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What is Plantoys?

PlanToys is a Thai toy company that makes their products from, among other things, recycled rubber wood. Normally rubber trees that no longer produce latex would be burned, but now they are being upcycled into eco-friendly toys! Since 1981, this company has been working towards sustainable toys, based on their three pillars: sustainable materials, sustainable production methods and a sustainable world by paying attention to social initiatives. At PlanToys you are assured of:

  • Products free from toxins
  • Toys that exceed international safety standards
  • Manufactured with E-zero glue that is free from harmful substances
  • And with eco-friendly plant-based ink
  • You also support a climate-neutral company that contributes to reforestation, for example, 3,900 trees were planted last year!

Mom Made toys project

As a parent, we naturally want the best for our own children and it is even better if our purchase gives back to children worldwide. PlanToys decided to give back to its country of origin on its 30 th anniversary by starting the Mom-made toys project in Thailand. A new line of toys was designed for, and in consultation with the parents of, children with cerebral palsy, autism or a visual impairment. So that these children can also continue to develop through play, with toys tailored to their needs.

Stacking Figure – Sheep

Build your own cute Sheep with the PlanToys stackable Sheep. The flexible elastic back can be decorated with 5 beads and rings. Stack them with the corresponding colors, or let your child's creative side run wild and make a fantasy animal. Fun for the little ones from 2 years old!


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