In conjunction with Sustainable Surf, Green Toys Inc. and All the Way to the Ocean have teamed up to one, celebrate Earth Day 2015 and two, to help support one of the planet’s most vital resources –
The only thing your kid is going to like better than a basic marble run is a glow in the dark marble run, which makes this toy a sure winner on birthdays or holidays. The awesome glow in the dark Trix
PlanToys’ colorful zoo blocks enable your child to have fun and develop fine motor skills and his imagination in the process. Little ones can build their own block zoo, then match each animal into
This absolutely beautiful Grow a Garden Felt Veggie Kit is handmade with 100% pure wool felt and comes with everything needed to encourage a love of gardening and imagination in your child. This lovely
While growing up in Singapore in the 1970s, designer Chan Wai Lim spent a lot of time playing with farm animals as well as wooden toys. She combined these two nostalgic elements of her childhood to create
Pop-Up Adventure Play is an organization with many goals, but their number one mission is to support children’s play. Founded in 2010, Pop-Up Adventure Play aims to help make children’s right to play
Raise your hand if you’ve taken a swing ride with your baby or kiddo on your lap? The Expression Swing makes it possible to now see your little one’s face light up while you enjoy a tandem
The Land (Teaser) from Play Free Movie on Vimeo. We previously featured The Land, a Welsh “adventure” playground on Inhabitots, and readers were captivated by the concept. In an overprotective world
Spring cleaning is calling loudly to many of us; it feels so good to purge all the old and unusable things from our lives, including toys. According to a recent Tom’s of Maine study, in attempts to
These gorgeous tin canister puzzles from Petit Collage have a crafty little design secret: the tin canister that houses the puzzles also does double duty as a coin bank. Whether your child digs space
Petit Collage’s new pop-out and color sets have an added twist that sets them apart from their previously released pop-out sets — kids can now color the characters and the scene themselves.
Got a three or four year-old who just doesn’t appreciate the awesomeness that is preschool? Then heck, maybe it’s time you showed your tot how it’s done, by heading back to preschool
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