i’ve only had one box so far and haven’t used all that’s inside yet. first thought was i felt like the projects were a little old for my 3.5 year old BUT i can appreciate that exposure to these ideas/tasks etc are really the key to to learning and experiencing new things. we do the activity (which doesn’t last too long for him)and then he ends up using the materials in a free play way using his imagination. at the end of the day i just really need things curated for me (and him) and this checks that box!
Honestly, better than I thought! Lots of fun for my boys, ages 5 and 2.
We got 3 activities in feb 2021 and theme was healthy teeth . It is indeed a great start for kids 2+ and worth the first box.
My two year old grandson enjoys the activities.
Item contained many small parts not appropriate for my 2 year old, but seller was understanding and very courteous with my cancellation. If your 2 year old has excellent fine motor skills, does not put things in his/her mouth and is supervised, this could be a nice box. Otherwise it might be best wait until age 3. We'll reconsider this box when she is older and able to do the activities.
My littles are excited to open the box every time it arrives. :)
Very creative ideas to keep kiddos entertained, learning and interacting without screens. I would say more geared toward 2.5 and older.
The box had a cute assortment of activities.
This was actually exactly the type of thing I was looking for. I liked the quality of the beads, tweezers and tracing cards. I think it will serve as a great collection to bring along in our backpack when we are out and about or on long drives. It was just enough to keep my kid focused and excited without overwhelming him.
I didn't give 5 stars for some categories just because I always like a unique box or mailer itself and this was as simple as it gets in a white box. Also- the dry erase crayon didn't work as well as we hoped but we have dry erase markers to work as well!