Monday, September 9, 2013

New Kids Subscription Xplore Box Review

It has been such a busy couple weeks, that we really have not been able to get into our boxes and play with them like we usually do. However, we recently got the chance to try out the Xplore Box, and I must say I am very impressed. As a big fan of science all through high school and college, I was excited to share the Xplore Box with our little one.

What is the Xplore Box?

The Xplore Box was started by a Team made up of professionals with experience in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields. As children they enjoyed the hands-on projects and STEM activities that ultimately led us to careers in STEM. This amazing team has now created the Xplore Box that is curated to help engage and take an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Each month a hands-on kits and toys are delivered to your door for your child, “Turning little tinkers into big thinkers!” Great for kids ages 7 to 12!

Cost: $29.95

First  Xplore Box

Kitchen Science Kit

This looks like something that I could have fun doing. So much fun!  This kit has activities from generating electricity, launching a rocket, to creating a volcanic eruption. These are all made with items that can also be found in your kitchen. This was something that I left to Daddy to help the little one to do, as she is just a tad young to really do these on her own.

Gummy Bear Tower

This was  ton of fun. I must say I think our little one was eating just as many while we were building. One for the tower, two for her tummy. Haha. It was a lot of fun though. However, she also had a lot of fun demolishing it.

Xplore Noteboox and Pencil

Loved the pink pencil, and even though our little one is younger than the recommended age, she loved the notebook. She has already started to doodle in it.

TICKLED PINK OPINION: I really think that Xplore Box is such a great box for kids. It is great to get little minds going, thinking, and being creative. Who knows he or she could be the next Rocket Scientist, Astronaut, Engineer, etcIt is never too young to start letting kids exploring, being creative, using their imaginations, and using their brain.

What did you think of the First Xplorer Box? If you would like to learn more about Xplore Box or to sign up, you can HERE.

Until next time
Stay Tickled Pink,

*This box was provided for review purposes only. I only review and post about products that interest me. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received

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