Q: Do your boxes come with learning materials that represent inclusion of all ethnicities & nationalities. Is February's box Black History and does May's box incorporate Cinco De Mayo, etc?Asked by Jade M., February 2021
Hi Jade. Thanks for your question. Our boxes are academically based and do not have monthly themes. The skills from each box build on each other from month to month. If you are looking for something more culturally themed, there are some other subscription boxes out their that focus more on those aspects.
Yet you could include books or worksheets that feature minorities like myself, as well as those in the LGTBQ community since you're on the side of inclusion. Your statement here is in stark contrast to your blog posts. You support welcoming in refugees, not having a border wall built, and no travel ban correct? Yet why not more representation of minorities in your product rather than just using them in photos as advertisement marketing tools?
Q: I run a day home and I would like to order 5 subscriptions is there a better price that you can give me on that and if I do a year for each oneAsked by Mardi W., August 2019
Hi Mardi, we do have bulk pricing available, if you email us we can share this with you!
Q: Hi! My kiddo will be going to PreK in the fall. Can I order all the 12 boxes at once?Asked by Julia C., January 2021
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Q: After, trying several others, we have decided that the preschool box is the perfect one for us! Since we have already completed the first box, A-D is there a way to pick up where we left off?Asked by Laura S., April 2020
If you reactivate your existing subscription it will automatically pick up from where you left off. If, for some reason, you started a new subscription just email us and we can set you up on the next box.
My three year old has absolutely loved these crafts and activities! She has really enjoyed hiding the different letter cards and finding them! We have enjoyed going over our colors and numbers and letters! I am so excited about this! And I’ve already shared it with several family and friends! I can’t wait for the next ones! Thank you for such amazing and creative ideas!
I wish I could give more than 5 stars. My daughter was so excited to learn and do all of the activities. Everything is perfectly organized and explained on what to have your child do. I love this so much!!
Have you heard of The Preschool Box? The goal of the Preschool Box is to teach your preschooler the basics of kindergarten over the span of a 12-month period. Each box is focused on selected learning objectives with an eye on phonics, reading skills and basic math concepts. Each box also includes a fun book and stickers!
Here, Parker is sorting fun, colored objects given to us as a part of the box on a sorting mat. We had so much fun engaging in learning play together.
￼In box 1, families work with the letters A-D. Watercolor paints, Q-tips and letters were a part of the box to encourage art play and working with letter identification and sounds. D = dots, C = Cookie, B = Beans
￼Picture flashcards were also part of the box with the initial letter sound on the back to encourage more phonics practice.
￼We also worked on counting and number recognition. I LOVED the activity with the number flashcards on 1 side and corresponding velcro dots on the back for counting, which also includes a sensory piece. Parker loves counting the dots!
￼Additionally, there are worksheets included for glueing the correct number of sequins to the "gumball machines" and tracing letters/numbers, which was a little too advanced for my 2.5 year old.
￼We LOVE books in this house and this box also included an awesome book featuring a Panda Bear, Parker's favorite stuffy. Total WIN!
￼So, here's the dish... as an educator, I...
Hunter and I started doing The Preschool Box last week. At first I was going to try and come up with a lesson plan on my own but trying to do that and still run my design company was too much. This box is SO helpful! It gives me an organized plan for each week. It comes ready to jump in. All the crafts are organized in little bags so you grab the one you need and get started. Definitely helps us both!!
It’s an awesome program for home schooling moms. I love it.
My son? and I enjoy preschool box. He has learn a lot by completing the projects and working in the booklet.
My 4 year old son and I love getting this box every month! We spend good fun quality time together!
I really like this box for my preschooler. Since mine is on the younger side, sometimes I adjust the activity, but luckily the box lends itself to that. The box also comes with a little teachers guide and workbook pages that I can set aside for next year when kiddo is an older preschooler. Definitely recommend!
I have used this subscription box for 1 year and it has been absolutely amazing. I am an elementary school teacher and I teach online classes, so my preschooler stays home with me. This has been a fantastic curriculum for her to follow. It's really focused on emergent skills including fine motor skills that are necessary in kindergarten. This is a great way to expose your child to the alphabet, the sounds, beginning word formations, phonics, etc while having fun! My daughter gets so excited for her "school time." Also, if you start to fall behind, don't worry. We are on box 9 right now and it has taken 12 months to get here. She was 3 when we started, so she still had 2 years until kindergarten at the time. Because of her age, we went slowly and I would go back and revisit games and topics when I felt she needed reinforcement. Also, somedays we would just play games that I purchased to extend the curriculum, like alphabet bingo or alphabet puzzles. So, what I'm saying is - make it your own! I would recommend this box to any preschooler without hesitation!
High quality and very well put together. It's simple and age appropriate. Super convenient has everything you need for each activity. worth the price for sure. Highly recommend.