Wooden toy cars are an essential in every kid’s toybox. They just seem to have a simplistic and classic design to them and your child will never tire of playing with it. Whether you’re looking for a singular car, a set of vehicles or some DIY projects, our list has it covered.
On your marks, get set, go! Choose your favorite toy car from this set of 3, pull them back and see who wins. All 3 are beautifully decorated as a predator and each car has a different number and a driver. They’re made from natural wood and toxic free paints, so they’re 100% kid safe.
This solid wooden toy car assortment is ideal if your kid likes to put their own stamp on things. Because they’re undecorated, your children can be let loose with pens, crayons or paints to decorate these cars however they like, choosing their favorite colors and even adding a number to each.
Chunky enough for small hands to get a grip on, this Wooden Wheels fire engine will make an excellent addition to your child’s toy car collection. The wheels turn so your child can use their imagination and pretend they’re a firefighter, putting out fires and rescuing cats from trees.
Perfect for use with a doll’s house, your child can take their doll family out and about in their new wooden car. The doors can open and close, adding a realistic touch to your child’s play. It encourages imagination and story telling as your child thinks up new scenarios for their dolls.
Cars 3 was a big hit last year and everyone knows who Lightning McQueen is. Recreate the battle for the Piston Cup with number 95 himself, his new trainer Cruz Ramirez and his nemesis, Jackson Storm. Choose which car you want to be and see who is going to lift that legendary cup.
In the latest Cars movie, Lightning McQueen has to push himself to the limit in order to beat the new fastest car on the track, Jackson Storm. Recreate the Demolition Derby he takes part in with this set of 3 wooden toy car characters from the film.
Service, wash and fill up all your wooden cars with the Melissa and Doug Parking Garage. With two levels, your child can take their car through the drive-thru car wash, fill it up with gas and then drive off into the sunset before moving onto the next car waiting for a clean.
Take apart and reassemble this colorful wooden truck which is made from eco-friendly materials. It comes with a screwdriver, hammer, nuts and bolts for your child to piece together, helping their hand-eye coordination. Once it has been assembled to their satisfaction, they’ll enjoy wheeling it over the floor.
Inspired by American muscle cars, this classic design will fit right in among their toy car collection. With rubber tires and metal axles, the wheels spin so your child can take it for a drive along the floor. Its orange paint and black racing stripes will make it stand out as it races against its competition.
There is nothing more satisfying than building something from scratch and seeing the finished product. Take on this wooden toy car project with your kids and watch their excitement when they finally get to take it for a spin. You get to take it for a drive first though!
It’s not just about wooden toy cars y’know. This four-piece wooden vehicle set has two toy cars, a wooden plane and a helicopter. They’re made from non-toxic wood and are beautifully bright. Their chunky shape makes them perfect for babies, toddlers and small children.
Be in charge of your own emergency garage. Color coded keys fit the lockable garage doors which house three emergency vehicles, a police car, fire engine and ambulance. Press the lever to release the vehicles from their garages and set to work rescuing everyone!
This wooden toy car carrier and three cars is beautiful. It’s Disney themed which instantly makes something seem more magical. Mickey and Pluto are driving the blue truck, Donald is in a blue car, Goofy in a green one and Minnie is at the wheel of the red car.
Made from beech wood, this simple wooden car teether makes a great gift for babies struggling with their teeth. Safe from 3 months and with a classic and simple car design, parents can give this to their teething babies without worrying about them ingesting dangerous toxic paints.
A perfect rainy day family activity. Build your own wooden cars and then decorate them however you like. This kit has the materials to make and paint three toy cars. Unleash your creative side and then watch your children playing with the toys you made together.
This two-tone car is simple and classic. The body of the car is made from stained beech and the wheels are oak, giving this car an interesting look. The different textures will provide a sensory experience for your child all while improving their imagination as they think up games for this car.
While dumper trucks aren’t that interesting to us, kids find them great. Add one to their toy collection with this wooden toy. With rubber wheels which turn when pushed and a little man visible at the wheel, your child can think up wonderful adventures for this little truck to go on.
These brightly colored yet simply designed wooden toy cars make a perfect toy for small babies and older children. Made from hardwood and child safe paints, they’re long lasting. The three cars included all stack together which babies love doing and it’ll help their hand eye coordination.
Let their imagination run wild and see which vehicles they can come up with, build and then play with. This toy car is held together with various nuts and bolts which your child can take out to disassemble the car. What they make next is entirely up to them.
Suitable from age 2 and up, these brightly colored wooden cars are sure to grab their attention. The red, blue, green and yellow cars all come with a matching driver and each car has a different number on. Choose your favorite and get racing, see who gets to the finish line first!
Teach your child about the different vehicles in your town and then let them create their own little world using toy versions. This set of 9 wooden vehicles comes with the typical vehicles you’d expect to see in the streets near you, including a recycling truck and a school bus.
If your child’s favorite make of car is a Porsche, then they would absolutely love this little wooden toy version. A lovely bright blue color, a black rear spoiler and the signature Porsche badge displayed on the bonnet is sure to go down a storm with your car fanatic.
Load ‘em up! This red truck has a magnetic arm which will lift and load the broken down cars onto its trailer and take them away to be fixed. This set comes with 4 vehicles, each with a different number painted on the side which will encourage number learning while they play.
Transport the wooden cars all over the house with this Melissa and Doug carrier truck. Coming with 4 cars, the truck has easy to lift ramps which make loading and unloading the cars simple. It’ll encourage imaginative play as they incorporate this into their play world and make believe stories.
Made with non-toxic paint and child safe materials, this simple wooden toy car is suitable from 10 months. Babies can use it to teeth and toddlers can play with it, rolling it along the floor using the moveable wheels. The bright red color will grab their attention every time.
A fun way to incorporate learning into their everyday play. Pair the wooden toy cars with their matching garages, either by color, number or size. It’ll teach them recognition as well as spacial awareness. They won’t even realize they’re learning because it’ll be so much fun!
Perfect for warm summer days in the back yard, this DIY tutorial will show you how to add a new dimension to your kids and their car games. It’s a project you could do with them; they’ll have great fun designing roads and ramps to wheel their cars down.
If you’re a parent of a child who loves toy cars, you’ll know how much of a pain it is when they leave them lying around the house (and the pain of standing on one is on par with LEGO!) Follow this tutorial to see how to make a hanging organiser for their cars.
Have you got an old cardboard box lying around which your children keep nagging you to play with? With your kid’s help, turn it into a racing car using this tutorial. All you need are simple materials you’ll find around your house and you’ll have something which will keep them amused for days.
Make a cute cardboard parking garage for your little one’s toy cars using this DIY tutorial. It doesn’t need many materials and it won’t take long at all. All you need is patience and the ability to keep your children busy while you finish it…or get them to help you make it.
Build unique wooden vehicles with the templates included in this tutorial. Find some scrap wood and make some DIY wooden cars, trucks and helicopters. Then all you need is some child safe paint and let your child loose. They’ll have so much fun decorating their own toys.