This is a sponsored post in collaboration with PBS KIDS. All thoughts and opinions espressed below are my own.
Did you know that you can now find PBS KIDS toys at your local Whole Foods Market? These earth-friendly toys have been designed to inspire curiosity and help you raise happy, healthy kids. The line is geared for young children ages 6 months to 3 years old and includes
- race cars made from recycled milk bottles
- colorful, wooden vehicles assembled by hand from local wood in Vermont
- shape sorters (recently named a National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) silver award winner)
- stackers that inspire a love for fruits and veggies
- super soft plush animals made with phthalate- and PVC-free materials
- organic t-shirts and infant onesies with vintage designs
And the best part is knowing that if you purchase one of these toys this holiday season, 100% of PBS KIDS’ net proceeds will benefit the media brand’s mission of empowering children through knowledge, critical thinking and imagination. And Whole Foods Market will donate 1% of the total sales, up to $25,000, to Whole Kids Foundation, an organization dedicated to improving children’s nutrition and wellness.
PBS KIDS and Whole Foods Market have donated a set of Scoot wooden toys (great stocking stuffers!) and a plush animal for one MommyMaestra reader!
To enter to win, simply use the Rafflecopter below.
Disclosure: I am a PBS KID Ambassador and received sample products for the purpose of this review and giveaway. All thoughts and opinions espressed below are my own.