I get to entertain two preschoolers every day. Luckily, they are always – and I mean always – up for doing fun and educational activities. But those kinds of things can take me lots of time to prepare. Some days I just need projects that are prepped and ready to go. That’s where Ivy Kids monthly subscription box comes in handy. Ivy Kids is like a preschool-in-a-box for us.
Thank you to Ivy Kids for sending us a free monthly kit for our review. All opinions expressed are my own.
I could not believe the amount of things we got in our very first box. It was packed with enough stuff to keep us busy for weeks. Really good stuff! I knew the second I saw the children’s book Chicka Chicka Boom Boom inside that we were going to love it. This book is one of my favorites for teaching letters.
My 3- and 5-year-old sons are learning the alphabet, so the activities in the Ivy Kids kit are great for them. In addition to the book and bookmark, there are ELEVEN different learning activities that cover math, science and reading skills.
Ivy Kids activities are designed for children ages 3 to 8 years old. Parents can use the activity guide (included) to tailor the games to fit the age/development stage of each child.
My 5-year-old is a crafter. He could not wait to build the Make Your Own Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree craft. I helped him build the tree and then he got to put all the foam alphabet letters on it.
I really appreciated that everything we needed to do all the crafts and games is included in the Ivy Kids box. And each activity is organized in its own baggie. I like being able to keep the games, puzzle pieces, etc. separate so we can use it again and again.
My son also enjoyed the Tracing Letters and Numbers reusable dry erase page. He also received a personalized “Trace Your Name” reusable dry erase page so he can practice writing his name. This box has really helped him get ready for Kindergarten next fall.
My 3-year-old gets in on the fun, too. He especially loves for me to read books to him. and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is one that I think every children’s home library should include. I was truly impressed by everything in our Ivy Kids box. We have pulled it out many times over the past month when we have wanted to spend quality learning time together. It’s really fun to watch my children learn new things. Ivy Kids makes it easy for me to teach them.
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Do you have children ages 3 to 8 years old at home? Could they benefit from the educational books and activities in an Ivy Kids kit? What do you think about this monthly subscription box for kids?