Moms and Dads, Power Your Child's Imagination with 100% Recycled Cardboard Rocket

Update July 26,2010 - Sad to say that this amazing company went out of business so my shop can no longer carry this amazing rocket.  :(


It is so important to not only model green living for our kids, but to also include them by offering them ways that they can participate in living a greener lifestyle.   When I found this recycled Rocket through my OpenSky Community I just fell in love with it.  When I did a bit more digging, and discovered that it is crafted and created by a really fun duo who have a sincere passion for their entire line of beautiful, functional and closed loop designs, I knew it was something I wanted to share.  I think this is really a fun way to spread the green message to our little ones. I remember how much fun I had as a kid when my brother and I would get our hands on a humungo box.  We could go anywhere with the power of our imagination.  Power your child's imagination with one of my favorite green picks for kids, with this 100% Recycled Cardboard Rocket Ship.  How cool is that? 

If you're like me and think this is cool enough to get some more information, shoot over to the Environmental Booty OpenSky Shop to get more info or pick one up for the little greenie in your life.

13 comments:

  1. Hello, I'm Nicole from ecofreek.com- a search
    engine for free and swap items. Our mission is to provide a
    means for people to find items they need while reducing
    landfill waste.

    We would much appreciate a review of our site or any
    feedback to help improve our service.

    Nicole Boivin
    nicole@ecofreek.com

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  2. The Paper pod Rocket is sound like unbelievable resource to give confidence role-play. We can easily decorate it both inside and out before zooming off to distant planets to enjoy their own space adventure.

    Best Regards,

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  3. Packaging Supplies, I think this is THE BEST imaginative play toy for young kids. Even my 13 year old thought it was cool.

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  4. OMG - I LOVE the little recycled rockets. I think I NEED to get one for my niece/nephew :D

    Thanks for the idea Shane!

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  5. This is a very good and healthy post i think. Good to write and share about. Have a great writing and have a great readership. Thanks...

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  6. Hi Danica, it really is a great way for kids to play and gain a little understanding about recycling. Hope all is well with you.

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  7. Hi Prav, I am glad you stopped by. Yes I am always trying to write about things that are good and healthy. Kind of the point around here. Hope you find your way back.

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  8. I think that this is a very healthy and nice post to read and share. Keep it up and have a nice posting and great readership...

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  9. What a fun idea! As a child, some of my best afternoons were spent creating imaginative games around discarded refrigerator boxes! The Recycled Cardboard Rocket promotes both creativity and green living. Thanks for sharing :)

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  10. Sharon, I still remember how much fun it was when we would get a new appliance that came with a huge box. This is a bit sturdier of course and will give a lot more hours of imaginative play. Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Your inspiring stories and excitement make me very jubilant about the future. Thank you for being you, please feel free to say hi sometime. :)

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