Monday, July 22, 2013

Kid Stash {Review}

Kid Stash is a new subscription box that focuses on different careers for children.  I was provided with a Kid Stash box that focused on Entomology. My 2 year old son had a blast digging through the contents, and pretending he was a bug collector.

This monthly subscription comes out with new themes every month.  It is geared towards ages 3-7, and costs $27.99 per month.  You can pick whether you want a box geared towards a boy or a girl.  This is definitely worth the money you spend!  Most of the items retail for more than what you pay.  Most of the boxes come with a craft, book, and toys focused on the month's theme. 

You can follow Kid Stash on Facebook to receive the latest updates and news about the product.

Our box contained a pamphlet that described the Entomology theme, and provided details about each item that we received.  The four items we received in the box were fantastic for my bug-loving son!

The first item in the Kid Stash box was this Big View Bug Jar.  If you push the top of the ladybug, the wings pop open.  There is a huge magnifying glass to view any bugs you catch in your bug jar.  

This inflatable grasshopper was a hit with my toddler!  It was surprising to see how super-sized this inflatable insect was...about 2 feel long!  It was neat to see the details of the grasshopper up close and be able to describe the different parts of the insect.

Our Kid Stash box also contained the book "The Leaf Men" by William Joyce.  This is such a cute, illustrated story.  This imaginative story captured my son's attention, and we were able to point out different insects throughout the book.  In my opinion, the book really captured the main idea of the Entomology theme. 

The Artzooka! Clothespin Wings Craft is a great craft!  It contains enough items to make four creative insects. 

*I highly recommend Kid Stash for any occasion--birthdays, educational toys, and as a gift!  Kid Stash provided me a complimentary subscription box in exchange for my review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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