Kidable Adventures Monthly Subscription Box Product Review
Growing up, I loved school and loved learning. I did not want to miss a day of school. There was something about learning that excited me. Now, as a mom, I want my child to have that same excitement.My son is an active little boy who responds better to hands-on creative ways of learning. Therefore, I am always looking for creative ways to keep him excited about learning, but sometimes a lack of time can hinder the best intentions. One day, after spending hours researching activities online, I wondered how many moms were experiencing the same struggle ̶̶ finding time to gather activities for their kids that were not just fun but educational, too. I knew I could not be the only mom experiencing this dilemma, so I decided to create Kidable Adventures.
Kidable Adventures creates hands-on educational products for kids that help them learn through creative play. We do all the work, so mom (or dad) won’t have to. Our mission is to create excitement about learning
Written by Jennifer
Kidable Adventures sent me this box for the purpose of this review. As always, our opinions are true and our own.
My son could not wait to get this box opened. And for good reason, It was packed full of goodies!!
Included in my box were the following:
Monster Ball Patterns– For this activity you used colored pom poms to match the pattern on the paper.
Monster Ball Counting– This activity is great for helping your little one learn to count and sort colors. On the paper there is a colored number and the child has to put that many of the colored pom poms on the paper. My son really enjoyed this.
Shape Chart– The shape chart has all kinds of different shapes on it and your child uses the cut out foam shapes to match them to the shapes on the paper.
For this activity they also included 2 small sheets of black paper so that when you are done with the shape chart your child can make a shape monster. There are also some googly eyes for your little monsters!
Monster Box– This was by far my sons favorite craft in this box. They give you a box that you put together and then your little ones can decorate it with all the fun monster stickers they include. You can also use this box to play a game with your little one. We wrote down letters and every time that my son got the letter right he would “feed” it to the monster. He loved it.
Paper Plate Monster– They include the paper plate and lots of stickers so that you and your child can decorate the plate. My son didn’t want to do this craft. But it looked like a lot of fun.
Sticker Monster- In one of the kits there was a piece of paper with a sticker sheet full of different types of faces you could give your monster.
Stamp Pattern– Included were two stamps and your child gets to make up their own little pattern on the sheet of paper. Our stamps were kinda dried out so my son didn’t really get to do this.
Monster Puppets– Everything you need to make a puppet was included in this kit. My son loved it. He put on a little puppet show for me!
Memory Games– There were two memory card games included in our box. We haven’t played them though.
I’m sure I forgot to mention one of the activities but there were so many.
My son loved this box and all the fun activities/crafts. I loved that everything you needed for them was right there. No running to the store because you forgot supplies! The value of the box we received is $28. Which in my opinion is very reasonable. The quality of the supplies they send for the crafts are amazing!
If you sign up to receive a Little Thinker Box every month it is $25 which is billed automatically or you can try it out for just one month which is $28.
To check out the other subscriptions Kidable Adventures offer be sure to stop by there website kidableadventures.com