The world of play is one that is need of diversity. Black Owned Toy Companies are few and far between and we often have to beg the major companies to create products that represent us. We can change that by supporting the companies that we do have and allowing them to grow and expand their reach. If you don’t see a company here on this list that inspires you, give our directory a look by clicking here.
Puzzle Huddle is one of the more well known Black Owned companies when it comes to toys and kids items. They offer puzzles for toddlers to 1st graders that have inspiring images and messaging.
Puzzle Huddle isn’t the only Black owned company making puzzles for children. A+X Puzzles has their own line of puzzles to aid in the mental development of young children while reinforcing positive black messages.
Cubby Love Bears are a toy line that was created to help children with their language development. This isn’t just for English though, Cubby Love Bears are bilingual and teach Spanish as well.
Barbie who? The Fresh Dolls is a toy line that offers up both fashion and Toddler dolls you can order now. They were just acknowledged in Oprah’s favorite things for 2020.
Harper Iman Dolls are slightly more collectible than some you might buy for a toddler, however each of these unique dolls is soft enough for the smallest child to hug and hold. They are hand made and limited in quantity but they make a lot of varieties and have the schedule listed on their site for you to check.
Squishy Boos are fun little collectible toys that are soft and sweet smelling. They are great for stress relief and concentration. These make a great little stocking stuffer or gift for under ten bucks.
Blue Studios offers fun science and stem kits for kids. The kits come with everything for the experiments as well as activity and story books that incorporate the lessons. You also get access to their app which has even more great lessons to keep your kids engaged.