Recycled cardboard toys for children

By staff writers
10 Dec 2007

There are now a wide range of recycled carboard toys available to children - great for birthdays, Christmas, or just for playtime! Green and eco-friendly, they are also educational and stimulate your child's development. All the children's recycled cardboard toys are available from the Ethical Superstore

Recycled cardboard dolls house

Solar Powered AeroplaneThis is an ideal dolls house for children age 3 years and up. Open fronted for easy access it will provide hours of fun. Decorate with paint and fabrics. It is a blank canvas for your budding interior designer.

Recycled cardboard dolls house available from the Ethical Superstore



Recycled cardboard play house

Recycled cardboard play houseEvery child likes to play house and what better property for your young homeowner than one made out of recycled cardboard? This fun cardboard structure is easy to assemble and fold down after use.

The recycled cardboard play house is available from the Ethical Superstore



Recycled Cardboard Rocket

Recycled Cardboard TeepeeThe Paperpod Rocket is a fantastic resource to encourage role-play and stimulate your child's imagination. Your young astronauts can decorate both inside and out before zooming off to distant planets to enjoy their own space adventure.

Recycled Cardboard Rocket available from the Ethical Superstore



Recycled Cardboard Teepee

Recycled Cardboard TeepeeA fun teepee which children will love playing in, and decorating. Bring back memories of your own childhood! Folds down for easy storage.

Recycled Cardboard Teepee available from the ethical superstore



Recycled Cardboard Toy Fort

Recycled Cardboard Toy FortWith its drawbridge and four turrets the Paperpod Recycled Cardboard Fort can be defended against invaders for days. Then folded away ready for the next attack!

The recycled Cardboard Toy Fort available from the Ethical Superstore


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