Kids Prize Pack Subscription Box Review & Coupon – January 2017

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Kids Prize Pack is a fun kids’ subscription box that centers its theme around books, toys, and activities each month. There are four age categories: Boys ages 4-8, Girls ages 4-8, Boys ages 9-12, Girls ages 9-12. The boxes range from early readers to chapter books along with age appropriate toys and collectibles. This is always such a fun box for my boys and they love the story and how the toys fit into the overall theme.

First look into our January box. My two boys are almost 6 and 9 (not sure how this happened and he got to be 9) and we are getting the 9-12 box. My older son loves to read and we are working at getting some longer more challenging chapter books so having the older box gives him books to grow into.

DEAL: Save 10% on your first month with code MARKETPLACE2016.

Each month, we get an information card that tells about the theme.  This month’s theme is an Arts and Crafts box that was curated by Farber-Castell! We love Farber-Castell products and I was excited from the first look into the box.

Every month there is a comic included. Some months it has its own card and is two-sided but this month it is on the back of the info card. My 9-year-old loves graphic novels and takes off with the comics each month as soon as they come in.

Wings of Fire: The Dragonet Prophecy ($6.29) – This is the first book in the six-book Wings of Fire Series. I love books that are in series and being able to really get into the characters and read it over multiple books and my son is starting to find that series book love as well. This one has some of his favorite reading sci-fi material in it with dragons and he said he’s adding this to his to be read pile on the top.

The beginning of a thrilling new dragon saga– now in paperback!

Clay and his friends have grown up under a mountain, secretly raised by the Talons of Peace to fulfill a mysterious prophecy. The five young dragons are destined to end the war that’s been raging between the tribes of Pyrrhia — but how they’ll do this, none of them knows.

But not every dragonet wants a destiny. When one of their own is threatened, Clay and his friends decide to escape. Maybe they can break free and end the war at the same time — or maybe they’ll risk everything …

Creativity for Kids Cardboard Race Cars ($7.97) – These look like so much fun and are on our to do when we are tracked out of school one day. I love that there are two so that each of my boys can create a car and then we can have some epic races. Everything is always epic when they are competing against one another.

Creativity Can Motion ($9.71) – These cans are fantastic and we’ve had other ones before but never the motion one. There are always so many pieces inside the can and even with the number right on the front it always takes me by surprise. My husband and I both went to college for engineering and our boys are both scientific minded so this will be fun for them. I can’t wait to see what all they can create.

It wouldn’t be an arts and crafts box without some coloring in there.

12 Triangular Colored EcoPencils ($5.58) – Shh don’t tell my boys but I stashed these in my craft room. I love the way they glide over the paper. I’ll be using them when I color with them and when I color on my own.

6 ct of Neon Gel Crayons (I can’t find this set online but a set of 12 goes for $14.99) – These are gorgeous and are great for large smooth strokes.

Color Fun Coloring Book ($4.76) – This is a great size and my youngest loves to color with me and we are slowly weeding out our little kid coloring books. This will be a great one to go in its place and we can use it at home or I can stash it in my bag for when we need some out and about activities.

Another exciting month for Kids Prize Pack. I’m an avid paper crafter so any kind of arts and crafts gets me excited and my boys take after me. They are currently tracked out of school for a couple weeks so these are all great activities for us to do during out time.  We are already fans of Faber-Castell at my house and this is the first box I’ve gotten that was curated by a specific company an I think they did a great job with their choices.

What do you think of the January Kids Prize Pack boys ages 9-12? Share below!
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