I’m not sure I’ve ever written a post about Lovevery Playkit subscription boxes before, but here we are! If you’re unfamiliar with the brand, they sell subscription based playkits for babies, toddlers and beyond.
A disclaimer to let you know – my boys have received these boxes as PR samples/gifts from the brand. However, they do not know I’m writing on my blog about them (the requirements were to post on IG).
Lovevery is a stage-based play for your child’s developing brain and helps facilitate development and motor skills. Hence why there are many age appropriate, fun and educational toys sorted into two to three months age groups based on your child’s age.
Currently it’s only offered as a subscription box, and I hope eventually they can sell just a box at a time if one wants to gift another person a Lovevery box (subscription starts at $36 a month and solo kits start at $80). They’re truly fantastic little presents. The items bebs got in his box are unreal. Well made, thought-out, and are structurally sound for toddlers…if you know what I mean. Bebs can hammer away at his little hammer/nail set he got and it’s pretty much indestructible.
There’s no doubt that the Lovevery montessori style subscriptions are carefully curated including beautifully crafted pieces for your children to play with.
Here are a few examples of their playkits in action.
Bebs playing with one of his favourite stand-out Lovevery gifts from the Free Spirit Play Kit, geared towards toddlers aged 34, 35, 36 mths old. It’s a camper van like his friend (except his friends is a real one..that his parents drive.. obviously lol). It comes with some wooden people, tiny sleeping bags, a fold-up tent, and a set of keys to lock the doors on the camper van! Incredible right? The designers who come up with these toys at Lovevery are just fantastic. Everything is so well done and thoughtfully curated, especially for those tiny toddler hands.
These toys are designed to keep your child’s attention and learn while they’re at it. Grabbing tiny pieces of paper, dipping a little brush in some glue and stamping it down? Fine motor skills right there. Finding out how to make the toy balance and what happens when you add his toy cars to the bucket? He calls it a see saw ….I mean you’re not wrong buddy.
Another top contender for the most-played with item. The Super Sustainable Sink With Bio-Based Cups and Plates – “They can run the water for hours without it going down the drain”. He requests to play with this one multiple times a week.
If your budget allows, Lovevery is a great gift for children. Considering the toys are high quality and a lot of them are made of wood so they’re made to last for multiple children, or give as hand-me-downs to neighbour kids when your child is done with them.
Thanks for making exceptional play kits.