Luke's Toy Factory recently launched a line of educational, sustainable children's toys. The toys are manufactured in Danbury, Connecticut and are made from upcycled and organic products such as coconut shells, flax fiber, rice hulls, maple sawdust, and walnut shells. Each key product gives the toys a distinct color and also ensure durability and resilience.
The educational toys were the winner of the prestigious Learning Magazine Teacher's Choice Award in the Preschool Category. The toys are aimed at children's 3 years or older and help children develop motor skills and critical problem-solving skills. The line consists of various types of trucks that can be disassembled and reassembled.
Luke's Toy Factory plans to continue making more sustainable products and to expand its product line.