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American Folk Toys

  • Beginning Quilt Kit

    Includes materials to make a pillow, doll blanket and a  potholder.  Excellent kit for those who wish to learn the basics of quilting. Complete instructions included...

  • Cup & Ball Toss- natural

    Classic toss-toy. 

  • Paddle Ball

    The paddleball was a  direct descendant of the colonial Hornbook, Battledore & Shuttlecock game. Includes a history card...

  • Peg Loom Kit

    Creative group or individual activity!  Includes  assembly directions, weaving instructions, jumbo yarn and flat weaving needle...

  • Ragg Doll

    Historically, rag dolls were handmade by a mother using leftover fabric. In addition to providing girls with something to play with, they were often used to help young girls learn sewing skills. Old rag dolls were...

  • Tic Tac Toe

    Traditional 'Tic-Tac-Toe, Three In a Row' game.  Includes wooden game board, 2 sets of contrasting marbles, history and game rules...

  • Train Whistle - logo

    Maple wooden train whistle with engraved Wilder Farm logo. 

  • Trundling Hoop & Roll

    In the historical days of early America, playing with rolling hoops and sticks was a favorite pastime.  The object of this  outdoor game is to set the hoop in motion and keep it going with the 'trundling' stick...

  • Wooden Slingshot

    Favorite 'catapult' American folk toy was certainly very popular in the mountainous regions of the United States.  Packaged with target for  safe play.   ...

  • Yo Yo

    Classic toss-toy.