Monday, October 15, 2012

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Wonder Box Filled With Children's Craft Projects


My 5 year old son, Quinn, loves to do crafty projects, so when Education.com offered us a chance to try a Wonder Box, I knew Quinn would love it. Each Wonder Box includes instructions and everything you need to complete three creative, hands-on projects at home and each is centered around a fun theme. The people at Education.com work with teachers and other experts to choose activities that build critical skills for school and they only send the highest quality materials. Plus, each recipient gets access to their website full of additional activity ideas. Wonder Box is a neat concept because you pay for a subscription every month, which is $19.99, and they automatically send you the box monthly.


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We received the "Once Upon a Time" Wonder Box which included a puppet, cape, story cards, plus a book and recipe for Stone Soup. Upon opening the attractive packaging, I was immediately struck by just how “high quality” the materials really were. I truly expected cheesy projects with cheap materials and this box contained neither of those. They really are great quality materials that are sure to stand the kid test of time. Quinn really enjoyed decorating his cape, creating his fun monster puppet, and reading and creating his own stories with the book and story cards. He is already looking forward to getting another Wonder Box, which I guess means we’ll be buying a subscription.



If you have a 3-6 year old, I’m sure they would love to get a Wonder Box from Education.com. Plus, you can trust that their box will always be filled with things that will get them thinking and get their creative juices flowing.


Thank you to Education.com for providing a complimentary product sample for us to base this review upon and for providing a second product for our contest prize.

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