TOYS THAT ENCOURAGE ECO-FRIENDLY LIVING

Good morning lovely people, how are you all today? I just wanted to share a few toys that I’ve come across recently that encourage children to start thinking about aspects of eco-friendly living from an early age i.e. renewable energy, recycling, waste reduction and so on.

The playthings I’ve listed below are all made from ethical and environmentally sound materials and can be added to your Amazon basket as required (easy peasy!)

I especially love the Plan Toys dolls’ house, it’s very ‘Grand Designs’ isn’t it?

Toys That Encourage Eco-Friendly Living

Plan Toys Green Dolls’ House & Furniture

  • Includes a wind turbine, solar cell panel, electric inverter for generating energy, a rain barrel for collecting rainwater and a blind to adjust the amount of sunlight and air circulation.
  • Made from sustainable rubberwood and finished using non-toxic, water-based dyes.
  • Comes with eco furniture for all of the rooms – living room, kitchen, bathroom, master bedroom and children’s bedroom.

Green Toys Recycling Truck

  • Made from recycled plastic.
  • Safe, non-toxic, no BPA or PVC, no phthalates or external coatings.
  • Large truck with movable recycling bed and open/shut rear door.
  • Get your kiddos thinking about recycling and keeping waste to a minimum.

Rumparooz Cloth Nappies for Dolls

  • Universal fit, should be suitable for most dolls.
  • Encourage your little ones to consider the environmental impact of disposable nappies and their waste issues from an early age.

Bigjigs Toys Clothes Airer

  • Made from responsibly sourced materials.
  • Great for role playing with dolls and teddies.
  • Forget the tumble dryer, teach your children to utilise that big yellow thing in the sky!

EverEarth Children’s Gardening Set

  • Show your kids that not everything has to come from the supermarket and grow your own fruit/veg/flowers.
  • Helps with the development of fine motor skills.
  • The company plant a tree for every toy sold!

Do you have any of these toys or have you come across these brands before?

Perhaps you’ve got some suggestions of other toys that fit the bill or ideas of how to get children involved in eco-friendly activities?

Let me know!

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2 Comments

  1. February 28, 2017 / 9:25 PM

    Oh I love this. I don’t think it’s ever too early to start. I will be sharing this 😀
    How cute are the solar panels in the dolls house
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  2. March 1, 2017 / 2:40 PM

    Loving the cloth nappies for dolls! What a fab idea. My daughters put their old cloth nappies on teddies, so I’m pleased to see these on the market.
    We like to play lots outside, and as a green and eco blogger I quite often write about getting the kids gardening. I recommend buying a basic gardening set for toddlers. It teaches them the basics of gardening, without waving your big pointy trowel around!

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