Holiday gift giving to the kids can be the most fun — or the most nerve-racking: Yes, it is quite possible little Jimmy would throw your gift on the floor and stamp it to pieces if he didn’t like it.
Which is why you need our comprehensive gift guide: From a sleek wooden pedal-less bike to adorable candy-stripped reusable diapers, vegan chalk safe to chow down on, a butterfly kit and more, find the perfect gift for kids of all ages, from infants to tweens, here.
Don’t know how I missed this list last year.
Clocking in at #10 on their “green” Christmas list is the ever popular “Ask the Planet” CD to help your little ones connect with nature. Or something along those lines:
Biomimicry isn’t exactly a topic known to make children excited — unless it’s combined with hit songs sung by kids and the likes of Ani DiFranco, Bruce Cockburn, Brandi Carlile, Dar Williams, Erin McKeown, Laura Love, Bill Harley, and Bill Sims, Jr.
Produced by Biomimicry 3.8, “Ask the Planet” by the Missoula Coyote Choir and Friends helps connect kids with nature with tracks like “Get Out,” I Want to Be Like a Tree,” No Such Thing as Garbage,” and more.
The CD is the winner of Parents’ Choice Award, Creative Child Preferred Choice Award and iParenting Media Best Product Award
Really, a track titled No Such Thing as Garbage? The CD sounds like it’s garbage.
Little Jimmy would be much happier with this train set:
“And fire this I.R.B.M. launcher.”
Give that train set to your ‘favorite’ hard-core environmentalists relatives children and watch their heads explode.