Solar powered children's gifts and toys

By staff writers
10 Dec 2007

There's now a selection of educational children's gifts and toys, that are green and eco-friendly, as well as fun. Solar powered children's gifts come in kits but also pre-assembled and are great as birthday or Christmas gifts. Here are some of the best solar powered children's gifts and toys we have found all available from the Ethical Superstore.



Solar Powered Aeroplane

Solar Powered AeroplaneA solar powered biplane kit is a great gift for any child interested in science and gadgets. No need for batteries, or glue. All parts are made from laser cutters, and just fit together. Easy assembly, and a lot of fun!

The Solar powered aeroplane is available from the Ethical Superstore



Solar Powered Helicopter

Solar Powered HelicopterA solar powered helicopter is a great gift for any child interested in science and gadgets. No need for batteries, or glue. All parts are made from laser cutters and made from handcrafted solid wood.

The Solar powered helicopter is available from the Ethical Superstore



Solar Powered Perspex Biker Kit

Solar Powered BikerA solar powered biker kit is a great gift for any child interested in science and gadgets. A good present for a biking fanatic, or just someone interested in watching others doing exercise. No need for batteries!

The Solar powered biker kit is available from the Ethical Superstore



Solar Powered Wind Turbine Kit

Solar Powered Wind TurbineA solar powered turbine kit is a great gift for any child or grown up interested in science and gadgets. A solar powered turbine is also available pre-assembled.

The Solar powered turbine is available from the Ethical Superstore

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