Silly Rhino May 2014 Review
Silly Rhino was started by a mom of two boys who wanted to help other parents find healthy, fun, educational products. Silly Rhino is $35.99 month to month, and there are discounts for longer subscriptions are available. Each month your child will get 4-5 environmentally friendly safe toys, personal care products, gear and accessories. I really love how unique everything is in the box.
Cost: $35.99 a month
What’s in the box? From Silly Rhino: “You can expect each box to include four to five products for your baby and sometimes a surprise for you. All products are tailored to your childâ€™s age and stage of development. At Silly Rhino, we try not to gender discriminate, so we concentrate on items that will work for both boys and girls, but that does not mean we would ever send pink bows to your manly little guy, promise.”
Age Breakdowns: When you order, you will choose between 0-1, 1-2, 2-3, and 3-4.
How do I cancel? You can cancel right from your account (I love that)
When will I get my first box? You must order by midnight on the 5th of the month, to receive that month’s box.
When am I billed? You are billed the day you sign up and every 30 days from the day you sign up thereafter . If you sign up on Feb 21st, you will be billed again March 21st. 3 and 6 month subscriptions are billed at the time of purchase. When your 3 or 6 months is up, your account will revert to month to month
Everything in the box looked bright and colorful! I was excited to check everything out.
May Silly Rhino box came with 5 different items. Silly Rhino includes an information card with all the products and their retail value.
Yum Earth Lollipops – $13.99 certified organic. These are free from artificial colors and sweeteners. My son loves these and I don’t feel bad giving him one from time to time.
Lacing Cards – $13.46 There are 10 lacing cards in this set, and all feature a picture from Eric Carle’s books. L has some lacing cards but these seem more advanced than his. I think he is going to like them.
Pop Stick Art by Alex – $10.36: We love doing arts and crafts at our house. This features 7 different pop stick crafts.
Bamboo Pet by Hape – $8.00: This is great eco friendly toy. I didn’t know Hape made these and they are adorable. They also come with a little white silk pillow. This little Rhino is sleeping by L’s bed.
“52” Cards by Chronicle Books – $6.26 Many many activities to do with kids on a rainy day. Each card has an activity to do on a rainy day.
Final Thoughts: The total value of this box $52.07! Silly Rhino is a great subscription box for children. The owner has the pulse on what is cool and different for children. L loved the lollipops and the bamboo animal the most. Silly Rhino is a great box for kids 0-4, and each box is always filled with safe, fun items. Click HERE to check out Silly Rhino.
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