The 100 Toys Guide to Independent PlayIf you’re interested in upping your child’s independent play time but don’t know where to start, this guide is the perfect introduction to the subject. It’s full of information and advice on how to prepare your child and home for independent play, ideas for activities and troubleshooting tips for when you need a bit of extra help. Learn more ->
Learning for Parents
Understand the science behind child development and learning
Discover handpicked educational toys from around the world
Get ideas for educational activities that you can do with your child
Getting Under 5s Ready For Life
100 Toys is a place where you can learn about your child's development, and discover toys and free activities to help them along. With years of teaching experience, and using a framework backed by science, our mission is to help you understand how your child grows, what they need at each step of the way, and how to gently steer their path to ensure they enjoy the journey.Read more on our blog ->
Toys and Playtime Matter
The right toys, at the right time,
can be important tools for your child's development. Children need a variety of experiences and a small, well-chosen collection of toys can provide the stimulation that makes learning happen. But playtime is not just about toys. Sometimes only the attention of an interested adult will do. At 100 Toys, we're here to help you choose the right toys and to know just when to use them.
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Sometimes, the best toys are the ones you make yourself.
Children don’t really need toys! There are plenty of everyday experiences, objects and ideas that they’ll love and benefit from better than any toy.Read more
This week we meet Alexis Ralphs, founder of One Hundred Toys.Read more
Welcome To 100 Toys
We started 100 Toys with two simple aims: to give children the skills they need to thrive, and to empower families to make their own choices around toys and playtime. As parents with a background in teaching, we believe that children should have a life rich in experiences - and fun! - before the pressures of school begin.