A nursery says it is removing all its play toys because it wants children to "think outside the box".
Daisy Chains nursery in Prestatyn says chucking the toys out has not led to any tiny tears.
Owner Rebecca Wright says every single toy will be taken out by the end of January.
They are being replaced by everyday items like pots, pans, blocks and crockery and with real clothes instead of princess ball gowns for dressing up.
The nursery claims there have been no toddler tantrums and parents are "on-board".
Rebecca says she always wanted the private nursery to be toy free as it will fuel the imagination of children and create a generation of "doers and thinkers".
Rebecca says her decision to be the first toy free setting in the area was based on positive research.
"There was some apprehension over the crockery but everything we use is risk assessed
"We need people who think outside of the box, we will need creative thinkers for the jobs that we will be creating in 20 years time."