The Growing Instincts Team Toy Picks: Why we love these products

The Growing Instincts Team Toy Picks: Why we love these products

Sep 8, '21

Eco Kids Finger paint

Messy art is the best art, especially when your child is using food-safe, non-GMO paints with ingredients that include organic fruit and vegetable extracts.


Our eco-dough is hand made in small batches using natural, non-toxic ingredients.

It provides hours of artistic exploration as well as engaging children with an opportunity to learn the basics of color theory by experimenting with mixing and blending the primary colors included in this assortment. 

BAJO Wooden Stacking Pebbles

An excellent toy for teaching counting and sorting, the set can be used for teaching math concepts such as addition and subtraction.

Stacking the pebbles requires a child’s concentration and patience, and the resulting sculptures are calming. Unlike stone pebbles which are cold, these wooden river stones offer pleasing warmth to the touch.

Handmade Small Giboulée Spoon by Heritage Musical Spoons

The small spoon (also named the ''Giboulée'') produces the highest tone. This is the entry-level size and is recommended for children from 3 to 6 years old. The name ''Giboulée'' refers to the first wet snow of autumn, in French. 

Papoose Oak Leaf House with Mat

Invite your gnomes, fairies or flower children to move on in to this lovely wool felt home.  It also has a loop on the top for hanging.

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