Learning Through Play
Research based play box tailored to your baby’s age and stage of development
A learning play box carefully curated by a former teacher. Perfect for babies 0-18 months, sent to your door every month.
How it Works
85% of your child's brain develops in the first 3 years.
What's the catch?
None, seriously! You can cancel at any time!
4-5 carefully curated playthings that are age appropriate so your baby
can learn through play. The box includes a range of sensory toys, wooden toys and a book. As well as detailed information about each item; reasons for selection, its benefits and ways to use it.
Our boxes have been thoroughly researched by experts, selecting the best toys at each developmental stage, this information has been summarised and included in each box.
In addition the retail value (RRP) of the boxes are worth more than what you pay for a box, so it would cost you more money!
Certainly, you can cancel anytime. It’s very simple!
To cancel, suspend or reactivate you subscription, you will need to:
- Go to your My Account > View Subscription page.
- Click the cancel, suspend or reactivate button which are displayed next to each active subscription.
We fully appreciate babies develop at different rates, hence why we hand pick open ended toys that will grow with your baby. In other words, they can be played in many different ways. Furthermore, we focus on creating an environment that promotes play, exploration and hands-on learning so your babies can learn at their own pace.
Above all, it is quality over quantity! Babies don’t need many toys, they just need quality toys that are versatile. We select toys that can be used in different ways and will grow with your baby. Our boxes contain sensory toys, wooden toys and a book.
Email our lovely support team at email@example.com and we will update our system to ensure all future boxes go to the new address.
Please get in touch before the 25th of the month to avoid delays.
The short answer is it ultimately depends on different situations, as there are many factors to consider. Having said that however, the vast majority of our subscribers prefer to use their baby’s due date rather than actual DOB.