Ethical Gift Guide: Kiddies

Nov 29, 2018

Nobody believes in the magic of Christmas quite like children. Spending time with them can take a season that I already love and make it even more special. It’s the only day you’ll get me out of bed with a smile on my face before 7am, ready to watch them absolutely loose their minds when they see what Father Christmas has left just for them.

Luckily, I’ve got a family full of kiddies. I’ve got a younger sister who is 7, a God Daughter who is 5 and my Mum is a foster carer who is currently looking after three young boys. So, I get to see my fair share of little excited faces!

This year, whilst buying all of their presents, I’ve tried my best to be a bit more ethically conscious. After all, they’re bound to get mountains of brightly coloured plastic over the festive season. Whilst I certainly haven’t bought 100% of my presents as completely zero-waste and sustainably sourced, I have tried my best.

Here are some of things I found along the way that have strong ethical values, without loosing any of the “fun”.

Scroll to the bottom of this post for my ethical symbols key, so that you can align your gift choices with what matters most to you.

1. Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Marie Curie books

2. Woodland Fairy Crown and Flower Wand

3. Fabelab Cuddly Pencil Case

4. Divine Fairtrade Milk Chocolate Coins

5. Pirate Hat and Swashbuckling Red Beard 

6. Organic Modelling Clay

7. Vegan Crayons 

8. Reversible Forest Leaves Crown

9. How to Help and Hedgehod and Protect a Polar Bear 

10. Candy Stripe Organic Backpack

11. Felt Schnauzer

12. Crayon rocks

13. Wooden World Puzzle

14. Kite Space Sloth PJs 


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