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Wooden Toy Wheels

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Wood is a great material for your child to learn how to design and craft. Carpentry is an honorable profession and for the young ones it can be very rewarding and not to mention fun. A simple project to get started with is constructing a basic wooden car or truck. Basically all you need to construct a basic wood truck is a rectangular piece of wood, some type of axle and some wooden toy wheels.

Carving a circular piece of wood is the most challenging aspect, and for young beginner carpenters it is sometimes easier to buy the wooden toy wheels separately. If you buy the wooden toy wheels separately, not only are they very cheap, they are also be used on a range of projects. Every young child loves to explore the wonders of motion. Simply attach some wheels and they are off, entertained for hours.

If you already have a wooden toy you may require some replacement wooden toy wheels. Over-enthusiastic pushers, pullers and jumpers of wooden trucks and trains can accidently break the wheel of the toy, which is the most vulnerable part of the otherwise sturdy toy. Many companies will offer replacement parts, especially those that manufacture trains, as these are taken very seriously.

If you child becomes upset about the wooden toy wheels breaking on their toy, try and turn this around. Try and make installing the replacement wheels a fun project. This could be their first experience with repairing something and a valuable lesson on the delicate nature of all things. Not only that, it can also be a bonding experience between parent and child.