We live in a day where it is easier and cheaper to discard damaged goods.
Television broken? Not worth fixing – buy a new one. Kids’ toys not working quite as they should? Buy another mass-produced one. Wonky looking fruit? Buy the shiny, pretty one next to it.
We’re trying to save our planet, yet our actions aren’t really reflecting these attempts. We need to model these behaviours for our kids. Kids need to value our planet, avoid adding to landfill and embrace our beautiful, natural resources.
That’s where PlanToys comes in
I was curious what could be so special about this playset when handing it over to my toddler. He is addicted to toys in every shape and size, but I wasn’t quite sure how captivated these toys would have him.
In short: I was very wrong.
Cute and ticks all the boxes
This 4-year-old master of toys thinks his wonky fruits and veggies are the best thing since connector textas. When he’s not playing chef, he’s using them to explain to our visitors why wonky fruit and veggies are still good enough to eat.
From a curly cucumber to a funky tomato, the set is simply adorable. Each fruit can be cut in half, using the wooden knife provided. With Velcro keeping each fruit and vegetable together, kids can play kitchens with their wonky food.
Made with sustainable materials, this play-set certainly covers all bases.
How to get your hands on this epic play-set
For just $50.99 you can snag yourself this adorable set of wonky fruit and veggies. made ethically and created to combat growing landfill.
It can be found in a range of speciality toy stores both in-store and online including:
- Knock On Wood Toys (Sinnamon Park QLD and online Australia wide)
- The Coffee Apple (Ringwood East Victoria & online Australia wide)
- Amazon (Australian wide)
- Twigs Toy Boutique (Strathpine QLD)
With a huge rise in interest in sustainable living, this is the play-set every toy room needs!
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