Wooden Toys

Waldorf Toys, Arts + Crafts

Wooden Toys

Made to Last for Generations

Ostheimer Figures

Handmade Wooden Toys

Ostheimer Figures

Hand Crafted in Germany


Let's Play


Cooperative + Traditional Board Games

Classic Waldorf Dolls

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Classic Waldorf Dolls

Lovingly Handmade with Natural Materials

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Welcome to Bella Luna Toys

Hello, I'm Sarah Baldwin!

Upon the birth of my first child in 1992, my life changed irrevocably when I realized that children were meant to be my life's work. Prior to that, I had been pursuing a career as an actress, but at nearly the moment my son Harper was born, I experienced the profound spiritual transformation that comes when, suddenly, one puts another’s needs ahead of one’s own. I discovered my incredible love for children. Read More...

What Are Waldorf Toys?

When I am asked by a new acquaintance what I do for a living, I explain that I am a former Waldorf teacher and that I now I sell Waldorf toys. I am frequently met with a blank stare, in which case I know that more explanation is needed. I explain that the kinds of toys I sell are wooden, eco-friendly and organic toys. You know, “green toys.” This gives most people a better idea, but there is so much more to Waldorf toys than that.  Read More...

Sarah's Moon Child Blog

Indoor Play: Ideas for Keeping Kids Active & Screen-Free During Winter Indoor Play: Ideas for Keeping Kids Active & Screen-Free During Winter

To minimize the stress that can ensue from unplanned “snow days” or days when it’s too cold to play outside, here are a few ideas for keeping children screen-free and active indoors: Read More...

10 Benefits of Dress-Up Play 10 Benefits of Dress-Up Play

Children throughout the ages have enjoyed dressing up in costumes and engaging in dramatic roleplaying. Whether your child is a dragon, a princess, or a fairy, your child’s brain is going into high gear when she puts on a costume! Read More...

Celebrating Michaelmas Celebrating Michaelmas

Michaelmas (pronounced MI-kel-miss) was originally a Christian festival in Western Europe during the Middle Ages. It is the feast day of the archangel St. Michael, and is celebrated on the 29th of September each year. Read More...

Storytelling: The Heart of Waldorf Education Storytelling: The Heart of Waldorf Education

From a Parent-Toddler class through the grades, children in a Waldorf school are immersed in stories. Read More...

Myth Busting: How Reading Is Taught In A Waldorf School Myth Busting: How Reading Is Taught In A Waldorf School

Soon after I discovered Waldorf education, I had a conversation with a friend whose daughter, like my son, was approaching kindergarten age. Read More...