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Green Gift Ideas for Kids

Looking for some eco-friendly gifts a child will enjoy that will also receive the stamp of approval from their parents? Here are some earth-friendly renditions of classic children’s products.

Play Silks are great for kids’ imaginative play as they can be used as capes, flags, scarves, blankets, costumes, or whatever else your little munchkins can think of!

Recommended age: all ages

Don’t throw away newspaper or magazines—your kids can turn them into jewelry with this Recycled Paper Beads Kit.

Recommended age: 5–15 years

As your child plays with this wooden rocket, moon, and stars set, they’ll imagine they’re traveling through the universe on an intergalactic adventure!

Recommended age: 3 years & up

Children will love chopping fruits and veggies with this wooden play food set. As your child “slices” the wooden produce, they’ll “cut” through the Velcro connecting the halves. Your little chef can pretend they have mutant produce by attaching non-matching pieces.

Recommended age: 2 years & up

Free of chemical dyes and other additives, these natural soy crayons are made in the USA.

Recommended age: 3 years & up

These cute critters are a wild bunch! Hand cut from FSC certified beech wood, these wooden animal puzzle blocks would be a perfect addition to a woodland-themed nursery or to a child’s toy chest.

Recommended age: 3 years & up

Any child would be happy to receive one of these snuggly organic woolen dolls. Because each doll is made of pure wool, it warm up as your child holds it. This huggable heirloom doll is one that can be passed down from generation to generation.

Recommended age: 1–6 years

Magic Cabin Fairies™ are handcrafted with natural materials such as cotton, silk, and wool. Each fairy in this collection represents a season. The summer fairy, Petal Summerbee, is shown here; but be sure to check out the other three!

Recommended age: 3 years & up

Manufactured from pesticide-free wood and non-toxic dyes, My Mood Memo is a game designed to help children distinguish the subtle differences in emotions and expressions. As they play this game, they’ll also exercise memory skills as they match up the “pictures” on these wooden tiles.

Recommended age: 2 years & up