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Tower Tumbling from Plan Toys Review

Posted Mar 25 2010 5:00am
I recently received a new toy from Plan Toys .  This is called the Tower Tumbling .  When I opened the box all four of my children were immediately drawn in by the vibrant colors!  They enjoyed a good amount of time exploring the shapes and lining up the colors.  My eldest son Celtic, who is 8, enjoyed stacking them, while Sheamus, 4, enjoyed lining them all into a line.  Guinevere, 2, liked identifying the different colors and Willow, 9 months, explored the shapes, texture, and colors with her hands, eyes, and mouth!

The Tower Tumbling has become a favorite toy that all four of my children share and enjoy!  It is nice to find a simple toy that every single one of my children love!  And the very best part, my husband says, is that it makes no noise!

From the website
PlanToys practices the "Three R's" of green living: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Our manufacturing processes are designed to reduce waste and save energy. We reuse materials, and have introduced innovative methods to recycle paper and other products. We are always looking for new ways to improve and preserve our environment.

PlanToys ® uses environmentally-friendly materials.

Organic Rubberwood
All PlanToys® are made with clean, natural rubberwood from rubber trees which no longer produce latex. To keep the rubberwood pure, no fertilizer is added to the soil for three years before the trees are cut. To strengthen the wood, PlanToys® uses a special chemical-free kiln drying process.

Non-Toxic E-Zero Glue
PlanToys® are assembled using a proprietary, non-formaldehyde E-Zero.

Water Based Dye
PlanToys® does not use dyes containing lead or any other heavy metals. We use only safe, non-toxic water-based dyes on all of our toys.

Recycled and Recyclable Material
PlanToys® uses recycled and recyclable material to minimize our impact on the environment.

Soy & Water-based Ink
PlanToys® uses soy and water-based inks on our printed materials. These inks are more readily biodegradable and can be recycled more efficiently than standard chemical ink.

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Disclosure:  I received this toy from Plan Toys to review on my blog.





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