Q: I have 3 children. Would I be able to use one box for all 3 children or would I have to order three subscriptions ?Asked by Mary H., July 2020
Hi Mary, I apologize that we haven't gotten back to you sooner. I just saw that we have this questions feature as part of Cratejoy. Yes, 1 box would work for all 3 children. We promote STEM teams and 1 box would work for up to 4 children. There is more about STEM Teams and the roles in a STEM team in our Beyond in a Box.
Please let us know if you have further questions and again, I apologize for not responding sooner.
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I ordered a 6 month subscription from Groovy Lab in a Box for my grandson's birthday in April '22. He received one box in May '22 and has not received another box since. I have followed all routes to contact them - several emails, texts and phone calls - and have not received one reply. I have ordered many crates/ boxes from other sellers for my grandchildren over the years and this is the first disappointment we have had. On top of the price of the subscription I also paid a huge amount for shipping to Canada so am out over $300 and my grandson has not had a birthday present!
Not very well thought out. No instructions on some items like the telescope (2 toilet paper rolls and a piece of plastic). Boring for an 11 year old. She said there was no point to the boxes, nothing substantial to show at the end like other competitor's boxes. Be careful, they automatically renew without an email. We won't be subscribing next school year.
Horrible box. A piece of tissue paper, straw, paper towel tube, balloon, piece of string, paper clip, battery, thumbtack and a few other misc. items.
Ridiculous waste of money!!!
Had some trouble with shipping but was dealt with quickly. Lots of fun!
I never received this item 😫 we had a big snowstorm and I was afraid it was under there, but the snow is melting now and it’s not here
My 9 year old really enjoyed his box and learning along with me. We had fun experimenting together!
I am very impressed with how well the box is organized and the mountain of support for the design challenges. They include everything needed to complete the box with nothing prefabricated so I am able to recreate at a later time. Definitely our favorite science box and we've tried them all.
I placed an order a little later than I expected. The customer service was very good and deliveries arrived in time. I absolutely love these boxes! I bought for my friends boys for Christmas too! Thank you for such an amazing product.
My son is so excited to get his box each month. This month he immediately opened it up to see what was inside. My son loves the experiments and it's great that he can do them himself. The It's Electric box is very impressive. He loved making the different types of circuits as well as seeing what he could stick the balloon too. These boxes are unlike other subscription boxes we have had because the lab notebook explains the design process with an engineering design challenge every month to invent something new. My son created the coolest dance pad with lights and sound. Fantastic!
As a homeschooling mom of 5, I am always looking for educational activities for my children. This was educational, fun, and inspiring. My kids loved it!
Investigate static electricity, the atom, paper circuits, switches, a groovy door alarm to keep any trespassers and much, much more!
Investigate sound, pitch, vibration, sound waves, and much, much more. Can you design and build a new musical instrument?
Investigate Roller Coaster Science, Centripetal Force, and Inclined Planes. Build a Paper Roller Coaster that you engineer and design.
Engineering Design Challenge - A Lesson in Circuits You are a wearable technology engineer and an avid groovy reader. Using only the materials from your Groovy Lab in a Box, can you design and build an LED book light that doubles as a bookmark and a fashionable e-cuff? Explore different types of hydroponic systems, seed germination and photosynthesis! Build a water reservoir, test tube bean stalk, drip irrigation system, a groovy space barn and much more.
Engineering Design Challenge - A Lesson in Catapults The Maker Faire is coming to a town near you! Can you design and build the grooviest looking catapult that launches a projectile the farthest distance? Investigate Elastic Energy. Build a Box Catapult, Trampoline Catapult, Trigonal Pyramidal Catapult, and a Catapult you design!
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