Your child's safety is our first priority. When selecting our products we only buy from reputable companies who share our commitment to putting safe, high quality toys in the hands of your children. Our products meet or exceed all current laws and regulations governing juvenile products. With daily email updates from the CPSC we are able to react expediently to any recalls, pulling toys from our shelves and notifying our customers as necessary.
Helpful tips for buying safe toys:
Be a label reader. Look for toy labels that give age and safety recommendations and use that information as a guide. Select toys to suit the age, abilities, skills and interest level of the intended child.
Look for sturdy construction, such as tightly-secured eyes, noses and other potential small parts.
For all children under 8, avoid toys that have sharp edges and points.
Magnets – For children under age six, avoid building sets with small magnets. If swallowed, serious injuries and/or death can occur.
Small Parts – For children younger than age three, avoid toys with small parts, which can cause choking.
Ride-on Toys – Riding toys, skateboards and in-line skates go fast and falls could be deadly. Helmets and safety gear should be sized to fit.
Projectile Toys – Projectile toys such as air rockets, darts and sling shots are for older children. Improper use of these toys can result in serious eye injuries. Try and limit your selection to one with blunt foam tips.
Immediately discard plastic wrappings on toys before they become dangerous play things.