Kid Stash Review

I was excited when Kid Stash wanted to send me a box to review.   Kid Stash is a monthly subscription box for boys and girls age 3-7. Each monthly box will have a theme that relates to an occupation for your child to learn about.  Kid Stash is packed full of educational items, such as a book, a craft and additional fun items!  Give as a birthday gift or a gift just because!  Kid Stash is a thoughtful, educational present to enjoy with the special child in your life!

Kid Stash-Entomologists

Kid Stash-Entomologists

When I got home this was sitting at my gate just waiting for me.  I did not know who it was from the outside and the return address was from the parent company Milk and Honey Kids, so I was excited to get into the box and see what it was.

The Box

The Box

At first glance I saw it was my Kid Stash box and came with a great information sheet.  After removing the information sheet and tissue paper this is what I saw in the box and it was full.

First Look

First Look

Second Look

Second Look

The information sheet gave info on each item included in the box along with the suggested retail price, which made it easy for me.  This month’s theme was Entomologists.  Don’t ask me how I knew what Entomologists are, but I knew they studied bugs.  S is totally into bugs right now so I knew he would be excited when I opened the box.  He was grabbing at everything in the box.

Information Sheet

Information Sheet

Primary Science Bug Jar ($8.99)-The jar features wings that open to invite little learners to investigate insects.  A magnifying lens, hidden under the wings, supports enlarged scientific observation for aspiring Entomologist……..S was all over this and started scouring the ground for bugs to put in the container so he could look at them through the magnifying glass on top.  I was more interested about hitting the button on the wings and watching them pop open.

Bug

Primary Science Bug Jar

Learning Resources Giant Inflatable Insects ($9.99)-These eye-catching, super-sized insects will fascinate children and help them learn what makes each insect unique.  The realistic details are based on insect field guides, explore the incredible insect world in a fun larger than life way……..We got the grasshopper which was really cute and S loved it.  I had B blow it up for us and S was all over it making the grasshopper jump all over the place.  We decided that if S wants he can hang this in his playroom or bedroom .  I even thought it was really neat and very well detailed.  Totally worth $9.99 in my mind.

Inflatable Insect-Grasshopper

Learning Resources Giant Inflatable Insects-Grasshopper

“The Leaf Men” book ($7.99)-The Brave Good Bugs march off to save the garden.  Follow their adventures along the way and meet the Leaf Men who are called on to save the day!……..We always love to get new books to read and do not have this book yet.  We will definitely be reading this at bedtime tonight.

The Leaf Man

The Leaf Man

Artzooka! Clothespin Wings Craft ($9.99)-Create your own colorful, clothespin, winged pals! Includes everything you need to make four fluttering insect friends……..These will be great to make on a rainy day.  With all the rain we have had lately, I bet this gets made in the next week.  I love that the clothespins are already colored so we don’t have to paint them.  This looks like S will be able to do this with very little assistance.

Artzooka

Artzooka-Clothespin Wings Craft

I loved this subscription box and think Kid Stash did a great job.  I love when a box has a theme to it and all of the contents correspond with that theme.  The total of this box came up to $36.96.  The monthly box only cost $27.99, so this is a great deal for what you get in the box.  The quality is just amazing and I couldn’t be happier with what I received.  To learn more about Kid Stash or order a box click here!

Subscription Box Grade: A

Disclosure: This box was given for review purposes, no compensation was received.  All opinions and thoughts are my own!

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Disclaimer: I have never claimed to be any great writer. So any mistakes that are made are my fault. Sometimes I mix up names B, S, and P, but I think you can figure out who I am talking about. If you find any grammatical errors just fix it in your mind so it sounds right.
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