Timeless toys. I started decluttering about four years ago and out the door went so many toys that were broken or unused. Going forward, I knew for our kids that we needed to keep and bring in what would be very intentional for them vs. just filling up a space or checking off a box. Today on the blog, I’m sharing about ten timeless toys for intentional families.

1. Our precious wooden car ramp pictured above on instagram (although my toddler still played with the tissue paper first when I put this out for a picture ha!)
2. Wooden train track set
3. Fisherprice farmhouse
4. Lego, of course
5. Cabbage patch doll
6. Wooden anything like wooden cars
7. Simple dollhouse
8. Magformers
9. Play kitchen (we’ve admittedly never had one, but this is definitely a timeless one.. Or how about DIYing one?)
10. Abacus

There is no right or wrong way to go about toys, but just to look at your own children and see what they use and love the most. Bonus points if they can be saved and passed on to friends or future grandchildren!

I linked what I could above under minimalist toys in my Amazon shop too if you’d like to check them out. Amazon US and Amazon Canada.

A picture of wooden toys.

Hi, I’m Kelly! I’m a mother of four children - three boys, one toddler girl - and our family lives on the beautiful east coast of Canada. I’m a past elementary teacher, turned stay at home, work at home mom eight years ago after I had my second child. I’ve found that the busier I’ve become and as my children age, that it’s become even more important to figure out what is most important to me and us as a family. Living a simpler lifestyle has helped us in so many ways in our home life - from better routines to faster tidying up times. It has been through my children that I have been inspired to learn how to effectively manage my time and to simplify in all areas of my home and life. I enjoy helping busy moms simplify home life by teaching flexible planning methods and skills. Enjoyed this blog and think it would be helpful to others? I'd love if you shared it. Thank you!