Ecoleeko’s plush toys are bright, soft, cuddly and eco-friendly. Handmade in New York State these little critters are made from a variety of natural materials such as bamboo, organic cotton/hemp, kapok, soy and wool. Buckwheat hulls are used in the baby rattles to provide a crunchy sensation to stimulate baby’s senses. Crushed walnut shells provide a bean-bag style weight for the larger plush toys. Love the fact that all products are completely biodegradable! A unique and natural gift for any baby or child in your life.
- Chemical-free, PABA-Free, mineral based sunscreen such as Earth’s Best Sunblock SPF30+ for baby.
PABA Free, Mineral Based Sunblock SPF30+ provides high UV protection for your active baby. Organic Calendula Extract fights sun damage with its high content of antioxidant Vitamin A and EFAs, as Oat Oil and Organic Marigold Extract gently soothe babies skin exposed to the elements. Also fragrance free, this Sunblock is also perfect for sensitive adults.
- Green Toys Recycled Plastic Sand Play Set
Kids will ‘dig’ building castles and hunting for buried treasure with the environmentally friendly Sand Play Set from Green Toys?. Made of recycled plastic, this classic 4-piece collection of toy tools consists of a bucket, sand castle mold, shovel and rake. Made in the U.S.A from recycled plastic milk containers, which helps save energy, reduces landfill waste, and lowers greenhouse gas emissions, all in the name of Good Green Fun.
- Kate Quinn Organic Cotton Sun Hat
With a contrasting stripe and matching strap, this perfect little hat is a colorful, stylish way to protect your child from the sun. Machine Washable, 100% Organic Cotton certified by Control Union Certifications, Fair Trade Certified.
- Hemp Rainbow Sandals
These funky Hemp Kids Rainbow Sandals are colorful, comfortable, and stylish. The little people that wear these shoes are full of spirit and creativity. These sandals are made with fair labor from natural hemp and recycled rubber tires. The upper portion of these funky kids sandals are a hemp/flax blend fabric that is softened using only blasts of compressed air.
- 100% Organic T-Shirt and Onesies by Little Green Star
Little Green Star’s organic baby clothing promises style, comfort, and peace of mind. They have created their collection to share with kids the importance of cherishing and preserving the environment.
The green toys tea set is made from recycled plastic milk containers that save energy, reduce landfill waste and lower greenhouse gas emissions, all in the name of good green fun. Brewing an imaginary pot of tea is a really good thing for the earth when kids use the environmentally friendly tea set from green toys.
Made of recycled plastic, this seventeen piece toy set includes a tea pot with lid, a sugar bowl with lid, a creamer, four cups, four saucers, and four teaspoons. Rubberwood is used to make toys that are bright, colorful and are good for the environment. In the past, rubber trees that were no longer producing latex would be burned. Now, these abandoned trees are utilized to make sustainable playthings. Having recycled toys for your kids is extremely important since you are teaching them ways of saving the planet from a young age, if you liked these types of toys don’t forget to check the best toddler dolls, you and your child will fall in love with them.
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Using this detailed and illustrated 14-page instruction kit, you can build a toy that will wow any small child and leave you feeling happy about your green building practices. Continue reading
Dig into this tasty assortment of knitted toy cupcakes! These knitted toy cupcakes are soft, textured and colorful, making them a perfect toy for babies and children. Serve them up at a birthday party or play kitchen, of course for a great birthday party you also need the Race Party birthday activities so the kids really have fun and enjoy their party the most they can. Continue reading
From the natural woolly stuffing to the finely crafted traditional clothing, a Q’ewar toy doll is a work of art from start to finish. Dolls are made through the Q’ewar Project, a social work initiative situated in the rural highlands of the Andes Mountains in Peru. So adorable, I want one myself!