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 el 12 Dec 2008 por Marta Reig

Eco Toys

They teach kids to recycle, generate energy and act responsibly towards the environment. They’re ecological toys.


With these toys, they’ll learn the importance of recycling, using renewable sources of energy and reutilizing natural resources. Make a note of the most ecological toys on the market:

Bio Farm. A farm to grow and care for plants at home
Kids will learn first-hand about the world of plants, thanks to this ecological seedbed. They can plant seeds, take care of them and wait for them to bare fruit. They’ll see where the food they eat comes from and will gain a practical understanding of ways to reuse natural resources.

e-energy dynamo. Turn a crank to recharge batteries
Batteries are expensive, pollutant, and quickly run out. There are other gadgets you can use to recharge them, but e-energy dynamo is a much more illustrative invention that will help kids understand that batteries don’t last forever. It’s a crank that produces enough energy to recharge batteries used for toys up to 1,000 times without generating byproducts. Not only will you be saving money on batteries, your child will also unwittingly committing to caring for the environment by using clean energy and reducing the amount of waste products produced.

Enviro Battery. Make your own batteries
Performing scientific experiments is a good way for children to learn where things come from and how they work. With this science kit, they’ll become ecologically responsible: they’ll have to make their own batteries using pieces of fruit or coins as a source of energy.

Eco Doll House. An ecological dollhouse
Made out of reusable rubber and recycled wood, this dollhouse will teach children valuable lessons about recycling. It produces energy with the solar panels on its roof and with a windmill, there’s a reservoir to gather rainwater for use in the shower, the garden contains several recycling bins and its furniture is made without wasting valuable natural resources. You can’t get much more graphic than that.

Source Swiss Miss & Construible.es & EcoFactory

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