eco-kids started as a family run business that produces all natural art supplies. It began simply, as all good things do, with the molding dough recipe Cammie’s mom made for her as a child. After incorporating natural ingredients into the recipe, the dough was transformed into eco-dough, rich in color, soft in texture, with a delicate aroma like no other. In 2008 Cammie and Kip began selling it at farmers markets. From there, Eco-kids evolved.
This woman owned business lives by the mantra — creative play the natural way. Products are developed with this belief in mind. From using non-toxic, natural ingredients to the unique packaging, Eco-kids works with environmentally friendly companies from around the United States to bring you fresh ideas in the world of art supplies.
The kids test and ensure the art supplies are fun to play with — after all, that’s what it’s all about.
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I bought these as a last minute Easter gift for my daughter and when they arrived I couldn’t even wait for the Easter bunny to bring them! I ended up opening them right away, and we colored the patio together as a family. These are a lot of fun, I definitely recommend them to anyone considering chalk as a gift for any occasion
I got these for my 19-month old and she uses them all the time. The shape is easy to hold and the colors are great. They come in an egg-like carton which makes storage easy and neat. When my daughter gets excited and throws the chalk, it doesn’t break. I will definitely buy these again.
These chalk eggs are adorable and great for small hands. Unlike, stick chalk, the egg shape makes it easy for small hands to put pressure on them with out breaking! Highly recommended for toddlers.
These egg shaped sidewalk chalks were a perfect fit for my grandson‘s little toddler fists. Have handy wipes ready!
My grandson loves these! He is two so he enjoys working on his letters and numbers on the driveway with these.