I feel like I wasn’t too impressed with this subscriptions box . My son is age 4 . There was a bunch of random art accessory’s in a zip lock bag (from your average dollar tree /dollar general) and sheets that I could easily print from the internet . A couple of books which could easily be purchased at Ross for $2-$3. Also, I would like to add it specifies not to leave your child alone with any of the materials . My son attends a private school where they value and teach independence . I don’t feel like the materials in this subscription box aid with that . He was bored and uninterested . The material is nothing more then your average daycare would teach or do .
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I'd say this is directed to 4 and 5 year olds, not 3 year olds (which is what "preschool" typically means).
Additionally, the whole box can be done in 4 days, not 4 weeks. I was bummed that some of the activities were simply hiding 5 cards with letters on them and having the kid find them... I was expecting more of the craft activities.
Overall, the activities were fun, but it was definitely not worth the money.
After receiving this subscription box, I realize how my 4 year old son has more of a play based interest. It's hard for me to get him to do worksheets but I'm sure a lot of this mirrors what he would have done in his preschool class, pre-pandemic. The book included each month were merely okay. Perhaps I was not as impressed with the illustrations.