Under the Nile Organic Watermelon
Under the Nile Watermelon is made of 100% Egyptian cotton. It is great as a grabbing toy, for teething, and for pretend play. Collect all Under the Nile organic fruits and vegetables.
Watch a video interview Dr. Alan Greene - pediatrician, author of 4 books including the recently published "Raising Baby Green" and professor at Stanford University School of Medicine - discussing healthy, green alternatives for your baby. >Under the Nile organic fruits and vegetables appear about 3 minutes into the segment.
Pretend play gives children opportunities to explore different settings in a safe and supportive setting. It helps your child to try out real life situations or imitate different kinds of dialogue, which help develop their vocabulary and linguistic skills. For example, Under the Nile Organic Watermelon can be a great way for children to simulate healty eating habits and for you to discuss what this means. As simple characters, Tomato, Carrot and the rest of the veggie pals can help your child discover and explore new settings like a garden or a grocery store. By taking part in pretend play, your child is stimulated intellectually and is encouraged to explore and develop his or her creativity.
Made Of / Made In
Under the Nile Organic Watermelon is made of 100% organic Egyptian cotton under fair labor practices intended to help reverse proverty in rural Egypt. Made in Egypt.
Manufacturer / Safety Compliance
Under the Nile is a manufacturer of organic toys and apparel. It is a proud participant of the 13-Villages-Project - a SEKEM initiative to reverse poverty and its causes in rural Egypt. The stuffed organic fruits and vegetable collection is made exclusively through this program. Under the Nile organic toys are certified through the National Organic Program standard and contain no harmful chemicals. They have passed ASTM safety standards.
Janice Masoud, President of Under the Nile, joined the 13-Villages-Project to help bring about positive economic change to poverty-stricken rural areas of Egypt. As a member of the Project, Under the Nile trains and provides meaningful work to talented women villagers who otherwise could not leave their homes due to family obligations. The women are given fair wages for their labor. Through this effort, the 13 villages are beginning to see the fruits of their labor through new economic opportunities, better living conditions, free health care, and a sense of great pride by the quality of their work.
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