After reading more and more about the icky things that go into toys (and end up in our children's mouths and on their hands and well...ick) I want to start using primarily natural fibers for the kids.
We have a velcro wooden cutting set, and some fabric stuff that isn't awful...so, we'll keep those. And, wooden peg puzzles, of course.
But, I want to start introducing some more natural toys to the kiddos. Especially things that are fun for all ages - nothing that the baby can choke on, but not so uninteresting for the 5yo, kwim?
Any ideas, my craft-loving friends?
I love the Lights, Camera, Interaction stuff, but will do my best to hold off for birthdays and what not.
Oh - and playsilks - where do you get blank ones? I checked out Dharma and they don't have anything LABELED playsilks, but I'm SURE something there would work!!
Any other handmade toy ideas? We've already done a knotty (butterfly) doll and the bunny for Easter, but that's about it.
SURELY some of this stuff can be made at home, right?