“Play is the foundation of learning, creativity, self-expression, and constructive problem-solving. It’s how children wrestle with life to make it meaningful.”
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Educating young hearts with organic wooden toys in Australia
Growing Kind is one of the largest online retailers for eco toys on the Australian market. Enjoy a selection of beautiful and creative natural designs that will encourage your children to play and use their imagination at the same time.
Support development with fun learning resources and toys
Toys are not just playthings to amuse your kids and keep them busy. They can be a great source of a fun learning experience.
Our wide range of educational playthings are great learning resources that will help your child recognise colours, improve their coordination, develop imagination, introduce them to the alphabet, numbers and much more.
What’s more aesthetic than classic wooden toys with bright, organic colours? Growing Kind’s wide educational range will perfectly complement your nursery. Our wooden toys are of heirloom quality and will last for generations. They might even take you back to your childhood with Waldorf dolls, pretend food, animals and kitchen sets.
Switch off from screen time and return to nature
In today’s day and age, with so much exposure to screens and batteries, it is important that this generation of learners are self-aware, mindful, competent and, most importantly, kind to mother nature.
Our main focus is to nurture your child’s holistic development. While supporting your kids, we also acknowledge and respect that families are their first teacher. We help to guide, support and educate families on the latest early childhood research.
A safe learning environment
Our eco range is 100% natural, made from organic wood and painted with safe, natural colours. They also comply with international safety standards.
So let us become a part of your sleep-deprived, caffeine-restricted, supervised toileting-trips, yet mindful journey to raise a beautiful little person.
Free convenient delivery
Have beautiful, educational products delivered right to your doorstep in recycled or reusable packaging with Growing Kind.
We offer free delivery on all orders over $200.
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