& kids

Baby & Kids

  • 4M Green Science Solar Rover Kit
    The 4M Green Science Solar Rover Kit is a fun way to teach kids about solar energy. The kit provides the materials to construct your own solar rover. 4M likes to incorporate social values and green awareness into their educational products. external link
  • Andy Pandy
    Andy Pandy diapers are made from bamboo, a renewable and sustainable resource. Their products are biodegradable and eco-friendly. external link
  • A Toy Garden
    A Toy Garden is a family run webstore that offers a broad selection of open ended, natural, creative, and fun toys for children and their families. Many of their products are made in the USA. The site has many creative ideas for DIY toys. Categories of toys include: play house, toys, dolls & gnomes, books & music, baby, and furniture. external link
  • Baby Diaper Service
    Baby Diaper Service provides professional, earth-friendly laundering of cloth baby diapers. They use a 98% biodegradable wash formula, limit the amount of water waste that enters the sewage system, buy local products and materials, hire local people, and use bio-diesel in their delivery vehicles. external link
  • Bannor Toys
    Bannor Toys are organic, natural, and made from quality materials. Specific products include stuffed animals, ornaments, teethers, rattles, yoyos, block sets, matching games, puzzles, and kids’ furniture. external link
  • Bears for Humanity
    All Bears for Humanity toys and gifts are certified organic, hand sewn, and stuffed by at-risk mothers from welfare to work programs in California. When you buy one, the organization gives one to a child in need. external link
  • Blue Brontide
    Blue Brontide sells organic, eco-friendly baby accessories and gifts made with premium, sustainable fabrics in gender neutral colors, designed and handmade in Yorkshire, England. They also stock an eco-friendly wooden cutlery and tableware range to make mealtimes fun! external link
  • Born Free/Summer Infant
    Born Free was a pioneer in making safe baby products without the harmful chemicals BPA and PVC. Summer Infant acquired Born Free in 2011 and remains committed to providing customers with safe products for babies that are free from harmful chemicals. external link
  • Chewable Jewels
    Chewable Jewels provides teething jewelry for babies that are chemical and latex free. external link
  • Comotomo
    Comotomo provides silicone baby bottles and teethers. Their products are award-winning and have been called industry-revolutionizing. external link
  • Dandelion For Baby
    Dandelion For Baby is a new division of Re-Think It, Inc., a family owned, family-focused company that makes earth-friendly goods and provides information to help families adopt more earth-friendly practices. external link
  • Earth Baby
    Earth Baby is LA's premiere cloth diaper boutique, but it sells a variety of items to raise your baby naturally, from hand selected eco-friendly toys to natural baby care products. external link
  • Earth Mama Angel Baby Organics
    Earth Mama Angel Baby Organics provides organic, chemical free personal care products for mothers and babies, such as body wash, lotion, soaps, and tea. external link
  • Elves & Angels
    Elves and Angels is a family business that provides heirloom quality wooden toys. Offerings include wooden kitchens, dollhouses, stable and castles, and doll furniture. The company uses pine, ash, birch, and formaldehyde-free plywood, as well as a non-toxic linseed oil finish. external link
  • Evenflo
    Evenflo develops and sells innovative products for infant care and juvenile development, such as booster seats, strollers, and cribs. Evenflo’s Mimi Soft Touch, Mimi Premium and Mimi Neo line of pacifiers are BPA and PVC free. external link
  • glo
    glo (Green Living Organics) provides bed, bath and baby products made in ways that are both socially and environmentally responsible. Whenever possible, glo products are made from Fairtrade Certified organic cotton and produced in socially responsible manufacturing facilities. glo is committed to sustainable farming practices; all of their cotton is GOTS certified and hand-picked. external link
  • Green Toys
    Green Toys products are made in the USA from 100% recycled milk jugs. They are BPA, PVC, and Phthalate free. Their products include blocks, trucks, tea sets, stacking cups, toolsets, teethers, bath toys, and kitchen play items. external link
  • Hazelnut Kids
    Hazelnut Kids offers a variety of natural, organic toys for children and babies, including stuffed animals, dolls, blankets, books, puzzles, rattlers, and teethers. external link
  • Holgate Toys
    Holgate offers a large variety of high-quality, USA-made, wooden toys. The company is committed to green business practices and is a proud member of the Forest Stewardship Council. Holgate finishes are non-toxic, water-based, and meet all government ASTM regulations. Toy categories include: infant toys, building blocks, educational toys, train, plane & vehicles, furniture, and personalized items. external link
  • i play., Inc.
    i play products are designed to be good quality, healthy, and safe. Many products are BPA, PVC, petroleum, formamide, and formaldehyde-free. The Green Sprouts product line offers BPA, PVC, phthalate and nitrosamine-free pacifiers in assorted colors, as well as cornstarch ring teethers and hand teethers, which are also free of BPA, PVC, phthalates and nitrosamines. external link
  • Learning Curve
    Learning Curve sells a variety of pacifiers and teethers that are BPA free. external link
  • Little Spruce Organics
    Little Spruce Organics provides an assortment of organic baby apparel, organic cloth diapering products, and natural, organic toys. external link
  • MAM
    MAM is committed to creating safe products for infants; their pacifiers and teethers are BPA, phthalates and PVC-free. MAM offers both latex and silicone pacifiers. The company analyzes and limits their consumption of material, energy, and water in order to save resources and reduce their carbon footprint. external link
  • Maple Landmark
    Maple Landmark is a local company that uses local materials to produce educational and eco-friendly wooden toys, games, and gifts. Their products follow USA standards of product safety, employee safety, and environmental protection. Selection includes: blocks, cars, games, puzzles, décor, trains, rattles, teethers, and more. external link
  • Natursutten
    Natursutten sells pacifiers and teethers made from natural rubber without any chemicals or artificial coloring. external link
  • North Star Toys
    North Star Toys makes high quality, non-toxic wooden toys for children of all ages. They use only sustainably managed American hardwoods, a food-grade mineral oil finish and certified lead-free, non-toxic paints. All of their toys are made in their company in New Mexico, which runs on 100% renewable energy. Products include: wooden vehicles, pull toys, play sets, and dinosaurs. external link
  • Nuby
    Nuby offers a variety of all-natural products for babies, such as diaper rash ointment and teething gel. Their plastic products are made to be as close to natural as possible, with minimal chemicals. They also offer several BPA, phthalates and PVC-free teethers. Nuby donates much of its profits to children groups. external link
  • Oh Plah!
    Oh Plah! Teething Bracelets and Cuffs are recyclable, as well as BPA, PVC and phthalates free. external link
    OOMPA will connect you with products that are manufactured domestically, fair trade, recycled, eco-friendly, handcrafted, etc. They have an extensive line of organic toys for babies, toddlers, and children, as well as a number of wooden toys and other natural, organic products. external link
  • Palumba
    All Palumba toys are made without any toxins or unsafe parts. They are all of heirloom quality, hand crafted and sustainably made with care and integrity. 80% of Palumba toys are made in the USA; the rest are crafted in Fair Trade Cooperatives. Categories of offerings include: baby toys, dolls and puppets, house play, clothes, arts and crafts, and house and home. The company has a great selection of felt and crocheted play food, wooden kitchen accessories, Waldorf dolls & clothes. external link
  • Playtex
    All Playtex pacifiers are BPA free. Playtex is committed to numerous sustainability practices and constantly works to reduce the environmental impact of their products, packaging, and manufacturing practices. external link
  • Pure Play Kids
    Pure Play Kids offers a large selection of battery-free, TV-free, creative playthings—such as wooden toys, organic stuffed animals, cloth dolls, natural teethers, and Waldorf toys. The majority of their cloth materials are certified organic and their paints and finishes contain only trace amounts of lead. The bulk of Pure Play Kids products are made in the USA. Pure Play Kids goes to great effort to ensure that their materials come from the United States. Their packing materials, wood, glue, paints and coatings are all from the USA. external link
  • Re-Play
    Re-Play provides baby products made from recycled HDPE (a BPA free, Phthalate free, PVC free plastic). external link
  • Sassy
    Sassy Baby Products are designed to help with child development and education. All Sassy products meet strict safety standards and are latex free (except for their Latex nursery nipples). external link
  • Seven Acre Toys
    Seven Acre Toys is a family run business that sells wooden toys that are made of all-natural ingredients (such as organic yarns and beeswax) and FSC-certified hardwoods, and free from hazardous chemicals. external link
  • Smart Mommy Healthy Baby
    Smart Mommy Healthy Baby is a one-stop, time-saving resource for moms and moms-to-be who want to find non-toxic, eco-friendly, natural and organic products for their own, their babies' and their families' personal use, as well as for their homes. external link
  • Smiling Tree Toys
    Smiling Tree Toys is a family run business that sells toys and home décor. Smiling Tree Toys products are chemical free and made from locally sourced (in America), sustainably harvested, all-natural ingredients (such as their sustainably harvested American hardwoods, homegrown organic camelina oil/beeswax finish, and natural cotton drawstring bags). Their packaging materials are recycled and recyclable. The company participates in local renewable energies programs and donate part of their profits to the Peace Corps. external link
  • Snapdoodle Toys
    Snapdoodle Toys is a local business (in Redmond and Kenmore) that sells a variety of “green” products. Many of their toys are sustainably made and chemical-free, but read the labels carefully to be sure you're buying “green” products. external link
  • TAG (Think and Grow) Toys
    TAG Toys are designed and made in the USA using non-toxic, water-based finishes and locally sourced raw materials (i.e. paint, wood, and glue). TAG Toys’ are designed to help educate kids. Toy categories include: early learning, sorting & motor skills, perception & concepts, memory, numbers & counting, writing & spelling, creative play, child therapy, child’s room, and other wood products. external link
  • The First Years
    The First Years/TOMY offers a wide range of safe, innovative, high-quality toys and nursery products. TOMY products have won various awards over the years. external link
  • The Honest Company
    The Honest Company is committed to reducing the presence of toxic chemicals in the environment and our homes by offering a variety of safe products for kids and household use (such as cleaning supplies, personal care, vitamins, etc.). The Honest Company uses natural, organic, sustainably harvested and renewable materials in their products. They are committed to minimizing waste and maximizing use/re-use and work to reduce energy usage in their warehouses. external link
  • The Puzzle People
    The Puzzle People sell handcrafted, wooden puzzles made from non-toxic, water-based paints and finishes. The Puzzle People products are high-quality, baby safe, educational, and can be personalized upon request. The company is known for their award-winning puzzles of endangered animals. external link
  • Think Toys
    Think Toys carries products for infants and children, including dolls, play sets, plush bath toys, and Montessori- and Waldorf-inspired wooden learning materials for preschoolers. Think Toys are hand made in the USA, natural, non-toxic, and eco-friendly. Their products are made exclusively from Maple harvested in Texas, and AP-certified, non-toxic, water-based, USA-made paints. Their wood is sealed using an organic blend of natural oils and beeswax. Among their products are hand kites, cups and pegs, rainbow sorting bowls and baby basics. external link
  • Uncle Goose
    Uncle Goose sells wooden blocks of all sorts: classic, foreign language, special needs (such as Braille), decorative, etc. Uncle Goose produces 100% of their products in their factory in Grand Rapids, allowing them to control the entire process from wood milling, inspection, and shipping. Their products are hand-crafted from replenishable, Michigan-grown, Kiln-dried Basswood and non-toxic, lead-free, child-safe inks. external link
  • Under the Nile
    Under the Nile provides 100% organic Egyptian cotton clothing, blankets, and products for babies and children. All products are chemical-free. Under the Nile is committed to fair trade practices, and to ethical and environmentally responsible farming. external link
  • Vulli
    Vulli provides toys that are made from natural materials with minimal waste, chemicals, etc. Their toys are designed to increase children's understanding of concepts such as ecology, renewable energies, and the protection of endangered species. external link
  • Wild Apples
    Wild Apples sells a variety of handcrafted wooden items made from American hardwoods and finished with mineral or linseed oil. Products include animal sets, nativities, ornaments, pull toys, piggy banks, and puzzles. external link
  • Zoli Baby
    Zoli Baby products are free of BPA, phthalates, nitrosamines and PVC. Zoli Baby constantly looks for ways to leave a smaller footprint, such as using recycled materials and soy-based inks in their packaging and marketing materials. external link