"I'm on a mission to help parents create a playful and supportive environment for their children to grow and learn." - Lizzie Assa

The Play Kit

"The only table and chairs your child will need."

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Giant Coloring Sheets

"They are great for floor play, table play, or even taped to the wall for playing on a vertical surface which is so important for development."

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Splat Mat

"It is so versatile. It can be used under the high chair, in your playroom or under The Play Kit for messy play! We especially love it for protecting surfaces during sensory play."

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The Bath Tub

"Perfect for your baby and then it makes a fantastic bin for water play and sensory play later on."

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Stacking Cups

"So open-ended and versatile. They can be used in the bath, at the water table, or even at the beach or park."

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Highway Maintenance

"I love these for at home or for playing on the go. Children are drawn to toys that mimic what they observe out in the world. Play is how children make sense of the world around them, and this set gives them the opportunity to do just that!"

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Hollow Blocks

"These hollow blocks are an excellent option for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and beyond due to their versatile design. Your child can utilize them throughout all stages of development. The smooth surface and weight of the blocks will be enjoyable for babies, toddlers will begin stacking them, and preschoolers will use them to build for hours on end. They also make a beautiful addition to any play space."

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About Lizzie Assa

Lizzie Assa, MS. Ed., is the founder of The Workspace for Children. She is a parenting strategist and independent play expert who believes that play is how children make sense of their world. Assa helps parents, caregivers, and teachers by offering them engaging, simple-to-set-up play ideas and tips for communicating more effectively with children. She has been featured in The New York Times, Parents, and The Wall Street Journal, and she is passionate about helping grownups create supportive environments for children and families to play and learn.