Babame are a shop and online retailer based in Northern
Ireland. Baba Me was established 15 years ago, with the initial idea to make
modern cloth nappies more accessible in Europe. Over the years they have
expanded their product range, including but not limited to wooden toys as well
as natural beauty and eco living products. Their aim is to be a one-stop
ethical, natural and eco-friendly shop for the entire family.
range. These high-quality wooden toys have won numerous awards for design and
will provide hours of educational fun and entertainment for your children. From
beautiful wooden baby rattles and baby gym to their iconic Victorian dollhouse
and doll furniture, there is a sustainable toy for everyone. These are
sustainable toys manufactured using waste rubberwood (left over from the rubber
tree industry) to make their toys, as well as using organic watercolour based
dyes to stain them. They’re then packaged in cardboard boxes printed with soy ink.
fine motor skills, coordination, language and math skills.
Also included is a pair of wooden pincers/tweezers to help pick up the bees and
put them in their coordinating hive.
out and is different from their normal toys they engaged straight away with it.
First counting how many bees there were, naming the colours, my son understood
what to do straight away. He picked up the tweezers and used them to grab the
bees by their wings and then put them into their hives.
that the hives could be arranged and stacked up, making a tall tower of hives
and then a flower pattern on the ground. There is such great variety in what
you can do with this toy, it encourages great imaginative play.
longer than I had imagined it would, and I would highly recommend it.
They seem to be a favourite and must have role play toy for most kids.
the sink with utensils in it and loads of plastic food.
This however is different it comes with two slices of bread,
ham, cheese, two onions, banana, cucumber, tomato and a plate.
sandwich with a banana on the side. She then carried it over to me telling me
she had made my lunch for work. This product is packaged in a cardboard box and
the pieces inside were in a brown paper bag, which my daughter used as a
and my daughter told me she took the onion out as she doesn’t like them. Although
this toy didn’t hold their attention for as long as the bee hives, it is still
a great toy that she has gone back to and played with on numerous occasions,
mainly when we have friends and family over as she enjoys making it for them.
that they are sustainable and all packaging can be recycled. I would highly recommend