My nephew was thrilled to see all the goodies in his box! He began building the airplane right away. It seems to be a winner!
Great content! He is so excited when each box arrives! The quality is amazing!
I canceled before we received our box because of trying out different boxes before sticking to one. Now that we have received it, and my daughter absolutely LOVES her box, we will be subscribing again! Thank you for making our day. My daughter loved her name on her box and the little rainbows that were put in the box. She said "wow they know my name and that I like rainbows!?"
My nieces LOVE their first crate and are thrilled for the next one! They dove into the books like deep sea divers. We're super excited to see what next month's crate will offer.
This is by far the best subscription box for kids. You can tell that the people putting the boxes together really pay attention to your child's interests. I have no idea how they can make any money on these boxes because the products included are top quality and my son LOVES them. I highly recommend this company and getting this box!
My 5 year old absolutely loves it!!
We LOVE our box! My 6 year old enjoyed opening up the boxes (it came in 2 boxes) to explore their contents and has read them all from cover to cover already. The books are all age appropriate but one of the items (shape flash cards) is labeled for 3-5 Year olds, which is a little disappointing. One of the boxes was damaged in shipping but the contents were all in perfect shape thankfully. We have been waiting 50 days for our first order to arrive but it was worth the wait. Looking forward to next month’s box.
During these unforeseen and truly inconvenient times, it is very important to my husband and me that we ensure our two vastly different children do not fall behind academically during their formative years. I went WAY overboard in subscribing to book and learning crates, figuring I could compare them and decide which ones to renew. No contest, Learning Crates is, by far, the best that I’ve found. Based on a brief survey taken at the time I placed my order, these curators were able to provide PERFECT materials for my kids, almost as if they know them! Not only did we get a couple of picture books, which is what most of the other crates offer, but the crate accommodates TWO children with books on various pertinent subjects, written at an appropriate level, and that my children find engaging. That’s pretty impressive for the first box we have received. No contest. Learning Crates is one subscription we will renew even after things eventually return to some semblance of normalcy. I’m no longer worried about my children falling behind and I can continue to supplement their studies at home once school is back in session.
Thank you, Learning Crates, for taking the time and effort to create boxes for kids as UNIQUE INDIVIDUALS with various strengths, weaknesses, and interests. I can’t wait to see what comes next!
Jamie Stryjewski, a middle school English language arts teacher for twelve years
Loved the array of books and activities. The perfect blend of interactive books and easy to read books for my 5 and 7 year olds. It was fun to open and explore. Fun and educational!
I’m a little disappointed in the box, was for my 5 year old, basically a book box no flash cards as seen in descriptions for his age range! Only purchased one box to test it out, I will not purchase again. If your little one loves to read then it be a good box for you!
I’m very disappointed in the box. It’s basically just a book box with a pencil and two mini erasers. We have had two boxes and in both boxes were activity books my kid wouldn’t be able to do! The description shows activities, cards and books, but it’s not what is actually in the box. It’s sad. I’m glad I only did 6 months, but wish I had done 3 instead. My little one loves getting the box but usually will only play or read one or two of the books and then is over it.
Customer service was great and shipped out my first box quickly. The books we received were nice books and high quality, but not really what my 5 year old would find interesting. There was one story book he loved and an activity book that was ok, but the other books (Guinness World Records, Proverbs for Young People, and a book about Computing) were not something I would imagine a 5 year old boy would be interested in.