The Investigator Play Kit is designed to support your child’s emerging executive functioning. Sound fancy? It’s definitely an important part of your two-year-old’s development, and, as always, we’re going to make it fun for you and your family.
We practice the critical skills of executive functioning—control, organization, thinking creatively, and paying attention—for our entire lives. The Playthings in the Investigator Play Kit expose and cultivate these skills, giving your child a head start with time management, goal completion, and collaboration.
Soon you’ll receive innovative Playthings that are tailor-made to help your child pay close attention, persist, stretch their working memory, and not only navigate but also manage big feelings. As always, we hope you use this Play Kit to play, learn, and connect. Every moment is an opportunity for joy and growth.
The Play Guide provides endless learning resources for you and your little one: make the most of each Plaything, explore more ideas for at-home activities, and understand your child’s behavior through an expert’s eyes.
The Investigator Play Kit
Twist & Pivot Pattern Puzzle
It’s harder than it looks—how DO the pieces come off?
Match & Tap Hammer Box
Whack, bang, bash, and wallop the pegs in while matching colors
Is it the same amount of water? Look at liquids changing shape in early STEM activities
Countdown Color Timer
Take some of the frustration out of transitions by watching the colors disappear
Things That Move Memory Game
Match buses, trucks, and planes while remembering where they are
Jump-In Eco Hoops & Organic Cotton Bean Bags
Hop, toss, and jump your way into gross motor development
‘The Play Date’ Board Book
Learn how to play with a peer
Play Guide for Months 31, 32, 33
Ways to play, expert tips, development information, and at-home activity ideas during months 31, 32, and 33
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‘How Can I Help?’ Board Book
This playful rhyming book helps your child see that helping to clean up, saying please and thank you, and practicing good table manners feels good because it builds great relationships with people around us.
‘This is Not Your First Book’ Board Book
Before a child learns to read, they need to become familiar with ‘print concepts.’ This playful book points out how much your child knows about reading even before they start.
Learn about Book Bundles, more Lovevery stories for, and inspired by, your growing child.
31 - 33 Months
Welcome to The Investigator Play Kit for months 31-33
Watch Lovevery CEO Jessica Rolph introduce the Investigator Play Kit for months 31 to 33 of your toddler's life.
31 - 33 Months
How to set up an obstacle course for your two-year-old
An obstacle course, indoors or out, is a great way for your child to develop gross motor skills like walking on tiptoes and jumping with both feet.
31 - 33 Months
When do children learn to tell time?
Routines, sequences, and using time-related words all lay the groundwork for your child’s developing understanding of time.