My First Phone
Have a little one that loves to play with your phone? Give them our new non-toxic kid-friendly cell phone instead . . . with a magnifier screen and a colorful beaded dial pad, My First Phone, is the perfect way to reward your child's curiosity without giving up your own mobile. Designed to stimulate imaginative play, dexterity and cognitive skills this safe toy is made of sustainable and preservative-free rubber wood colored with natural water-based dyes coated in a non-toxic finish. Best for children 12 months and up.
To learn about our visit to the factory where this special toy was made, click here.
Toys like this one inspire children's imagination and help them to develop physically and intellectually. Babies and children can spend hours playing with (and chewing and sucking on!) their toys, so make sure you choose toys that are safe by investing in wood toys colored with natural dyes or organic plush toys instead of the usual plastic that clutters your home. If you must buy plastic, look for it to be BPA free, PVC free, and phthalate free. For more on the benefits of choosing an organic or wooden toy, see our Healthy Baby Guides.
- Age: 12 months +
- Dimensions: 0.8 x 2.5 x 4.3 inches
- Made of sustainable preservative-free rubberwood; natural water-based dyes coated with a non-toxic finish
- Manufactured in Thailand.
- All PlanToys are made from natural rubber wood trees, which are only cut down after they stop producing latex. They are assembled using a certified E-Zero formaldehyde-free glue in place of traditional toxic wood glue. Organic color pigments and water-based dyes are used—there are no chemical dyes containing lead or any other heavy metals. Read about our visit to this carbon-neutral company.
- Babies spend hours playing with their toys, which includes plenty of exploring by chewing and sucking on them! We only sell toys that are safe - like wood toys colored with natural dyes, organic plush toys, or plastics that are food-grade & free from toxic chemicals like BPAs, PVC, and phthalates. For more information, check out our Healthy Baby Guide to Toys.