ElementaryBox April 2016 Review – Kindergarten Box + Coupon (Save Every Month)
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I received this box for review.
ElementaryBox is a subscription box for teachers, that sends teaching resources, student incentives, and handcrafted teacher gifts. Boxes are $29.00/month and contain 4-6 grade level teacher resources, as well as gifts. ElementaryBox covers PreK through 5th grade. I have reviewed ElementaryBox before, and the teachers have always loved getting their boxes. Right now, ElementaryBox has a fantastic deal, subscribe with the code SPRING16, and get each month $27.00 for the length of your subscription.
What’s in the box? Elementary Box includes something educational for the classroom, a gift for the teacher, and shared teacher tips and ideas.
When does the box ship? Elementary Box ships the 21st of each month so that our teachers receive their boxes within the first week of the next month.
When am I billed? You will be billed for the first month’s box when you check out. The remainder of your payments will be billed on the 1st of each month.
How do I cancel? Subscriptions may be canceled at any time. You must cancel before the 1st of the month to avoid being billed and shipped for that month. There are no cancellation fees. Simply log in to your account and follow the steps to cancel. Subscriptions that have been prepaid may be canceled so as not to auto renew, however the remainder of shipments on the plan will be completed.â€‹
I received the Kindergarten box for review.
ElementaryBox shipped in a plain white box.
There was a little introduction to this month’s box.
The information card had a list of everything in the box, along with a description.
Power Pen + AAA Batteries $13.00 This pen interacts with specific books to encourage students to find the right answer. If the student picks the right answer with the pen, the pen cheers. If the student gets the wrong answer, the student is encouraged to try again.
Power Pen Numbers Book $9.99 This book has 80 different math activities. The book breaks down activities by categories or type of activity. This can be used in the classroom or at home. I really wanted to test out the pen, so I am keeping the set at home. This would be a good set to have in the car, because the pen will tell your child if they have the right answer.
Here is a look in the book. The questions start on the easy side and get progressively harder, so your child will be challenged.
There were sequencing questions.
There were also questions for greater than, less than and equal to. My son is working on this right now, so we are going to have some practice material at home.
Safari Animals + Helping Hands Stickers $6.00 for both Stickers are always on school supply lists, so these were great inclusions in the box. It’s horrible that teachers end up paying for supplies for their classroom!
Teacher Gift: Rose Water Spray by Lotus Naturals $10.00 This box isn’t about all work and no play. The teacher gift this month can be used on yourself to cleanse, soften and cool skin, or can be sprayed in the room for all those wonderful smells children bring. It’s all natural and made with rose petals, essential oils, witch hazel and water.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $38.90. This was a nice box and I loved the book and pen. This makes a great gift for teachers, or a nice box for those who homeschool. The value was more than the cost of the box, which is always a plus! Use this link to subscribe with the code SPRING16, and get each month $27.00 for the length of your subscription.
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