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  • What are loose parts?
    Loose parts are open-ended materials such as boxes, blocks, rocks, toothpicks, pom poms, washers, spools... etc. They are any materials in a child's environment that they can move, manipulate, and transform in different ways while they play. Children can carry, combine, redesign, line up, take apart, and put loose parts back together in almost endless ways.
  • What are some benefits of tinkering play?
    There are lots of benefits to open-ended tinkering play! Here are just a few: - fosters creative thinking - promotes problem solving - builds resilience - strengthens fine and grow motor skills - enhances language development - stimulates imagination and - contributes to creating an innovation mindset
  • What ingredients are in the sensory play dough?
    Flour, salt, vegetable oil, cream of tartar, glycerin, food coloring
  • Can I return my order?
    Once your order has shipped all orders are final and we do not accept returns. If you have any problem with your order, please contact me at I aim for excellent experiences and am always happy to help.
  • Do you ship outside the US?
    At the moment, we are only shipping within the US.
  • When will my order ship?
    Orders ship in 3-7 business days.
  • What is the best age for the kits?
    The age range for the kits is between 3 and 8 years of age. When curating each kit, I aim to include play and tinkering opportunities that are differentiated and accessible to both younger and older kiddos. It’s amazing to watch how differently a 3-year-old and an 8-year-old play with the same kit and have an equally engaging and fun time. The younger ones may be interested in lining up and making patterns or creating imaginative playscapes. The older crowd can really shine bright with more complex contraption building and complicated storylines and creations.
  • How do we play with the kits?
    There is no right or wrong way to play! That’s part of the joy! Your child brings their own ideas and skill level to the tinkering and you get to watch and be amazed. ☺ You may find that tinkering alongside your kiddo is a great way to bond and to facilitate social play. Let your child take the lead and try your best not to correct or “fix” things that they create (I know it can be hard!), but this is them learning through doing, and it’s pretty powerful stuff.
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