Imagine & Inspire PlayBox

Regular price $149.00
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In the Imagine & Inspire PlayBox, you’ll find a great set of high quality play items. Our team of child education and psychology experts has carefully hand-picked each one especially to help encourage your 22-24-month-old’s development.

The PlayBox comes with a link to an information pack, which covers each item, what it is, and how to use it. Plus, we cover the developmental milestones to look out for.

As part of your PlayBox, you’ll also receive a digital PlayPack, filled with extra tips, tricks, and ideas for sensory play. 

The Imagine & Inspire PlayBox includes:

  1. '100 First Things to Know' Book
  2. Colour Stacking Tree
  3. Exploration Blocks
  4. Cutting Fruit Wooden Board 

We also include a complimentary PlayBag to keep all your items safe and sound.

Want all the play, without all the packaging? Check out our PlayLite Playbox option below.

'100 FIRST THINGS TO KNOW' BOOK

100 carefully curated, useful things that will stimulate your toddler's natural curiosity about the world around them. Help your little one learn important vocabulary and build knowledge with this first word and picture book. Cleverly designed to inform and entertain, 100 First Things to Know takes your little one on an exciting learning adventure. As they point to the pictures and say the words, children can soon recognise colours, shapes, and patterns, count to 10, learn about life cycles, and name weathers and seasons. They will also be introduced to words from the worlds of art, music, maths, and science.

Part of an award-winning first word book series that mixes engaging, real-life photos with entertaining illustrations.

  • Size: 28cm x 28cm
  • Material: Board book 
  • Detail: 16 pages. 7 January 2020. Published by DK Children's.
  • Main development areas: Speech and Language, Cognitive, Social and Emotional

FRUIT CHOPPING PUZZLE

Who wants a piece of apple? Let your little one enjoy cutting fruits! The fruit puzzles feature realistic designs and are innovatively designed with touch fasteners that can be easily cut by the included serrated wooden knife. A cutting board is also included. An incredible resource for imaginative role-playing and working on fine motor skills!

  • Size: 22cm x 15cm x 7cm
  • Material: Made of sustainably sourced wood and non-toxic paint
  • Detail: Contains 1 x Cutting Fruit Set. Consists of 7 fruits, 1 cutting knife and 1 cutting board.
  • Main development areas: Cognitive, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Social and Emotional

STACKING TREE

Invite your child to practice stacking sorting and grasping with this stackable tree. Learn to sort the wooden pieces by colour and size and challenge your little one to stack the tree faster and faster each time! This unique and educational toy will look great in any playroom.

  • Size: 14cm x14cm x 22cm
  • Materials: Made using sustainable rubberwood and finished with non-toxic water-based paint.
  • Detail: For 2 years + due to small parts
  • Main development areas: Cognitive, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Social and Emotional

EXPLORATION BLOCKS

This set of 12 wooden shapes is designed to stimulate your little one's senses, with different colours, patterns and surfaces on the blocks to intrigue and delight. Little hands will love shaking, touching and examining each piece, developing their senses of sight, hearing and touch. For easy storage, the shapes slot together like a puzzle into a small wooden tray, so they can be kept safe for the next learning session.

  • Size: 33cm x 33cm x 7cm
  • Material: Eco-friendly wood and non-toxic paint
  • Detail: Set of 12 blocks with wooden storage tray 
  • Main development areas: Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Cognitive
    Want all the play, without too much packaging? 
    Introducing PackLite PlayBox
    Use the code PACKLITE at the checkout to get your PlayBox sent in pared-back packaging. And with $10 off, it’s a win for the world and for your wallet. 
    Please note, the PackLite PlayBox promotional code cannot be used in conjunction with another discount.

    What payment types do you accept?
    Visa, Mastercard, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Shop Pay

    How much does shipping cost?
    PlayLogy is based in Auckland. 

    North Island - $6.00

    South Island - $8.00                                                                                    

    Rural shipping - $12.00

    Free shipping on all orders over $150.

    When will my PlayBox arrive?
    All PlayLogy orders are shipped on the next business day. PlayBoxes will usually arrive (and the fun can start!) in 2-5 business days.

    How do I return or exchange my PlayBox?
    We want both you and your baby to be totally happy with your PlayBox. If there’s a problem with yours, please contact us on Hello@PlayLogy.co.nz. We accept returns in their original packaging, within 14 days of purchase. Just let us know your order number and your reason for returning your PlayBox. Any notes of damaged goods need to be sent to us within 7 days of receiving your PlayBox.
     
    Where you do you deliver?
    We deliver anywhere in New Zealand.
     
    Do you ship internationally?
    We currently don’t ship outside of New Zealand. If you’re not in New Zealand and you really want a PlayBox, send us an email and we’ll see what we can do.
     


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    The same level of love and care in every PlayBox.

    Expert-chosen

    All our PlayBoxes have been created in collaboration with experts in early childhood education and child psychology.

    Baby-safe

    All PlayLogy educational toys follow New Zealand safety regulations (AU/NZS ISO 8124), and are made from baby-friendly materials. We make a conscious effort to choose baby toys that are ethically made, and have a low impact on the environment.

    Fun-filled

    Playtime is better enjoyed together. So our PlayBoxes are fun, interactive, and made for both baby and parents to love.

    “Heightening your baby’s interest and curiosity through stimulating play and activities, helps your baby’s brain build new neural pathways.”

    - Annette Henderson, PhD, Early Learning Expert