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Calendar June 3, 2014 06/03/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

My Max Pack Review – May 2014 – Child Nutrition Box

My Max Pack Review

My Max Pack Review

The Max On Snax® Snax Maker's Club is a monthly subscription box that sends fun activities, recipes and crafts each month.  Each Max Pack, delivered monthly, will contain a link to an exclusive Max On Snax® episode featuring the preparation of a healthy snack, as made by the Max character. The episodes feature engaging storylines with tie-in extras, such as printable recipe cards and hands-on activities to reinforce healthy habits and good nutrition.

The snack created for 3-5 year olds.  The box will teach children basic skills related to the preparation of food, including counting and measuring, kitchen safety, the mixing and assembly of ingredients, identification portion sizes, and sharing with others.  

The Details:

Cost: $19.99 a month

What's in the box:

• Two unique Max on Snax® branded arts & crafts projects that teach children healthy habits, math, science and motor skills.
​• Cool, kid-healthy snax recipe. Never requiring an oven or stove top, they are perfect for little assembly artists.
• Snack making tool
• Themed coloring book
• 4 weekly charts making it fun for kids and their big people to track healthy habits, like​ good eating and exercise
​• Special Max’s Snax Maker Card
• Sandwich Shaper
​Plus, for Max’s big people…
• Handy Tips & Tricks for raising healthy and happy kids.
• Another parent favorite… ”Max Approved” Stickers you place on any package of healthy food, to make an instant kid favorite

 When does the box ship? Max Packs are shipped on or around the 20th of each month. Depending on where you live, it can take 5-10 business days for your Max Pack to arrive.

Website: http://www.mymaxpack.com/

IMG_7997My Max Packs ships in a cute box.


Inside the box, there is a list of everything in the box.



Max Packs includes an introduction card, a membership card and stickers.  You put stickers on the foods you want your child to eat.  This is a great way to give your child some independence in picking a snack.


IMG_7998Wilton Metal Cookie Cutter 3 inch Yellow Butterfly: Max Pack included this, for your child to make butterfly shaped sandwiches.



The snack this month was a garden snack.  Your child makes a dip of geek yogurt, mustard, dill, and parsley and put it in the paper cup and into the bucket.  There was also a little coloring book to teach your child about veggies.  I love the nutritional part of this box.  My almost 5 year old loves to cook.  I love to help L learn new things with cooking.  It is a great way to introduce reading and math concepts.


The craft is to make a butterfly.  Max Packs include everything you need.


Since this box was a garden theme,  My Max Pack includes a tomato plan to grow.  We have grown mini tomatoes, and L loves it.


My Max Packs include a fun game.  You cut out the figures, make the spinner and go around the board.


There are also two weekly charts.  Your child can chart their eating habits.  I am going to use these to make weekly menus with L.


FInal Thought:  My Max Pack has a great box.  There are many boxes for children, but there are not really any boxes that focus on nutrition, until now!  Max Packs makes nutrition and eating well fun.  There are activities, recipes and ideas to teach your child.  If you are interested in trying My Max Pack, click HERE.

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Disclosure: This box was received free for review.  My opinions are my own.

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