We have lots of legos here! We are new to Waldorf, so have lots of plastic toys. When decluttering I got rid of a lot of plastic junk, but think Legos is one of those imagination stimulation kind of toys!
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We're still in the process of phasing out the plastic and replacing them with wood. We have duplo legos and they will not be going anywhere.
Other than the legos our plastic toys:
-green toys brand play dishes, pot, and frying pan (I'd like wood but the kitchen ate up the budget and the green toys plastic is nice and sturdy)
-beads, paint cups, and other art items
-a doll with a plastic head and limbs (it's being replaced by a waldorf doll for Christmas but is an old favorite so will likely stick around)
-little tykes shopping cart (they have a wooden push wagon but the cart gets so much use that I can't take it away)
-a couple toy story toys from the grandparents
-remote control car
-cash register (I've looked at the wooden ones but they just don't seem nearly as fun plus the kids can work on addition with the electronic one)
I'm totally ok with the plastic toys we have left. They are, except for the toy story ones, open ended and can be played with many ways. I think it's great for kids to have non-plastic toys but if there are a few it's not a big deal, any child with fewer plastic toys is better off.