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Calendar June 7, 2015 06/07/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Family Box June 2015 Review

Disclosure: This box was received free for review.

Family Box June 2015 Review

Family Box June 2015 Review

Family Box is a subscription box that promotes faith and family formation with young Christian families.  The box is $25.00/month and filled with enough craft supplies, and devotions for weekly devotions.  There is a packet for each week in the month that contains every material you will need for a craft/activity, along with a reading and questions for family bonding and spiritual sharing.  Family Box also gives 10% back to the charity of your choice.

The Details:

Cost: $25.00/month, $70.50/3 months, $132.00/6 months, $240.00/year.

What's in the box?

4 unique packages with everything needed for 4 fun and easy weekly family times, in total:

  • 4 short lessons
  • Engaging and easy to understand questions for the whole family
  • 4 Bible verses
  • 4 craft activities with ALL of the necessary materials (scissors, crayons, stickers, paper, etc. – ALL included!)

How do I cancel? E-mail info@thefamilybox.org with the subject line “Cancel”.  Please also include your name and address so we can process your request. If you cancel before the recurring billing date on the 20th of the month, you will not receive that month’s box. If you cancel after the recurring billing date, you will still receive that month’s box.



Family Box ships in a colorful box by USPS.


First Look: The box had four little sections for each week.


There was an information sheet that gave instructions on how to use this box.  Family Box recommends finding a time each week to complete each activity.  The theme for this month is “Fruit of the Spirit”.


The back of the information sheet is a chart to document the bible verse you will learn each week.  You can post this chart in a space that is easily passed by everyone.  For children that can't read yet, it's important to read the bible verse when they pass it.


There was a CD with 12 praise and worship songs.


Week 1: Week 1 introduces you to the fruits of the spirit.  The activity involves coloring 5 fruits of the spirit and making them into magnets.  The half of the paper plate is a basket and can be colored.  This goes on your refrigerator and as members of the family see someone exhibiting one of these fruits, they put it in the basket.  The goal is to get all fruits in the basket.


The back of each numbered card features a bible verse at the top, a passage about that bible verse and questions for family members to discuss.


My oldest colored each of the fruits and stuck the magnets on the back.


This is the finished project and it is on our refrigerator.


Week 2: The next week has four new fruits of the spirit to color.


Week 3: Week 3 talks about sins and how they affect us.  The activity this week is to write a sin on the piece of paper, watch it dissolve in water and watch it wash away.


Week 4:  The last week's project is to make a lightning bug.  The light from the bug represents the light from God.


Final Thought: I thought this was a really great box and I like that this box combines faith, crafts and devotions in one box.  This is a great box that reminds family to have a weekly time to talk about God.  Each project takes no more than 30 minutes, so this box can work with even busy families.  If you want to try Family Box, use this link.

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This entry was posted in Faith Based Subscriptions, Family Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Sunday, June 7th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom

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