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Calendar December 16, 2013 12/16/13 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 16 Comments 16

Kidable Adventures Little Thinker Box Review, Discount and 3 Month Giveaway

Kidable Adventures Little Thinker Box Review

Kidable Adventures Little Thinker Box Review

Little Thinker Box was created by Venessa Banks.  She had an active little boy who loved hands on learning.  She struggled to find activities that were fun and educational.  She decided to start Little Thinker box to help other parents and caregivers.  Little Thinker Box is for children 3-5 and each month, Little Thinker Box sends a box full of activities.   Little Thinker Box makes sure each box is enriching, engaging, and entertaining.  My 4 year old L loves activities and projects that keep him busy.  We were excited to see what was in the box.

The Details:
What is in the box?  The Little Thinker Box is a monthly subscription service for children preparing to enter Pre-K or Kindergarten. Each month the child is sent a themed-based activity box that focuses on reading, writing, math, science, and other skills; using fun games, crafts, and experiments. Each month’s theme is a surprise!
Cost: $21.99 a month reoccurring subscription
          1 Month $21.99
          2 Months $47.98
         3 Months $65.97
         6 Months $119.94
       12 Months $227.88
Kidables: There are also individual themed boxes for more fun.  There are different butterflies and dinosaurs boxes HERE.  The individual boxes are $12.50 and $21.99 depending on the box.
Coupon: Use the code SBMom to save 10% off the 1st month of a subscription.  Click HERE to order
Age Range: 3-5
When does the box ship?  1st week of the month.  Allow 5-10 days for delivery.  The cut off day is the 22nd of the month to receive the next month’s box.
When am I charged? Your credit card will be charged within 24 hours prior to shipment of your item(s).
I was sent the December Winter Wonderland Box
The Box

First Look
Little Thinker Box sent a box full of fun activities for L.
Snowflake Counting
The first activity was to put the corresponding number of snowflakes on the papers
Snow Globe Sticker Scene
Create a 3-D paper snow globe with a snowy sticker scene.  Use the stickers to decorate the snow globe front and back
Big and Small Activity
Use the stickers to put the stickers in the big and small boxes.  Then add up the stickers and put the number in the box.
Big and Small
Lucas liked the big and small activity and it was very easy for him.
Make A Snowman
Use the materials to make a snowman
Use the deck of card to match the cards by number and letter
L, C and I had fun playing the matching game.  It was a bit difficult for L, but he had fun trying
Winter Wonderland Chalk Art
Use the chalk to create a winter scene.  Magnets are included to put it on your refrigerator.
Make a Snowflake
Use the beads and pipe cleaners to make a snowflake
Snowman Number Matching
Match the number card with the card that has that number of snowmen
Ice Melting Experiment
See how fast you can melt ice using different methods
Letter Formation and Letter Ornament
Using the play dough enclosed, make a letter and ornament
Making a Letter
L loved the letter activity.  He worked really well with the dough and made an S
Letter Fun and Tracing
Trace the W’s and circle the items that begin with W
Trace the letters of the alphabet
I had to encourage Lucas to slow down, but he completed the sheet.
Polar Friends Puzzle
Puzzles help children learn to read, write, and solve problems.  This is a cute puzzle with little polar friends on it.
You can’t complete writing projects with out a pencil!
Penguin Coloring Book
This is a cute little penguin coloring book and it came with crayons.
The Whole Box

Final Thought: L really liked this box.  This box had 13 activities!  We were able to complete several activities but still have several more to go.  This is a great box and will last the entire month.  L loved completing the activities, especially the ones with stickers. The were some activities that were easy for L and some activates that were harder for him. I liked that there was a balance between easy and hard, this helped L stay interested, but I knew he was learning.  If you are interested in trying Little Thinker Box, use the code SBMom to save 10% off the first month of a monthly subscription.  Little Thinker Box is also giving one reader a 3 month subscription!!

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Disclaimer: This box was received free for review.  My opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way.

1 Comment(s)

  1. natalie, February 12, 2014:

    there prices went up :(