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Calendar May 9, 2016 05/09/16 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Toybox Welcome Box Review

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Toybox Welcome Box Review

Toybox Welcome Box Review

Toybox is a new subscription box for kids 4-11.  Each box is $25.00 and filled with a box of toys, all designed for the kid you has everything.  Toys are selected to help develop a child's cognitive, emotional and relational connections with themselves and the world around them.  The first box is a welcome box and each month after will follow a different theme.

The Details

Cost: $12.00/month, $69.00/3 months, $130.00/6 months, $250.00/yr

What's in the box? Each box contains a selection of toys, designed to get kids out playing.


Toybox shipped in a plain brown box, with the logo on the back.

Celebrate the Earth

First Look.  The welcome box had a “Celebrate the Earth” theme.


There was a welcome card with details about this month's theme.

Toysmith Solar Fossils Playset

Toysmith Solar Fossils Playset $11.33 This kit contains clay that you put in a dinosaur mold.  Once the clay is dry, you can sit it in the sun and it will change colors.  I personally love dinosaurs and I think my oldest if finally getting really interested in them.  This looks like a really fun activity.

Toysmith Solar Fossils Playset Instructions

The back has step by step instructions.

Wooden Toppling

Wooden Toppling $7.87  This is a smaller version of a popular branded game.  You pull a piece from the bottom, then place on the top without knocking it over.  My kids liked playing with this. After the game, my 4 year old grabbed the pieces and made a pretend railroad track.

3" Squeeze Globe

3″ Squeeze Globe $1.00 This is a mini squeeze ball of planet Earth.  It can be thrown without breaking anything and it's a good learning tool.

Toysmith Micro Flight Bug Kite

Toysmith Micro Flight Bug Kite $5.00 This little kite has shiny wings and can be used as a real kite.  We haven't tried this yet, but my boys love playing outside, so they will enjoy trying this out.


Final Thought: This box had a total value of $25.20, which is just over the cost of the box.  I enjoyed the Earth theme of this box.  The tower game and fossil activity were the biggest hits of the box.  I would've liked one more item in the box, for an even better value.  If you want to check out this box, use this link.

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