Lovevery “The Senser” Play Kit Review For Months 5-6: Worth It?

Wondering if the Lovevery play kits are worth it? Here are all my thoughts on "The Senser" playkit from #lovevery for 5-6 months old babies. First time moms looking for montessori and waldorf based wooden toys to support their newborn baby in reaching those milestones during the first year for growth and development. Is it the best montessori based subscription kit for 1 month infants? Find out if it's right for your newborn baby and you in this post! #lovevery #thelooker #montessoritoys #1month #baby

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Trying to decide if “The Senser” Play Kit from Lovevery is worth it? In this post, I'll share a video review, the cost of the play kit, and the pros and cons to this toy subscription box for 5 and 6 month olds

You can read the FAQs and full review of Lovevery Subscription Play Kits here.

Video review: “The Senser” Play Kit in action:

How much does The Senser Play Kit from Lovevery Cost?

The Senser Play Kit is $80.

You can get a 10% discount if you pay up front which would bring the price down to $72, or “$36 a month” as it says on their website which you can shop here.

What is inside The Senser Play Kit for Months 5-6?

Spinning rainbow

Full disclosure: this item was not in the first iteration of this play kit, so I didn't get it.

With that said, I'm really sad I didn't get it because it looks like the big winner for this box!

It's a great for your baby to practice fine motor skills and looks like something that would keep my daughter so entertained/engaged.

green tissue box with yellow tissue

Wooden Magic Tissue Box

Remember how magicians would pull handkerchiefs out of their sleeves? Well this is your baby's version of it as they learn to explore containment!

Linkable magic tissues

These go in the tissue box. You just attach each one by pushing the end of the next tissue into the hole in the tail of the previous one. As your baby pulls one out, they'll slowly pull them all out.

You can repurpose the tissues for some fun peekaboo or as a textured mouthing object.

six colourful square magic tissues

The Play Kits by Lovevery

montessori ball soft

Montessori Ball

A color upgrade from the montessori ball in the play gym. With lots of texture making it easy to grasp while practicing coordination and dexterity.

“Parts Of Me” Book

The books that come in the first year of Lovevery Play Kits are literally my daughters favorite. They are SO simple yet so captivating for little babies!

This book is literally just pictures like you see on the cover with the name of the body part at the bottom. So hands on the cover, ear, eyes, arm, feet, etc.

Your heart will MELT the day you child starts to point to the body parts on their body and the fact you've read this book literally a million times will all be worth it!

parts of me book

three play socks

Play socks

Funny little socks that make noise and will entice your baby to build leg strength and practice body control.


This toy has always reminded me of the Bobo doll and maybe because of that bias my daughter never took a huge interest in this toy.

Anyway, it's basically supposed to be a fun tummy time activity where babies push it and it bounces back and it rolls around encouraging them to start crawling and moving around more.

My daughter started crawling very early at 6 months, so by the time we gave her this, maybe she was just a little over it? I'm not sure.

colourful wobbler

senser play guide book

Play guide

A guidebook on how to play and reimagine all of the toys in this play kit backed by research and the skills your child is working on.

Is The Senser Play Kit from Lovevery worth it?

This is a “yes,” albeit a less enthusiastic “yes” than my thoughts on The Charmer Play Kit. Shop it here.

Similar to The Charmer Play Kit, the toys in this subscription box come out to around $7 a box.

However, the magic tissues and magic tissue box are really one toy if we're being honest. So that brings the total cost per toy a bit closer to $9.

The Play Kits by Lovevery

Now keep in mind, I had the first version of this play kit, so I have no idea how amazing that first item is, but the other items fell a little short for me.

In fact, I'd say this is the play kit to skip if you are going to skip any of them.

You can make a magic tissue box using an old tissue box and some actual tissues or old t-shirts/scarves. The montessori ball is just a colored version of the one that comes with the play gym. You can always hand stitch some rattles or bells to a pair of baby socks to DIY those. And, like I said, my daughter never loved the wobbler. It was probably her second least favorite toy out of every single Lovevery toy we've ever gotten.

Are we happy we got it?

Despite all the downsides, I am happy we got it, and do think we would've enjoyed it more had it we gotten this version. But I think the Lovevery Play Kits start to get AMAZING in the next subscription box for 7-8 months old, so if you are trying to get the most bang for your buck, I'd skip this one and go onto the next.

Shop “The Senser” Play Kit from Lovevery:

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