Sustainable Kids Toys


    Our collection includes a variety of eco-friendly, sustainable, bioplastic, and organic toys that are safe for your little one and good for the planet. When shopping for Non-Toxic baby toys, you should focus on natural wooden toys, soft cloth and organic plush toys, natural rubber toys, and items finished with water-based, non-toxic paints and dyes. Experts recommend avoiding plastic toys for babies and toddlers, as they contain toxic heavy metals that could cause health problems.

    The best way to ensure that your child is not exposed to harmful chemicals in their plastic toys is to avoid buying them at all. Instead, make sure to buy only those toys made from natural materials like wood, cotton, or wool. You can also try making your toys by cutting out shapes from old t-shirts or other fabric pieces. If you want to give your children some toys that have been manufactured using recycled materials, then look into purchasing toys made from recycled plastics.

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has issued a warning about the dangers of lead paint in children's products. In its report, CPSC states that it has received reports of more than 1,000 incidents involving lead poisoning among young children who were playing with products containing lead paint. Lead is a neurotoxin that can damage developing brains and nervous systems. It is especially dangerous for infants under 6 months old because their bodies absorb up to 70% of ingested lead. All toys, including dolls, must be tested for lead before being sold to consumers. Companies that do not test their products may face fines and penalties. Many companies voluntarily conduct testing; however, there are no federal regulations requiring manufacturers to test their products.

    Environmental impact

    In addition to reducing chemical exposure, parents can play an important role in protecting the environment through toy choices. For example, reusable containers such as mason jars, food storage bags, and cardboard boxes are better options for storing toys than disposable ones. Recycling helps reduce waste and keep resources available for future generations. Parents can encourage kids to recycle by setting up recycling bins around the house and teaching them how to properly dispose of recyclable material.

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