American Made Toys
This selection of educational toys is from our manufacturers that produce toys and furnishings in the USA.
Anatex now manufacturers the vast majority of their product line of unique wooden toys and activity centers in the US.
Beka is a specialty manufacturer, producing high quality wood easels blocks and other products for over thirty years in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Gryphon House is a publisher of early childhood books for parents and teachers.
Jonti-Craft is the leading provider of quality furniture, wooden art stations and pretend play sets for the early learning market.
Little Colorado has been America's source for quality, wooden children's furnishings since 1987. Made in America by Americans. Little Colorado also uses American-made paints totally free of lead.
Maple Landmark crafts a wide range of wooden trains and toys, made right in Vermont, USA. They follow American standards of product safety, employee safety, and environmental protection.
Pharmtec manufacturers cardboard playhouse in Richfield, Ohio. While the cardboard house is made in the USA, the markers that come in the package are made in China.
Roy Toy log blocks are all-wood, solid pine logs in red, yellow, green and. All 250 pieces come packages in a heavy-duty canvas storage bag with the Roy Toy insignia.
are designed and made in the USA using non-toxic, water-based finishes on all their products. Their raw materials such as paint, wood, and glue are brought in from local suppliers who also proudly manufacture them in the USA.
are large scale, smoothly-finished, uniformly-sized wooden building blocks, made of hard maple. Their big size lets them lets them open up lots of new creative building opportunities.
Wood Designs makes furniture with the purpose of enriching the development of a young childs life. With this purpose in mind, they ensure all materials are of the finest quality, using safety-tested materials, and every product is thoroughly inspected before they put it in the hands of their youngest customers.
“If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”