Peekapak is a new subscription box for children 3-7. Peekapak is a hands-on storytelling adventure designed for busy parents to inspire imagination and learning in their children ages 3-7. Each activity pack covers a new topic within an engaging storybook and two to three educator-designed activities. They include all the materials to complete the crafts too! I love the idea of combining crafts and books. Peekapak is $24.99 a month with discounts for longer subscriptions. You can also get a sibling add on pack for $12.99 a month. If you click HERE and use the code Subscriptionboxmom to save $5.00 on your first box.
Cost: Monthly: $24.99, 3 month- $23.99/mo, 6 months-$21.99/mo, 1 year-$19.99/mo
Siblings: You can get a sibling pack for $12.99 a month, in addition to a plan above.
Shipping: They ship free to USA and Canada. If you would like your Peekapak shipped internationally, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for shipping options and rates.
What’s in the box: each activity pack covers a new topic within an engaging storybook and two to three educator-designed activities.
Can I skip a month? Yes, just email them at email@example.com, to skip any month.
When am I billed? When you sign up for a subscription, you will be billed for that amount immediately. After that subscription ends, you will be billed monthly. You may cancel any time after your subscription is finished.
When does the box ship? Peekapak ships by mid-month every month, so you can expect to receive your Peekapaks by around the 3rd or 4th week of every month.
How do I cancel? Email firstname.lastname@example.org directly to stop your subscription. Remember to notify them before the 10th of the month, or else your Pak may already be packed and/or on its way to you.
Peekapak includes a great card just for grown ups. This month’s Peekapak is about an Ocean Adventure. Kids will learn about perseverance and giving in this box. Peekapak goes into detail about what your child will be learning. They also help you, the parent, know how to help facilitate learning with the box. I love this aspect of the box, because I love teaching my children, but it doesn’t come natural for me.
Peekapak included a cute book and craft/activity guide with the box. This month’s story was all about the ocean.
The first activity was make you own Ocean Lantern.
Peekapak included EVERYTHING your child needs to complete the crafts. They even include scissors. I didn’t get pictures of putting this project together. L made squares with the popsicle sticks and glued it all together.
Finished Lantern. The lantern also came with a little light!
The second project was to make a Sea Turtle Hat.
There were many steps to this project. You child draws a pattern on the hat with a white crayon, then pants the hat with green paint. Your child cuts out the body parts, and glues it all together.
I love all the steps to the projects. L really had to work (cutting, gluing etc) to put together each project. I was really impressed with L’s cutting skills.
Painting the shell
Finished Turtle Hat!
The last project was the easiest. This was a project to make two octopus toys. You child stuffs socks, cuts off the ends and makes eyes.
This all the materials and the pair of scissors.
Stuffing the sock
Putting the rubber band on.
Putting the eyes on: The only problem we ran into, is we didn’t have enough white felt for the eyes. We improvised and used part of the white sock, to make eyes.
Final Thought: This was a really great box. All the projects had multiple steps and really challenged L to use his skills. L loved the story and I liked how all the crafts fit with the story. I love how Peekapak really included information for parents to help further their child’s learning. If you are interested in trying Peekapak, click HERE and use the code Subscriptionboxmom to save $5.00 on your first box. Peekapak is also giving a box to one of my readers. Just enter below!
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Disclosure: This post contains referral links. I received this box free for review. My opinions are my own.