We mentioned the subscription services available for adults. It’s now time to get the kids involved in the excitement of racing to the mailbox and pulling out some carefully selected treats.
Kid’s subscription boxes keep them engaged, but where do we begin? Merely answer a few questions about your child’s ages and preferences, and then watch your child receive a gift month-to-month.
Two busy moms from Ontario founded “Fun in the Box” because they enjoy their children and value the valuable time they spend with them.
When they get together, they enjoy sharing the things and toys that their children adore and that they adore for them. They also believe that parents should get back to fundamentals, put down their technological devices, and give their children their full attention so that they may connect via play and make priceless memories.
They, too, recognize that life is hectic and that parents don’t always have time to research the latest, best, and safest products for their children.
From there, Fun in The Box was born.
March, June, September, and December are the months when boxes ship. The membership will automatically renew every three months, but you may cancel it at any time. Three to five children’s products are in the fun-filled reusable box, which features a handle. Toys, games, crafts, and one-of-a-kind finds are among the items included in the subscription box. At least one of the items in the subscription box contributes to the fundamental development of quality playtime between children and adults.
March, June, September, and December are the months when the boxes are shipped. The membership will renew every three months automatically, but you can cancel at any time. Three to five children’s goods are in the bundle.
You can get a subscription box for everybody from birth to twelve years old. Choose from a boy, a girl, or a gender-neutral option. The boxes have a retail value of between $50 and $80, according to the company. I estimated the value of the contents in our subscription box to be around $50.
Here is what was in our subscription box:
Farkle, an entertaining risk-taking game, was in our package. Farkle is a game of chance in which the goal is to be the first player to reach 10,000 points. It is the perfect family game, though our daughter will need some help playing it.
Also included was the revolutionary colouring book Color Counts. This book integrates a universal numbering system that pairs wonderfully with coloured pencils. The suggested age is for children six and up. The book is designed with corresponding numbers to make your colouring experience even more relaxed and delightful. When you color, original hand-drawn pictures of fairy tale scenes will reveal charming hidden elements. After you’ve finished the numbered designs, experiment with the unnumbered version of the illustration to add your personal touch. Each design is printed on artist-quality paper, resulting in a completed product that is worthy of framing! There are 22 perforated pages in all, including eight fold-out pages that measure 10″ x 15″. Our daughter plans to re-gift it to one of her cousins for Christmas.
A delightfully entertaining indoor light brings the excitement of the great outdoors to your child’s bedroom. It is the perfect bedtime reading buddy.
“Rub-A-Dub-Dub” There is an ice-cream cone in the tub. This ice cream cone-shaped exfoliating sponge makes bath time fun.
Inmotion hair ties are perfect for all those little girl hairstyles.
All in all Fun in the Box is the subscription service that keeps on giving. Check them out at https://funintheboxkids.com/