Fun and Learning with Green Toys Puzzles

Last Updated on December 2, 2022 by ellen

Little children put everything in their mouth from their hands to their toys and that can be a worry for parents depending on what the toys are made of. When you’re shopping for new toys for your toddler this year, make sure that you keep that in mind.  

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Fun and Learning with Green Toys Puzzles

Fun and Learning with Green Toys Puzzles

Fun and learning fit together with the green Toys Puzzles. The colorful Dump Truck, Garden, and Tea Time Puzzles are just right for toddlers developing fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. These durable, 4-piece sets are perfect starter puzzles, with easy to hold 3D pieces that encourage imagination and pretend play.

Children can easily identify the shapes of the pieces, building cooperative play and communication skills as they ask for a wheel, cupcake or flower to complete their masterpiece. Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic with no BPA, phthalates, or PVC.

Dishwasher safe. Meets FDA food  contact standards. Packaged with recycled and recyclable materials and printed with soy inks. MSRP $12.99.

This is such a fun puzzle for younger children and it truly grows with your child. Babies can improve fine motor skills by simply grasping the oversized, chunky pieces. Older toddlers will gain experience by trying to fit the pieces into the puzzle tray itself.

You can encourage shape recognition by asking your child to identify the different pieces and different colors in the puzzle. If you’re looking for a green toy or puzzle for your child, the learning puzzles are a perfect choice. I love that they offer so many eco-friendly, safe toy choices for parents.

Use the store locator on their site or find them on Amazon.

2 thoughts on “Fun and Learning with Green Toys Puzzles

  1. I love how popular puzzles are again, we’ve enjoyed picking out one each Christmas with 2000 pieces to do while the kids were on Christmas break

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