Toy Company Delivers Curated Anti-Tech Packages For Kids

Toy Company Delivers Curated Anti-Tech Packages For Kids

Little Pnuts offers eco-friendly and naturally-made toys designed to get children off smartphones and video games.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 june 2012

Little Pnuts is a toy subscription service that offers to deliver hand-curated packages for young children every three months. The high quality toys are sustainably made, eco-friendly, organic, and are designed to meet children’s developmental needs. These innovative and educational toys are designed to draw youngsters and parents away from technology. They don’t offer battery operated or big brand market toys, instead choosing companies that care about how kids imagine, create, and play. These include PlanToys, miYim, Little Sapling Toys, Wonderworld, and Green Toys.

Unique Toy Company Delivers Curated Packages For Kids

When you join Little Pnuts you are asked for some information about your child and then will receive a package with 3-5 toys every three months, which are yours to keep. There are three options to choose from: Infant toys (0-12 months), Toddler toys (1-3 years), and Preschool toys (3-5 years). Little Pnuts allows members to pay either an annual subscription of $240, or $25 per month.

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