Health Hazards of Solvent Glues Commonly used for Building R2

I'm posting the following information so that R2 Builders, particularly ones that are involvong younger children, are aware of the potential hazards of the cements typically used.
I can't recommend  anything. I'm posting these links so you can educate yourself and make a decision about what's best for your build.

SciGrip Recommends #4807 for styrene, but it's only available in 1gal cans. and it's fumes are hazardous.
The widely used #3 and #16 are available in 4oz cans and small tubes but their fumes are also hazardous.
the following links point to SciGrip web pages. You can download Technical Data Sheets and MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) for each product there.
4807 - http://www.scigrip.com/product.php?id=41
0016 - http://www.scigrip.com/product.php?id=16
0003 - http://www.scigrip.com/product.php?id=14

One Non-toxic alternative is Limonene based cement. The plastic kit vendors are all offering products.

There are a couple of postings in the forum about them.
http://astromech.net/forums/showthread.php?6619-A-word-of-warning-about-Weld-On-adhesive!!-Please-read/page2&highlight=4807
http://astromech.net/forums/showthread.php?27499-Zerofail-Styrene-Astromech-Build

it points to two non toxic cements by tamiya and testors
http://www.tamiya.com/english/products/87113limonene_cement/index.htm
http://www.tamiya.com/english/products/87134limonene_cement/index.htm
I don't have a current source for the tamiya msds

testors 3527c
http://www.testors.com/product-catalog/testors-brands/testors/adhesive/cement/
http://www.testors.com/pages/find-a-product?mode=msds&sku=3527c
for the msds

plastruct has a cement also
http://plastruct.com/technical-info/
that page has both info on teh cements and their MSDS's

you might want to test the Limonene based cements on some scrap styrene. I have no experience with them.
also, in comparison to the sci-grip adhesives all of the non-toxic ones are very expensive