Earth Day is April 22 and these eco-friendly toys and games are a fun way to show some love for our planet. These toys are also tech-free and perfect if your kids have been spending a lot of time on screens during the COVID-19 quarantine.
*Please note that all of these toys and games are subject to delayed deliveries due to the pandemic. Prices are subject to change without notice.
FACE THE MUSIC This brand uses reclaimed rubber wood to minimize its environmental impact. Banjolele, Plan Toys. $40
DEAL ME IN If you’re looking for something new to do around the bonfire on your annual family camping trip, this is just the ticket. UNO: Wilderness Card Game, Mattel Games. $25
TRUE COLORS Earth, wind, fire and water have gone green with this all-natural puzzle made of wood that’s dyed with non-toxic stains. Four Elements Puzzle and Building Set, Grimm’s Spiel und Holz Design. $86
BALL AND CHAIN This wildly popular toy is named after the ancient ninja Fuma Kotaro, so they’ll need to tap into their speed and agility skills to master it. Kotaro Pro Bamboo Kendama Toy with Extra String, Kotaro Kendama. $19.99
HOME FREE This eco-friendly abode is complete with a solar panel, wind turbine, biofacade, electric inverter and recycling bins. Wooden Green Dollhouse with Furniture, Plan Toys. $250
NATURE CALLS Teach the kids about 22 of the country’s most popular National Parks and the wildlife that inhabits them. Monopoly National Park Edition Board Game, Hasbro. $39.95
BALANCING ACT If they love Jenga, they’ll be pros at strategizing with these wooden pieces. Balancing Cactus Special Edition, Plan Toys. $30
SMASH HIT This PVC-, latex-, BPA- and phthalate-free ball is meant to be used indoors—it absorbs throws and kicks without marking walls or breaking windows. Victury V1 Soccer Ball, Victury Sports. $19.99