We love this two story wooden playhouse for kids! It includes three wooden dolls that all live in this environmentally responsible themed home which is even further represented with a windmill,solar panels on the roof and recycling bins. The kitchen set, bedroom set and bathroom set are all included and the whole wonderful playhouse is made from environmentally friendly rubberwood and then painted with non-toxic water-based paints. Your kids will love playing in it, and they’ll be learning some great lessons about sustainability at the same time!
Little boys and girls love playing with toy vehicles, and you love knowing that your children are playing with the most safe, non-toxic toys available. Many parents today are shying away from buying toys made from plastic, because of recent studies that have shown the high toxicity levels in many plastic-based items. That’s why we have a huge selection of wooden toys reviewed, so you can make some good, healthy choices.
The wood used to make these awesome play trucks and construction vehicles for kids is plantation rubberwood. The wood is kiln-dried in a chemical-free environment and then painted with non-toxic water-based paint. Natural latex glue is used for all the joinery. Also, when your little one’s new healthy wooden toys arrive, they come in recyclable packaging.
If you’re anything like me, you want your baby to be wrapped in the most healthy, soft and comfortable blankets that are available. We did plenty of research on materials, and found repeatedly that bamboo was making our list of the top blanket materials!
Bamboo is wonderful, because it is one of the most sustainable resources on the planet. The bamboo used for baby blankets is grown without pesticides or chemicals, and is super soft, absorbent, breathable and antibacterial.
Bamboo baby blankets are great for your little one’s skin because it is non-irritating to the skin and extremely hypoallergenic.
Health officials in North America have advised parents to stop allowing kids to use the Twirlla Wooden Rattle because of a possible choking hazard. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada announced the voluntary recall earlier this week.
No incidents or injuries have been reported, but experts suggest that the rattle’s parts have a high breakage potential.
About 3,300 rattles were sold in the U.S. and 145 in Canada.