sure that the toys are made of a high-quality material and will not have any harmful consequences.

Choosing the toys we offer at Kaoori, you will be able to forget about worrying that they can harm your child in any way, relax and let your kid select the one that he or she likes the most. This is because Kaoori masters make the toys from high quality wood creating the best and most handmade wooden toys that any child would dream of.

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Wood is a natural material, it gives out the energy of the nature, which your child needs, especially in this century of technologies and lots of artificial things. Let’s have a quick look at the history of the development of toys.

Obviously, in ancient times, children used to play with whatever they found in the streets or the yards of their houses: sticks, stones, grass, rocks, etc. Children can make fun out of nothing, can’t they? Rocks, sticks and clay are the materials from which the earliest toys were made. Toys were found during the excavations of the Indus valley civilization which date back to 3010-1500 BCE.

Later, during the Enlightenment era in the 18th century when children started being taken more seriously and more as individuals, people understood that they deserve having a happy and fruitful childhood. This resulted in the manufacturing and production of a number of different interesting and entertaining toys. This is also when the first jigsaw puzzle was invented by John Spilsbury (a British cartographer and engraver) in 1767. The puzzle had a clearly set goal to teach children learn geography: it was both fun and educational. All in all, the most popular toys of this time were hoops, toy wagons, kites, spinning wheels and puppets. Read More