It won't be easy - but we're going China-Free this Christmas. I've started to collect resources and I'm happy to share my finds - please let me know if you know of any other online shops or websites that have ideas on how to avoid China-made toys.
Angry Chicken's 'not made in china' post is pretty much perfect.
Sign the petition.
Playmobil - Made in Germany. I used to love Playmobil when I was little. Thankfully, they're still around.
Etsy Toys - There's plenty of unique, one-of-a-kind handmade toys - and you buy directly from the artist. Awesome!
Step2 - It looks like most of their products are made in the US, but check the box - they do have a factory in Korea.
Oompa - Has a "Made in Europe" shop
Kettler - Awesome toys made in Germany, including their famous trykes.
Green Toys - Toys are made from corn plastic (wait...corn?)
American Plastic Toys - If you're getting tired of wood and felt...
Maple Landmark Woodcraft - Made in Vermont
Maukilo has a great Haba store (HABA makes all its toys in Germany)
Rody - We love our Rody Pony! Gymnic Rody and bouncy balls are made in Italy and can be found all over the internet.