Welcome to The Little Sensory Box

Home of the award winning Baby's First Year Subscription Package.

Here at The Little Sensory Box, we are passionate about supporting your child to learn and grow through the power of play. We are a small family run business who take pride in providing only the best toys and resources suitable for the early years that are perfect for encouraging development, fostering imagination, and igniting their little senses.

We stock a wide range of sensory, wooden and developmental toys and resources suitable for baby's and small children.

Baby's First Year Subscription Package | NEWBORN

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Sometimes it can be overwhelming searching for the ideal toys to stimulate your baby - right?

Well it doesn't have to be...

Let us take that overwhelm feeling away with our award winning Baby's First Year Subscription.

The Baby’s First Year subscription is a quarterly series of four play boxes, carefully curated to provide all the toys and resources needed to stimulate your baby's senses from 0-12 months and beyond.

Each box is bursting with age-appropriate kit and comes complete with a downloadable play and development guide tailored to baby’s next milestones. We only select open-ended pieces that complement one another and are built to last – in terms of both quality and play potential.

Little Stories Mono Wooden Stacking Rainbow

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Your little one will play for hours stacking these mono coloured rainbow shapes whilst encouraging their physical development and growing their motor skills and coordination.

This wooden rainbow stacking toy by Little Stories also teaches early colour recognition making it a perfect gift for any 1st birthday that will be a favourite toy for many years to come.

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Small World Play - Guest Blog by Emily Ashworth

Small World Play - Guest Blog by Emily Ashworth

What is small world play?

Small world play is creating a real scene for children to play with, such as a farm or jungle.  This acts as an open invitation to play allowing children to act out stories or scenes.

Read TLSB Brand Rep Emily Ashworth's blog all about small world play.

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