Toy Tuesday: Non-Toxic and Eco-Friendly Climbing/Tumbling Toys for Baby

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My youngest daughter has recently started to climb up on just about everything. While it can be a bit of a nuisance at times, it is also an important physical milestone. Benefits of climbing include development of gross motor skills, balance, coordination and spatial awareness. Since furniture is not the safest thing for toddlers to be climbing, you may want to purchase one of these eco-friendly and non-toxic climbing toys that provide fun and safety while climbing/tumbling indoors.

Bobles Tumbling Toys

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Bobles, which are available in a variety of shapes/colors, allow your little one to tumble, roll, balance, seesaw, rock, jump and gain bodily experience. They are based on simple geometrical forms cut in the shape of animals. The tumbling animals can function as both a play toy as well as furniture. They are created with soft yet sturdy EVA foam, a non-toxic and eco-friendly material. The foam makes them comfortable, safe, lightweight, durable, strong and washable.

Moluk Bilibo

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The Bilibo is made of non-toxic, recyclable, high-density polyethylene. It stimulates imaginative play through it’s innovative design. Get a few for your little one to climb onto or let you him/her rock, spin, or sit in this fun, brightly colored toy. The Bilibo is BPA, pthalate, and latex free, and is 100% recyclable.

Square Climber Wooden Climbing Cube

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There’s neither beginning nor end to this climbing cube — it’s actually a limitless loop of opportunities to invent, exercise, and explore. Movers and shakers can climb, hang, and crawl on it, then flip it over to pursue new venues. The climber’s constructed of eight sustainable rubberwood cubes connected by hubs and detailed with five wooden activity boards. No one will be bored with three levels to play on! (paints are non-toxic)

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