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Calendar July 26, 2015 07/26/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 4 Comments 4

Koala Crate July 2015 Review – Coupon + 3 Month Giveaway

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  Kiwi Crate is sponsoring this giveaway.

Koala Crate July 2015 Review

Koala Crate July 2015 Review

Koala Crate is a subscription for 3-4 year olds.  Boxes are $19.95 and filled with a fun magazine and crafts.  Koala Crate has a partnership with Highlights magazine, so there are fun articles and activities included in the box from Highlights.  Be sure to read to the end, as I have some great coupons and a 3 month giveaway.

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Each Koala Crate is shipped by USPS and comes in a yellow crate box.

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First Look

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Imagine magazine is a partnership with Highlights magazine.  Inside there are poems, games, and more.

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There is one instruction booklet to cover all three crafts.

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There is a sheet that tells you what skills your child will learn with each activity, how messy it is and how much parent involvement is needed.

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Easy Play Dough: Your child mixes a few ingredients together to make their own play dough.  This activity rated high on the messiness scale and high on parental involvement.

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All the ingredients were included, even a silicone placemat.
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Mixing the ingredients was super easy, your child just pours everything together into the bowl.

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Tyler had fun stirring everything together.  I had to help mix all the ingredients, because it got a bit sticky, but the play dough came together nicely.

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The finished dough smelled great and was fun to play with.  Tyler loves play dough and will play with it longer than any other toy.

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Number Activity Mats: Once the dough is done, there were several activity mats to use with the dough.  There were mats to work on counting, measuring, making funny faces, and making a  snack.  This activity rated medium on the messiness scale and medium on parental involvement.

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There were four mats and two tools to use with the dough.  You can put the placemat on the paper mats, so the mat won’t get messed up.

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T had a great time rolling out the dough on his mat.

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He worked on the number mat first.  This was great at working his fine motor skills.

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The next mat was two people, so T made one to look like daddy.

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This is his finished “daddy” picture.

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Number Games: A set of dominoes and two dice were included in the box.  This activity rated low on the messiness scale and medium on parental involvement.

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You child can use these dominoes to play traditional dominoes, or your child can roll the dice and match the card to the number on the dice.  T and I played the matching game with dice and had fun.

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Final Thought:  I think this was my 3 year old’s favorite box, he loves play dough, so that was the highlight of this box.  Koala Crate is a great box for little kids.  The projects are easy got my son to do and I like how each activity builds on each other.  If you want to try Koala Crate, click here and use the code SHARE10 or GOODSHOPGIFT to save $10.00 on your first month.  This will work on Tinker Crate, Kiwi Crate and Doodle Crate too.  Kiwi Crate has also given me a 3 month subscription to give away.  Just enter below and enter to win a 3 month subscription to Kiwi Crate, Koala Crate, Tinker Crate or Doodle Crate.  The winner will get to choose which box they want to receive!

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This entry was posted in Children Subscriptions, Koala Crate Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Sunday, July 26th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


4 Comment(s)

  1. robin, July 27, 2015:

    i love your videos on you tube

  2. Subscription Box Mom, July 27, 2015:

    Thank you!

  3. Ainsley, July 27, 2015:

    I would pick Doodle Crate! I love that the Kiwi Crate line makes learning fun. I like that the boxes are centered around a theme. Finally, I like that it tells you what skills each project focuses on!

  4. Amber, July 30, 2015:

    I would pick Tinker Crate because it would be the best fit for both my boys. The thing that I love about Kiwi Crates is that each of the activities in the crate tell you which skill your child is working on!