Safe and sustainable kids' toys that the little ones can actually chew on
The Skwish Rattle from Manhattan Toy is made with replenishable rubberwood. It can bend and stretch into different shapes, though some little ones just like to stick it in their mouths. Good thing it has a non-toxic paint finish.
The Frolicking Frog by Melissa and Doug playfully hops up and down and has fun, bulgy eyes that go up and down, too. Made of wood and non-toxic paint, you know it’s well-loved when your child starts bringing it to bed.
P’kolino’s Puzzle Stacker
P’kolino’s Puzzle Stacker enhances spatial logic by interlocking one puzzle piece to another. The wooden stacker is made of premium quality wood and looks good even outside of the toy box.
Eco Dump Truck
iWood, My First Laptop, is an eco-friendly laptop by Donkey Products made from 100% natural materials. Children can be imaginative—and unplugged—with this portable toy.
LIKEaBIKE is a balance bike designed to promote motor-balance skills and confidence in young riders. It’s made of laminated beechwood, high-grade steel and felt. Get ready to stand out—and up—at the park!
The Switchback Racetrack by Hape Toys seems to be a fixture in every pediatrician’s office. Memorizing and fun, it promotes dexterity and hand and eye coordination. All of Hape’s products are made with natural materials and water-based paints.
Design Your Superhero Cape kit
Design Your Superhero Cape kit by New Zealand-based Seedlings is made by hand with top-quality, recyclable materials. The kit encourages creative thinking and growing minds, but best of all, it’s fun to play with.