Amazon STEM Toy Club Subscription Box 3-4 Year Olds Review – January 2017

Box: Amazon STEM Toy Club Subscription 



Amazon STEM Club is a monthly program that delivers handpicked, high-quality Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math toys.

You can choose/order from three age groups: 3-4 year olds, 5-7 year olds, and 8-13 year olds.

There is some savings so far (as Amazon knows better than to piss off us seasoned subscribers). I checked some sites and this month’s box retailed for $25.99 via Amazon, and over $30.00 elsewhere. I did see some tracking via CamelCamelCamel that Amazon vendors have sold this item in the high teens/low twenties but Amazon must have smartly stop that awhile ago because the price tracking stopped and there is no other way I can find this item to sell cheaper than $19.99 other than this subscription.

Pnut cares about deals for all 😉


Cost: Each Amazon STEM Club Subscription costs $19.99/month plus applicable taxes. This subscription can be cancelled at any time via online.


Kick Back and Get Comfortable: 

I choose to order the Amazon Stem Toy Club Subscription for 3-4 year olds since my girls are just under, at, and above that age group.

And because Amazon!

The spoiler was revealed to me when my order shipped. We received

The Learning Journey Count & Learn Math Playbox

Retail: $25.99


The girls received their box in the morning so but we had to go out for the day. As soon as we go back they wanted me to get started on the review.

Let us indulge our little assistants!

My Pnut People: Squeak, Pipsqueak, and (fuzzy) Squeakette!

Here is the front and the back pictures of the item before we dig in!

The Learning Journey Count & Learn Math Playbox
Baby fingers not included

Play/Work in Action!

The Cuteshow Continues!

We received several REVERSIBLE panels along with puzzle pieces. This is really nice because most puzzles are just one-sided.

The puzzle pieces are also reversible to reveal a coordinating “wood” them shown on the panels.

Being a mom of wee ones, I think I can safety say these are “drool” proof.


Win! Truth be told, I would love to buy STEM toys for my kids but I get overwhelmed by the choices even though I choose the highest rated ones. Amazon STEM Toy Club solves this issue by picking a toy for me with a savings. With this puzzle, I am going to place with my other groupings of puzzles so I do not lose a piece. All three girls enjoy this puzzle for different reasons: The oldest to learn math in a fun way, the middle one who had fun with finding the puzzle pieces and identifying objects, and the weeist one who just likes playing with everything that her sisters play with!

Stay tuned for next month’s review!


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  6 comments for “Amazon STEM Toy Club Subscription Box 3-4 Year Olds Review – January 2017

  1. Artemis
    January 29, 2017 at 7:50 am

    I’m so glad you reviewed this! I want to get this for my 3 1/2 year old, but not sure if I should get the 3-4 year version or the 5-7 year version. I think this puzzle in particular would be great for him.

    • January 29, 2017 at 8:10 am

      Thank you for commenting Artemis you know I would take one for the team especially if its Amazon all about dealing with vendors with great customer service!
      I recommend you get this in the 3-4 year version because my Pnut people are under, almost, and over the 3-4 age group and each of them like the project for different reasons. My main point is that your wee one can continuously grow with this STEM age group. I hope this helps look forward to see what you decide 🙂

  2. subscriptionista
    January 29, 2017 at 5:30 pm

    Very cute!!!! I want to be a kid again!!! heh

    • January 30, 2017 at 9:42 am

      Thanks! One of the things I love about blogging is actually documenting/reliving the wondermint from a child’s eyes of view. Now if I can get all three still in a picture even better lol 😉

  3. February 1, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    I sent this to my bro when I heard about it, but his kids are 4 and 6 [almost 7], so he’d have to get two boxes. The older one is actually quite good at math, and I still am amazed that last year I asked her to count to 100–she asked if she could count by 2s and proceeded to count the ODD numbers by twos! I doubt I could do that in kindergarten!! =D

    • February 2, 2017 at 8:17 am

      He should get the middle and higher boxes then! He can always cancel the actual item because it is “spoiled” when it gets ready to ship.

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