When I first heard about Green Toys I didn't know much about them but I was curious. What makes their toys great? What makes their toys green?
Green toys have graciously given me the chance to review their block set so that I may find out for myself what makes them great. After looking at their website I also found out how they are green.
They use recycled milk containers as the main ingredient in creating their toys. When you finish your milk and toss the container in the recycling bin, these milk containers are collected at your curb by a local recycling company, who then sorts them from all the other types of plastic. Next, the milk containers are reprocessed into super clean fresh plastic. The plastic material they use is called high-density polyethylene (or HDPE). This material is considered one of the safest, cleanest plastics around.
They contain no traceable amounts of Phthalates or BPA. They are also designed without any external coatings, eliminating the fear of lead paint.
Even the box is 100% recyclable.
That explains how they are green, now on to why they are great. The blocks themselves are light and easy for a baby to pick them up. As you can see my baby enjoyed playing with these blocks. He still doesn't get the concept of building with the blocks but he sure had fun knocking them over.
My favorite part is that these toys are made with recycled materials and are printed with soy ink. No need to worry about lead in your baby's toys. Which is great considering my baby felt the need to do a taste test on these blocks. He thought they tasted great by the way.
Thanks to green toys for giving me the chance to review these blocks.
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