Junior Explorers “Mission Earth Day” Review + Half Off Coupon
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Junior Explorers has a special Earth Day project kit, “Mission Earth Day“. This mission is a special kit for completing Mission Arctic (Review) , Mission Serengeti (Review), and Mission Amazon (coming soon).
Junior Explorers is a great way to teach 6-11 year olds all about wildlife and the environment.
Boxes are $19.00/month (plus $2.00 shipping) and each month your child gets a new online mission, along with a packet of goodies. When you sign up, the first month will be the welcome kit. The welcome kit is filled with a water bottle, a giant map and other goodies. You can check out my review of the You welcome kit HERE.
Cost: $19.00, $49.00 for 3 months, $96.00 for 6 months, $185.00 for 12 months
Coupon: You can 50% on your first month with the coupon BOXMOM50
What’s in the box? Once you subscribe, the Welcome Kit is your first delivery. It comes with everything you need to get started as a Junior Explorer! With you Welcome Kit, you will find your first code to get started online too
Each subsequent month, you will receive a Mission Kit that prepares you for your monthly mission! It includes activities, collectibles and cool facts about the ecosystem that you will visit. It also includes the code to unlock your online mission!
Shipping: Shipping in the Continental United States is $2.00. Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii is $5.00
When am I billed? You are billed when you sign up and then again on a regular basis.
How do I cancel? You cancel from your online account.
The Earth Day Kit came in a white padded envelope.
There was a letter from Kia and Kyle. Dr Barnes is a botanist at the mission center, and he needs your help! Earth Day is April 22nd and Dr Barnes’ team is cleaning up the local park. The mission for this month is to plant the seeds and find out what they are! Unlike previous month, there is no online mission this month. Everything is in the kit!
As with previous months, there was a checklist for what your child needs to do.
Grow: There are three seed bods that need identified. Your child plants the seeds and then documents their growth in their field notes. For this activity, your child gets an empty can or container.
Seeds and Field Notes: There was a bag of three colorful seed pods and a journal, complete with pen.
Decorate: Junior Explorers included books of tattoos and stickers!
The tattoos and stickers were exceptionally pretty this month. I love all the colors.
Become an Expert: There was a giant book filled with activities, games and learning opportunities. Everything is themed around Earth Day and living “green”.
Here is a peek inside the book. This book was packed.
Share: There were three pins included in the packet. Your child can give two to friends and teach them about Earth Day too.
Final Thought: What a fun month! My 5 1/2 year old loves gardening and he loves tending to plants. We have to get some potting soil (our dirt is horrible) and we are going to plan our plants. I will up date our review as our plants grow. I can’t wait to see what they are! Junior Explorers is such a fun subscription. You can try Junior Explorers 50% off for your first month. You will pay only $9.50, plus $2.00 shipping for your first box. To sign up, use this link with the code BOXMOM50.
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