The Turning One Kit
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Turning one is not only a reason for birthday celebrations, it also marks an important milestone in your child’s development. This kit celebrates both of these occasions with toys and activities that encourage fine-motor development, problem-solving skills, and even a textured book about turning one. Suitable for 9 to 16 months.
✅ Learn about cause and effect
✅ Introduction to containment and object permanence
✅ Practice fine-motor skills
✅ Begin early pretend play
Materials and care
Our items are made with a combination of durable beech wood, tea wood, 100% food-grade silicone, and various baby-safe fabrics and dyes.
For wooden items: Wipe with a damp cloth
For silicone items: Wash with water and soap
For fabric items: Hand wash and hang dry (unless otherwise specified)
All of our toys are tested against the ISO8124 Safety of Toys standards by certified testing labs. Click here for more information on the content of the safety tests
What's inside this kit?
Today is my Birthday Set
Celebrate your child's first birthday with a rhyming sensory book that introduces different emotions and a cuddly sloth plush for pretend play. (Plush: 22x12x26cm. Book: 15.6x1.6x18.6 cm)
Push the platform to see the pegs tumble out, then use fine-motor skills to put them back in. (15.4x9.3x12.5cm)
Pick and Pluck
A Montessori-inspired toy that helps your baby practice three key grasping techniques for fine-motor development. (9.8x7.9x7.8cm)
Nest them, stack them, use them as snack bowls, then take them to the bath for water play. (Stacked: 10.9x10.3x5.5cm)
Learn about 'containment' with our age-appropriate and flexible shape sorter. The perfect toy for curious little hands. (11x11x11.5cm)
Celebrate the milestone of turning one and all the exciting developments that come with it. Use it to record the precious memories from this stage.
Exciting milestones from 9 to 16 months
Train manual dexterity
As your baby explores the toys in this kit, they will have the chance to practice skills like rotating their wrists, coordinating their arms and hand movements, and using their pincer grasp.
Experiment with cause-and-effect
Cause-and-effect describes how our actions (cause) have an effect on the environment. For example, what happens when you push the platform of the Pushing Pegs toy? The pegs tumble out!
Discover the importance of emotions
How do you feel on your birthday? Or when you’ve fallen down? Get early exposure to emotions and pretend-play with the Today is my Birthday Set.
Learn about containment
Containment is the concept that objects can be contained in something else. For example, the shape blocks can be contained inside the Shape Container, but water cannot be contained because the container has holes.
See inside this kit
I purchased the Newborn Kit for my baby and it surpassed my expectations - the sensory toys have already become a big part in my baby's early development. The vibrant colours, contrasting patterns, and different textures were really stimulating and engaged my baby's attention. The textures on the toys and objects also encouraged touch and exploration.
Cannot recommend this newborn kit enough!
My son enjoys looking at his reflection through the mirror, as it helps to promote tummy time. It's developmental appropriate to help baby reach it's milestone!
My baby enjoys reaching out to the sea creature toys as it creates pleasant sound whenever he reaches it.