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A Timeless, Educational Building Toy
Invented in 1916 by John Lloyd Wright, Lincoln Logs might seem out of place in an age of electronic toys and technical gadgetry. However, these simple wooden toys have an undeniable charm that stretches across generations, and remain popular today. They've sold over 100 million sets worldwide.
Playing with Lincoln Logs is simple and enjoyable. Logs come in different lengths, and have notches cut into them where other logs can interlock. Smaller children should have no problem handling the logs when playing. More advanced builders might feel limited by the linearity of building with Lincoln Logs. Still, there's enough variety in this tin to construct dozens of cabins, watchtowers and more. Even adults will enjoy the nostalgia while playing with kids.
Although they are simple, the interlocking wooden pieces teach kids engineering skills, enabling them to think like an architect would. Log structures also require a little finesse to assemble, which will develop kids' hand-eye coordination and spatial reasoning. Recommended for ages three and older.
What's in the Box
100 Lincoln Log pieces, including 87 wood logs, 8 green wood logs, 2 green wood roof slats, 2 red wood eaves, 1 red wood chimney, and instructions.
With Lincoln Logs, your child will have limitless building possibilities.
Build a town hall....
...or a quaint, Lincoln-style log cabin.
When I was a kid, the logs fit snugly together, resulting in a fairly strong construct.
This set is not even real wood, but some kind of composite made out of sawdust... Read more
I bought this for my nephew, but I can't say if he liked it or not, since my brother and his wife have banned me from their little family.Published 19 months ago by J. Allen
Bought it for a brother as a silly thing to remind us of our childhood, but ended up being a bit of a hit and a lot of fun to mess with.Published on September 16, 2012 by Charles Grau
I love this toy it is almost identical to what I grew up with. The only disappointment is it can only build a limited number of designs. Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Randal Saunders
This was a gift for our Grandson he loves to build. This set was purchased to add on to his Lincoln Log collection. Read morePublished on October 3, 2011 by John
You can find cheaper logs. However, unlike other logs, these have a rich color that give them a real log look. The others remind me of particle board.Published on June 8, 2011 by A. Richardson
This is what a child's toy should be. It allows the imagination to flourish. This one is actually better than the one I had as a child (no plastic pieces). Read morePublished on May 6, 2011 by Uncle Ben
I highly recommend this traditional toy that teaches children patience and three dimensional concepts. My three year old nephew loves to spend time with his new toy. Read morePublished on April 14, 2011 by Robert Bloch
This was for my 3 yr. old grandson. Both my son and I enjoyed Lincoln logs as kids so I got these for my grandson as a low tech high touch gift. He loves them.Published on March 23, 2011 by Peter F. Wood