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12/11/2013
There’s no reason not to “go green” when picking up a game for a young loved one. Despite the abundance of “Made in China” plastic toys and games that line the aisles, some companies have made it their business to create amazingly fun toys and games for children in ways that protect, preserve or restore the planet.
11/2/2012
Learn how to make a pinwheel for a fun, outdoors toy.
12/16/2011
Protect children's health and the environment by choosing responsibly made toys that are free of lead and other toxins.
7/28/2010
Make a homemade kaleidoscope that rivals the most expensive models with a PVC pipe and a reflector made from mirrors and wood. Point it at anything or use the special reflector tray to make unique kaleidoscopic designs.
12/11/2009
Create memorable gifts for a youngster with a handcrafted toy or game.
9/18/2009
Wooden toys made by you for that special child in your life will be memorable gifts.
11/18/2008
After the discovery of lead in some toys last year, Congress established tighter lead standards, to be implemented Feb. 10, 2009. However, some toy companies are concerned that the costs incurred to meet the deadline might be more than they can bear.




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