We have over 2100 toys in the toy library to fascinate your child for years to come at a very low cost. Our toys are multi-functional, durable, stimulating and require children to use and develop their own skills. And of course, they are fun!Toy collection
Our toys are aimed at preschool children aged 0-7 and include:
- Safe BABY TOYS
- ROLE PLAY TOYS
- ACTIVE PLAY TOYS
- DISCOVERY TOYS
- NOISY TOYS
- TRANSPORT TOYS
- JIGSAW PUZZLES
- LARGE TOYS
- SCHOOL READINESS
- STEM TOYS
Toys are catalogued by type (games, puzzles, construction, musical, etc.). New toys are displayed at the front of the toy library.
Our experienced coordinator is available during opening hours to help you select toys for your children. The coordinator knows all our toys and has a background in early childhood education. She can recommend developmentally appropriate toys and give you ideas for creative play and activities.
Older children will enjoy selecting toys for themselves.
We want children to have fun and enjoy the toy library toys. Members are responsible for the toys they borrow. This includes (but is not limited to):
- correct use of toys
- returning the toy clean How to guide read HERE
- choosing age-appropriate toys
- taking care with small parts and magnets
- not leaving toys outside in the elements.
Consider the safety of younger siblings when choosing toys. Warning labels are placed on toys containing small pieces. Some of our toys are stored in plastic bags and we recommend that you put bags out of children’s reach while the toys are in use in your home.
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Toys need to be returned clean. As a general rule of thumb, return the toys in the condition that you would like to borrow them. Clean toys help to prevent the spread of germs. If toys are returned visibly dirty the member will be asked to take the toy home and clean it.
- A hairdryer is handy to dry hard to reach places, but ensure it is not too hot.
Battery toys: Do not submerge in water wring out sponge an wipe over.
We understand that sometimes accidents do happen. If a toy is damaged by a member, small fines may apply. Report damaged toys to the coordinator promptly. If the toy is assessed as unusable (either through damage or essential pieces missing), the committee will decide on an appropriate payment to fix or replace the toy.