Windmill Toys for kids. Windmills use wind to produce energy. This form of energy is said to be renewable because there is always going to be wind on earth and we are not depleting the wind. It is also clean energy as it does not cause pollution.
This is a plastic replica of Aermotor’s famous windmill that “watered the west”. This 1:20 scale Aermotor Windmill stands 15″ tall when assembled, and the blades of the windmill actually turn. This is a perfect addition to any toy farm scene or train scene.
While it looks wonderful and the company promotes it as a toy, the plastic used at most places does not look very durable so it needs to be handled carefully. It is more of a display piece than a toy. Minimum assembly required (just three pieces to be put together).
HABA Kullerbü Windmill Playset
This is a 25 Piece ball track starter set for kids aged 2 to 8 years old. This is a expandable play system that consists of wooden tracks and supports, plastic connectors and curves, bridges windmills, dominoes, tactile smooth wooden balls, both free-wheeling and motorized vehicles and more. The quality of the product is exceptional and it offers excellent opportunities for creative play for younger children.
Wooden Windmill Kit (3D Wooden Puzzle)
Build a Mechanical Windmill model from scratch using this kit that can be used by the entire family for a great bonding experience. Its recommended for the older kids (14+ years). To make the paddles move, just rotate the winder several times and release the brake lever, and it will make the mill paddles start moving even without the wind.
Ask your child to make a model of a windmill. Ask them what would they use wind energy for?
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