Tootsa MacGinty Autumn Winter 2013 Collection

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For this last in my installment of ethical Christmas gift guides I’ve focused on little kids as I find teenagers so difficult to buy for.  I did put a guide together last year that included ethical gift ideas for teenagers if you’re looking for inspiration!

Ethical Christmas Gift Ideas for Babies

ethical gift guide for kids

1.  Cat Soft Toy* (£18.35) by Jane Foster via Etsy UK – babies will love the bright face on this soft toy, and it’s a great shape for little hands to grab!

2.  Zebra Soft Toy (£29) from Wildly Woolly – a lovely fair-trade hand knitted zebra soft toy from Moral Fibres sponsor Wildly Woolly.

3.  Romper* (£20) from Frugi – the cutest little romper.

4.  Charlie Bears Bunny (£14.90) from GreenBee Kids – made from organically grown cotton, filled with 100% recycled fibres and dyed with non-allergenic non-toxic paints there are no nasties in this little bunny.

5.  My First Book of Nature* (£3.77) – my daughter has a couple of these Alain Gree board books and they are great for little hands, full of bright and engaging illustrations, and the perfect introduction to nature.

Ethical Christmas Gift Ideas for Toddlers

ethical christmas gift ideas for kids

6.  Plan Toys Castle Blocks (£18.70) from Babipur – ain’t no kid in the land that doesn’t like building blocks – it’s a fact!

7.  Unisex Bear Top (£23) by Tootsa – this bright top is perfect for boys and girls, available in size 0-3 months, right the way up to age 8.

8.  A First Book of Nature* (£8.52) – perfect for slightly older kids to learn about nature, with some really lovely illustrations.

9.  Cardboard Playhouse*  (£29.95) – a fun playhouse made out of 100% recycled cardboard that can be stored flat (every parent’s dream!).

10.  Kids Tool Box (£12.74) from Babipur – kids will have hours of fun ‘making stuff’!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this series of ethical Christmas gift guide and found them useful!  If you missed any you can check out all the posts here.

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