I have saved up quite a few pieces of "plastic" which I am unsure about - can you tell me which ones are LEGO - I've included plates and a figure for scale.
The tools obviously have different handle widths. If they do not properly fit into a minifigure’s hand, they are almost certainly not Lego. If they do, they are compatible for most practical purposes, even if they are clones.
The grey, star-like thing is a K’nex connector.
The white post looks like a Support 2×2×7 Lamp Post.
The left and right part in the bottom image are nothing I can identify. But they do not look like Lego as their elements do not match the standard Lego scales as seen by the base plate.
The second gray piece in the bottom image (from left to right) is a TENTE piece.
Check this example set (look at the feet of the robot)
Only two LEGO tools are present in the upper image, the Fabuland shovel and the Fabuland pipe wrench - other five are Playmobil (1st, 2nd, 5th and 7th in upper row and the rifle in lower row) - the rest, I really don't know - I can't make out the white stick, if it's a LEGO hose
Bottom image seems to have been answered suffiently.