Babies and toddlers need safe gifts more than anyone as their little bodies are more susceptible to toxins and chemicals. It might be easy to just give in to the plethora of plastic toys but I think the safety of our little ones should make the extra effort of shopping consciously worth it. In light of how difficult crunchy gift giving can be, I thought I’d share some crunchier gift ideas that I’ve come across. This crunchy gift guide is focused solely on kids. Now not all these toys are 100% flawless, some may be made in China although with many safety checks, some may be in the cheaper category of wood, etc. There are also some gifts that are pretty pricey and some that are reasonably priced. You can use my list as a starting point but I do still recommend looking into the toys/companies more so that you know if they fully meet your own personal requirements.

B. Zany Zoo Activity Cube

B. Zany Zoo Activity Cube

Haba Salto Clutching Toys

Haba Salto Clutching Toys

Hazelaid Amber Teething Necklace

Hazelaid Amber Teething Necklace

Skwish Natural Rattle and Grasping Toy

Skwish Natural Rattle and Grasping Toy

Hape Pound & Tap Bench

Hape Pound & Tap Bench

Hape Wooden Rocking Horse

Hape Wooden Rocking Horse

Plan Toys Stacking Ring

Plan Toys Stacking Ring

Hape Little Copter

Hape Little Copter

Plan Toys My First Camera

Plan Toys My First Camera

Hape Elephant Wooden Push and Pull Toy

Hape Elephant Wooden Push and Pull Toy

Mudpuppy Wheel Puzzles

Mudpuppy Wheel Puzzles

Organic Bamboo Stay Put Suction Baby Dishware

Organic Bamboo Stay Put Suction Baby Dishware

Janod Letters and Numbers Blocks

Janod Letters and Numbers Blocks

Melissa & Doug Wooden Chunky Puzzle

Melissa & Doug Wooden Chunky Puzzle

Plan Toys Bird Rattle

Plan Toys Bird Rattle

Hape Wooden Shape Sorter

Hape Wooden Shape Sorter

Hape Wooden Push and Pull Toy

Hape Wooden Push and Pull Toy

Eco-friendly, Natural Gifts for Babies - great gift natural gift ideas for the babies. No toxins here.
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