40 - 42 Months

Welcome to The Storyteller Play Kit for months 40-42

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At age 3, most children understand the basics of storytelling—how to create and organize a sequence of events around characters. At first, they learn to chronicle life experiences such as a trip to the doctor. Creative storytelling typically comes next. 

Encouraging your 3-year-old to tell stories is one of the best things you can do to promote: 

  • brain development
  • language skills
  • emotional intelligence
  • social awareness
  • self-expression
  • creativity 

Inside our Storyteller Play Kit, you’ll find a Puppet Theater and Puppet Set designed to help spark your child’s imagination and bring their tales to life. Also in this kit, the Letter Sounds Animal Puzzle is a fun and low-pressure way to introduce pre-literacy concepts. Made for 3-year-old hands, the Squeeze & Spray Mop can be used for Montessori practical life activities that improve coordination, independence, and a sense of responsibility. 

Be sure to check out Play Guide, which is filled with developmental insight and ideas to help you make the most of your child’s new learning toys—along with fun DIY activities including self portraits, obstacle courses, and much more.

What’s Inside
The Storyteller Play Kit

Easy Connect Fort Set

Easy Connect Fort Set

24 dowels, 8 corner brackets, 12 sleeves, and 6 clips to create endless combinations for pretend play

Puppet Theater & Fort Covers

Puppet Theater & Fort Covers

Create a cozy space for your child—or put on a show! (Shown with Easy Connect Fort Set)

Storytelling Puppet Set With Changing Emotion Eyes

Storytelling Puppet Set With Changing Emotion Eyes

Explore emotions through play

Squeeze & Spray Mop

Squeeze & Spray Mop

Just like the adults—and sized just right to fit their hands and height

Letter Sounds Animal Puzzle

Letter Sounds Animal Puzzle

Build early literacy skills with 26 letters and word sounds

‘Adela Comes Home’ Book

‘Adela Comes Home’ Book

A touching coming-of-age story that explores the meaning of home

Get Started Guide

Get Started Guide

Visual instructions for the Easy Connect Fort Set for your independent 3-year-old

Play Guide for Months 40, 41, 42

Play Guide for Months 40, 41, 42

Ways to play, expert tips, development information, and at-home activity ideas during months 40, 41, and 42

Add the Book Bundle
to The Storyteller Play Kit

Easy to add to your current Play Kit Subscription
or to a new Play Kit Subscription

  • ‘The Naming Ceremony’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘The Naming Ceremony’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘The Naming Ceremony’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘The Naming Ceremony’ Hardcover Book

‘The Naming Ceremony’ Hardcover Book

Haley’s family is overjoyed to honor their 3-year-old daughter with a delayed Simchat Bat. But just as Haley receives her Hebrew name, her beloved stuffed penguin goes missing.

  • ‘Honored to Help’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘Honored to Help’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘Honored to Help’ Hardcover Book
  • ‘Honored to Help’ Hardcover Book

‘Honored to Help’ Hardcover Book

At this age, your child understands that you’re still there even when they can’t see you, but they don’t yet grasp the concept of time. This book about a parent’s deployment helps your child prepare for periods of separation, no matter how long.

Learn about Book Bundles, more Lovevery stories for, and inspired by, your growing child.

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