Baby/New Mom

Toy Tuesday: Eco-Friendly Wooden Baby Walkers

April 30, 2013

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Is your baby beginning to take steps on his/her own? These eco-friendly walkers are perfect for little ones just starting to walk, giving them freedom to explore while also having something stable to grasp. They are also made of non-toxic materials so you can be sure baby is safe while at play.

Wooden Van Walker

A helping hand to steady teetering toddlers, this adorable van is more than just a walker–it’s also a great place for toys, books, and a cheerful friend too! With a happy smile, bright eyes, and a handle of adjustable height, this walker will not only help little ones learn the steps, but will also be a beloved addition to imaginative play for years to come.

  • Made of sustainable rubberwood
  • Handle adjusts for years worth of play value
  • 12″L x 8″W x 18″H
  • Available in yellow, blue, and pink

Hape Push and Pull Wonder Walker

With the best-selling Wonder Walker from Hape toys your child will be ready to walk and roll! Setback wheels provide a sturdy base for kids to pull up, and the unique design makes pushing a breeze while encouraging first steps. Moveable knobs, gears and colorful balls turn it into a busy-box on wheels. The rubber lining of the wheels make this a great choice, while the storage base offers room for friends to come along for the ride!

  • Non-toxic finish
  • Sturdy wood craftsmanship from sustainably sourced forests
  • Carefully designed rubber-trimmed setback wheels will protect floors

Wooden Walker Wagon


This premium solid wood wagon features non-toxic water-based paint and finish along with rugged rubber tires to give toddlers the stability they need to walk with confidence. Top-quality German craftsmanship with industry-leading braking system allows baby to stop safely or stand securely. This Walker Wagon promotes balance and encourages babies to explore walking. A special seat stows a favorite toy or doll and there’s extra storage space for more kid cargo. Made in Germany.

  • Solid wood constrution
  • Non-toxic water-based paint and finish
  • Size 19-1/4″L x 13″W x 19-1/4″H

COSSY Wooden Baby Walker

This wooden walker will have baby zooming past on their feet in no time. This innovatively designed toddler toy features a sturdy wooden frame to provide little ones a safe, stable base to lean on as they walk farther and farther each day, and brightly painted blocks that add even more entertainment. Solve the puzzle of this cart by arranging the building blocks so that each one fits into the cart in one layer, or stack them into impressive structures. Each step encourages the development of coordination, balance, and physical strength, while the building block puzzle exercises fine motor skills and problem solving abilities.

  • Made of high-quality juniper wood sourced from environmentally sustainably sourced forests
  • Stained with non-toxic water-based paint

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  • Reply Lea July 22, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    Hi! I am interested in finding eco friendly and nontoxic baby walkers. Can you please do an updated review? Many of these products seem to no longer be available. Thanks!

    • Reply Peace Love Organic Mom July 22, 2017 at 5:15 pm

      Hi Lea- this is post is updated as of today! Hope one of these walkers works out for your little one :)

  • Reply Meghan August 28, 2017 at 4:55 am


    Does anyone know of a non toxic baby walker (that the baby sits in) on the market?

    I’ve been researching and came across the joovy walker?

    Are there any eco friendly or nox toxic ones that you know of?

    Thanks! And love your site :)


    • Reply Peace Love Organic Mom September 5, 2017 at 12:34 pm

      Thanks Meghan! Currently there are not any organic or wooden options for a mobile (sit-in) baby walker. However, the Joovy Spoon Walker ( is definitely the best choice out of all of the available options because it is free of BPA, PVC and Phthalates.

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