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J is waiting for me to do the review! We already read the books and played with a few of the toys.
Subscription: Kids Prize Pack
Cost: $25.00/monthly plus $7.00 shipping. $75.00/3 months, $150.00/6 months, $300.00/12 months. I am assuming that $7.00 shipping per month needs to be added onto the 3, 9, and 12 months. There are 4 different subscriptions. Boys 4-8, Boys 9-12, Girls 4-8, Girls 9-12
What to Expect: Here is the description for J’s box, Boys 4-8.”From the Crazy and Wild to the Quiet and Curious, every growing boy will Love this Kids Prize Pack. We include early Level 1-3 readers as well as the occasional small chapter book. Every Book, Toy and Game is Age appropriate and of the Highest Quality!”
Coupon: Use REFERAFRIEND to save 20% off your first box!
Notes: We all hate paying for shipping. The shipping costs are similar to the geek/gamer boxes.
There are a lot of interesting items in Kids Prize Pack.
Kids Prize Pack comes with two books. J loved this month’s theme – Mad Science.
Ready Freddy #22 Science Fair Flop by Abby Klein: Ready Freddy is new to us. I read the book to J already using funny voices. He will read it again later with my help. We will be checking out the library for more books in this series.
He’s ready to do science experiments!
Did it Take Creativity to find Relativity Albert Einstein by Melvin and Gilda Berger: Guess who has a physics degree? Hint – it’s not me. Daddy and son will be reading this book together. I caught my husband reading it yesterday.
J wants to be a scientist when he grows up. He wants to covert the main barn to his science lab and use one of the smaller barns as a petting zoo.
J has big plans!
Discover with Dr. Cool – Glow in the Dark Slime Science Lab: J cannot wait to open this up. It contains 2 slimy experiments.
Perfect for a 7 year old!
Discover with Dr Cool Real Bug Mini Dig Kit: J worked hard on this the other day. It came with a digging tool, brush, and information about the bug.
He had lots of fun digging!
Crayola Neon Modeling Clay and Mayfair Game: J can’t wait to use the modeling clay to make animals!
I’m happy it does not dry out!
Infectious Disease Stress Ball: J was afraid to touch the ball and become stress. I had to explain to him it doesn’t cause stress. It turns green when you play with it.
He loves it. He tells me it doesn’t cause him stress.
I would retake the magnet’s picture, but J has it tucked away. He’s not certain about the December’s theme. The flip side of the theme postcard has a science experiment.
Verdict: I’m impressed with the box. J loves everything in it. We’ve been using items from the box every day. We will be doing the slimy experiment either Tuesday or Wednesday! Great books and great inclusions.
Subscription Box Flashback:
October Kids Prize Pack: J read and play. He even used the notebook and crayons! It was a hit.
What do you think of the November 2015 Kids Prize Pack? Are you a science fan? Share below and anything else on your mind!