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Early Learning Kits (0 - 2 years)

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0 - 2 years


Nurture your baby’s desire to learn


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Early Learning Kits


Innovative toys and educational activities for babies, designed to stimulate early learning-through-play and brain development.

How it works

  • Select your child’s age to determine a starting point

  • Choose a plan that fits your child’s needs

  • Receive your kit every two months

What’s in your kit?

Select your child’s age to see what educational baby toys they will get.

Look. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about learning through looking. Your newborn baby will enjoy looking at high-contrast images, as well as your face.

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Smile. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about learning through interacting with you. Your child will enjoy playing with you in different positions, like tummy time or on your lap.

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Sense. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about using our senses to learn about the world around us. Your child will love to look at, touch, and mouth everything.

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Search. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about developing your child’s sense of curiosity about things in their environment. They will enjoy grabbing and mouthing things to explore them.

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Move. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about your child’s first attempts at moving, whether that’s scooting, crawling, or standing. They will also love experimenting with cause-and-effect.

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Dream. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about introducing simple problem-solving challenges to your child, such as using a peg puzzle and shape sorter.

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Speak. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about developing your child’s receptive language skills. They will love to babble, gesture, and speak gibberish with you.

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Trek. Play. Learn.

This kit is for your little trekker who can now stand and take steps. They will enjoy exploring and trying new things.

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Point. Play. Learn.

This kit is for your little communicator who can now say a few words. They will love learning with you and pointing to get your attention.

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Build. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about hands-on learning and learning about concepts. Your child will be introduced to simple STEAM concepts through play.

Think. Play. Learn.

This kit is an introduction to more academic concepts like the alphabet and numbers. Your child will build a solid foundation for future learning.

Grow. Play. Learn.

This kit is all about inspiring confidence in your child. They are beginning to build a sense of self and are ready to take on new challenges.

Learning objectives

  • Cognitive

    Stimulate visual development by using black and white images, and high-contrast colors.

  • Social and Emotional

    Spend face-to-face time with primary caregivers to build a healthy attachment.

  • Physical

    Stretch out and strengthen key muscle groups like the core and neck.

  • Language

    Begin to build the neural architecture for language development through interacting with others.

  • Cognitive

    Discover how to use their hands to grasp, touch, and explore objects.

  • Social and Emotional

    Engage in back-and-forth interactions with their caregivers to build a healthy bond.

  • Physical

    Reach for, bat at, and attempt to grasp objects within reach, and begin doing tummy time.

  • Language

    Make a variety of vocalizations that resemble vowel sounds like 'eeee', 'oooo', 'aahh' and more.

  • Cognitive

    Begin to explore containment, which is the act of taking things out of and putting things into containers.

  • Social and Emotional

    Begin to engage in simple social interactions with familiar people, and will enjoy looking at faces.

  • Physical

    Work on coordinating hand and arm movements to achieve actions like pulling and shaking.

  • Language

    Continue to coo and vocalize, and begin to babble with sounds like 'dada', 'gaga', and more.

  • Cognitive

    Engage in all kinds of sensory play, and begin to develop an understanding of cause-and-effect.

  • Social and Emotional

    Build self-confidence through independent exploration.

  • Physical

    Explore different ways of grasping, like the pincer grasp, and ways of moving like scooting and crawling.

  • Language

    Develop receptive language skills through storytelling, activities, and listening to people talk.

  • Cognitive

    Explore cause-and-effect, which is the idea that their actions have an effect on their surroundings.

  • Social and Emotional

    Begin to explore and understand daily routines, such as when to eat, play, and sleep.

  • Physical

    Encourage crawling to improve balance and coordination, and strengthen key muscles.

  • Language

    Learn to communicate in other ways, such as using baby sign language.

  • Cognitive

    Engage in early problem solving using trial-and-error to solve simple puzzles.

  • Social and Emotional

    Babble with different tones and inflections, especially when having a 'conversation' with someone.

  • Physical

    Manipulate objects using their hands by pulling, pushing, rotating, opening, and so on.

  • Language

    Begin to identify common objects, like 'ball' or 'dog', while continuing to babble with increasing complexity.

  • Cognitive

    Introduce color names to begin discriminating between different colors.

  • Social and Emotional

    Work on building confidence to explore independently, and ask for caregiver's help when needed.

  • Physical

    Work on bearing weight on both legs when standing, and cruising along furniture.

  • Language

    Begin to say one or two identifiable words mixed with babbling and gesturing.

  • Cognitive

    Introduce color and shape matching, which are important pre-numeracy and pre-math skills.

  • Social and Emotional

    Work on strategies for concentrating and self-regulating, especially when performing tasks.

  • Physical

    Practice walking independently while pulling a toy to improve balance and coordination.

  • Language

    Begin to follow simple one-step directions and requests, like 'can I please have a block?'

  • Cognitive

    Introduce the concept of numbers and counting to help develop number sense.

  • Social and Emotional

    Work on developing persistence to avoid frustration when attempting new tasks.

  • Physical

    Practice advanced motor skills, such as coordinating the pincer grasp with wrist and arm movements.

  • Language

    Use improved language skills to work on responding to questions and engaging in conversation.

  • Cognitive

    Work on abstract thinking, such as learning about new concepts and categories.

  • Social and Emotional

    Introduce dramatic play to help develop empathy and expressive language abilities.

  • Physical

    Improve manual dexterity through complicated tasks like unlocking locks and manipulating small objects.

  • Language

    Encourage the acquisition of new vocabulary through play and conversation

  • Cognitive

    Practice counting objects in a set to develop the understanding of one-to-one correspondence.

  • Social and Emotional

    Practice using objects in a variety of ways to develop imagination and pretend play skills.

  • Physical

    Develop prerequisite skills for writing such as grasping small objects and manipulating them with precision.

  • Language

    Work on using the correct nouns to refer to things, and practice following two-step directions.

  • Cognitive

    Learn about abstract concepts such as opposites, food groups, the weather, and more.

  • Social and Emotional

    Work on developing self-regulation skills through creating daily routines, and practicing self-expression.

  • Physical

    Practice advanced fine-motor skills such as stamping, scribbling, building, and so on.

  • Language

    Learn to clearly express thoughts and feelings with sentences as opposed to single-word phrases.

Developmental Necessities for 0 to 2

Each kit you receive builds off of the previous kit, providing everything your child needs during this crucial period of brain development.

Used in Real Classrooms with Real Results

Our kits are used in award-winning preschool Tutor Time Hong Kong’s Activity Group Program and in PlayLab: Concept.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

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Yvonne L.
Nice package and learning materials

The quality of the learning kit is quite nice and the instruction is easy to follow.
My baby loves it a lot.

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Meg T.
Early learning kit值得買

訂咗呢個program同小朋友玩,我覺得好值得買, 玩具做工好細緻,唔怕整親小朋友, 一整套設計都係跟成長發展指標去做,玩具與玩具之間有連結,可以一個玩或者成套玩都得,最緊要係有教學指南去教新手父母去點同小朋友玩,從中學習。所以我覺得家長可以考慮買,因為我真係覺得值得

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Oi W.L.
Good experience on early learning kits

Good design for baby to start learning different skills. I treasure the time to play with my baby using this learning kit

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Marion K.
8-10 mth kit

The quality of the toys are great and my baby loves playing with the bee launcher.

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Annie K.
生活化的主題和教材

教材能夠配合幼兒月齡需要,提升幼兒小肌肉能力,而且多以木製和布製成,比較耐用。而且顏色鮮艷,具吸引性。

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FAQ

Why do you deliver once every 2 months?

We found that children do not always change drastically within one month. Two months seems to be the optimal length for your child to fully grow into our toys and get the most out of them before needing new toys.

What results can I expect if I use your kits?

Regardless of where your child starts off when they begin using our kits, we have seen tremendous growth in children in as little as a week old. As long as they receive proper guidance, you will likely see tangible results within your two months of using a kit.

Are these kits for home-schooling?

We do not intend for these kits to be used as home-schooling materials. However, we do intend for children to learn-through-play while using our kits. If you are interested in a more structured program for your child which includes classes, feel free to explore the PlayLab: Concept.

Who are the experts who designed your kits?

We work closely with early childhood educators and child development professionals from a range of different backgrounds and fields of expertise. Most notably, we haved worked closely with Tutor Time International Nursery and Kindergarten to develop each kit. Our team of experts have more than 50 years of accumulated hands-on experience of working with young children. Learn more about us here.

What if my child is not reaching the milestones for their age group?

We include information about relevant milestones in each kit. If your child doesn't hit all of them, we recommend waiting a few weeks and trying again. In our experience, it's usually nothing to be concerned about since children develop at different rates. If you want more information about the best arrangement for your child, you can contact our experts at hello@learningtime.com.hk

My child was born prematurely or has a different developmental timeline. What kit should I start at?

Select a kit based on your child's adjusted birth date. If you're unsure, you can always contact us at hello@learningtime.com.hk