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Brothers playing with toy car

Meg’s Toy Box

(2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
Meg's Toy Library is a non-profit, volunteer-based organisation that operates through a management committee and the toy library members. They provide a wide range of toys, puzzles and games for children aged 3 months...
Brothers playing with toy car

Meg's Toy Box

(0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5)
Meg's Toy Library is a non-profit, volunteer-based organisation that operates through a management committee and the toy library members. They provide a wide range of toys, puzzles and games for children aged 3 months...
Mother and baby play

Geelong West Toy Library Inc

(0 votes, average: 0.00 out of 5)
At Geelong West Toy Library Inc you can find toys, games and puzzles available for hire, at a fraction of the cost of new toys! They stock a wide range of toys suitable for...
Playing with ride-in car toy

Castle Hill Toy Library

(25 votes, average: 3.24 out of 5)
  This toy library has closed and is no longer available.   At Castle Hill Toy Library you can find toys, games and puzzles available for hire, at a fraction of the cost of new toys! They...
Stuffed animals

Where to find toys

(2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
Toys are fun and educational. In the early years, playing with learning toys is an important form of education- it can help children develop social and intellectual abilities, develop their muscles and physical skills...
Playing with playdough

Make your own toys

(4 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
With so many toy options in the shops these days, you may not have even considered trying to make your own toys. Homemade toys can be much cheaper than store-bought options, and you’ll have...
Father and son on computer

Where to find cheap toys

(5 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Borrow Borrowing toys, for example from a toy library, is one strategy parents can use to ensure their kids access age appropriate toys while keeping the toy budget in check. Toy libraries are usually run...
Playing with toys

How to access free toys

(6 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Resourceful parents can find free toys to help their children learn through play. Family and friends may be able to help out with toys their kids have outgrown, or you could set up a community toy library where children can borrow new toys on a regular basis. When you’re out and about, make the most of toys corners in coffee shops and if you’re struggling around Christmas, don’t forget that charities run toy drives.
Choosing toys

Choosing the right toys

(6 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
Which toys should you give your child to play with? Your child has undoubtedly given you a few ideas already, but parents may not always be comfortable letting their kids choose their own toys....
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