Updated 13 May 2014


Play-based educational programme

Around the world there is growing understanding of the vital role early childhood education plays in helping children reach their full potential.

Mysmartkid is a brand new subscription offering for parents of children aged 0 – 6 that gives members the assurance to address their child’s developmental needs in a fun and playful way.

Developed in conjunction with early childhood development experts, including an educational psychologist, occupational therapist and speech therapist, Mysmartkid addresses 6 key developmental areas in an age-appropriate manner.

Members of the Mysmartkid programme receive a bimonthly Smartbox of age-appropriate toys, tools, games and guidance delivered to their home anywhere in South Africa. In addition, members have full access to the digital tools and content available on

The Mysmartkid programme makes playtime a rich learning experience for children, and parents can rest assured that their child receives the stimulation they need to successfully attain the important early childhood developmental milestones.

For more information or to subscribe to the programme, visit Mysmartkid.

Cost: R295 every second month.
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About Mysmartkid
Mysmartkid is a play-based educational programme targeting 0-6 year-olds. By focusing on a child’s development through the use of age-appropriate toys, tools and activities, the subscription-based programme promotes school readiness with its integrated early childhood development offering. 

A panel of childhood development experts, from occupational therapists to child psychologists, are closely involved in the development of the programme and their professional insights and expertise on the website provide a continued source of trust and assurance to parents.  




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