Now that your baby can confidently do tummy time, they will be doing a lot more reaching, grasping, and mouthing as they learn about the world around them. In this kit, we provide materials and toys with many opportunities for sensory play and discovery.
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This wooden magnet board gives your baby a chance to practice their pincer grasp using baby-safe magnet and felt pieces. It can also be used for open-ended play in a year or so once your baby learns to engage in pretend play.
Modeled after Montessori grasping blocks, these wooden blocks train the three important grasping methods: the palmar grasp, the crude pincer grasp, and the neat pincer grasp.
Peeling Food Board
Inspired by a chopping block, the food pieces stick to the Velcro board, allowing your baby to practice their fine motor skills as they peel and stick repeatedly.
We couldn’t find a baby-safe sensory bag, so we made our own. This double-sealed and water tight bag allows your baby to safely explore liquids, materials, and so on. There are so many things you can put in a sensory bag for sensory play!
Biscuit and Bucket Bath Toy
This spongy biscuit and plastic bucket is the perfect bath time toy. Your baby can practice pouring, dumping, and squeezing using this toy.
I’m a Biscuit Textured Book
This adorable board book tells a simple story of a biscuit that’s unhappy with its texture. Your baby can touch and explore the different textures as you read.
For Parents Only Guides
This guide contains easy-to-follow activity guides and detailed developmental information about your 6 to 8 month baby. Try out these learning activities or play in your own way, and keep track of your baby’s milestones throughout their first years.
Explore this kit for your 6-8 month old