Aldi's wooden toys: eco-friendly, expensive-looking... and from just £6.99

Yep, Aldi sells wooden toys! They're FSC-certified and way better for the environment than anything made from plastic – here are our favourites

Aldi wooden toys: ice cream stand being played with by two children
(Image credit: Aldi)

Aldi's new range of wooden toys has got us asking ourselves if there is anything that Aldi doesn't sell. So far, we're coming up with nothing... Ooooh! Camels. They don't sell them. Yet.

If you've recently taken your first steps to become more eco-friendly – maybe you've purchased a bamboo toothbrush, bought a shampoo bar or you're saying no to plastic-wrapped fruit and veg – Aldi can certainly help you along the way. Particularly in the toy department, thanks to the new range of gorgeous Aldi wooden toys.

Aldi's new(ish) delve into eco-friendly products sees the supermarket launch an entire collection of wooden toys, all of which are FSC-certified and suitable for children aged 12 months and above. This means that it's now possible to do your toy shopping at the same time as your food shopping, safe in the knowledge that you're minimising your impact on the planet.

What's on offer? Keep scrolling for the full collection, which includes everything from a mini kitchen to a dolls house, a baby walker and much more. Oh, to be a child again... Find inspiration for your child's room in our gallery of 27 clever kids' room ideas. Not sure where you're going to put all of these new wooden toys? We've got plenty of toy storage ideas

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Annie Collyer
Deputy Ecommerce Editor

Annie is our Deputy Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes, with her particular area of expertise being home fragrance (there isn't a candle out there that she hasn't lit in her home). She's our guru when it comes to what to buy, when — and also where. She has years of experience when it comes to finding deals — Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday or not — and she particularly loves finding a bargain. With some of her favorite homeware pieces coming from Amazon, she's always looking for budget-friendly alternatives and dupes, as well as eco-friendly products to help her on her recent journey to being more sustainable at home. There's nothing she loves more than her Pug, Doug, and a bargain thrift shop find (yes, she once thrifted a brand new Le Creuset pan). Next up on her to-do list at home: DIY crittall-style doors...