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 March box. My two boys are now 6 and 9 and we get 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. The info card says February but this is the March box so I’m thinking that was just a typo.
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Each month, we get an information card that tells about the theme. This month’s theme is Movie Night and we were all excited as soon as we saw it. We love movies and from the first look, my youngest son claimed the book. He loves the Goosebumps movie and can’t wait to read the book.
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.
Goosebumps Movie Novel ($5.99) – I said above but Goosebumps is my youngest son’s current favorite movie and it has gotten him into reading all of the books. We don’t have the movie companion so he ran off with this one for his nightly reading. He couldn’t wait to get into it.
THE GOOSEBUMPS MOVIE captures the chills, thrills, and giggles of Scholastic’s original bestselling series. Jack Black stars as author R. L. Stine.
* With exclusive introduction from the REAL R. L. Stine! Plus eight pages of color pictures from the movie. *
Zach, 16, has just moved from NYC to a creepy small town. He soon realizes his new neighbor, Hannah (also 16), is in danger. When he tries to rescue her, he accidentally unleashes the monsters created and brought to life by her writer father, R.L. Stine.
Now it’s up to Zach, Hannah, and Stine to get the monsters back in their books where they belong. Can they stop the monsters… for good?
You can’t have movie night without popcorn and I’ve always looked at getting popcorn cups and just haven’t done it. I’m so excited to make our first round in these bowls.
Star Wars Fun on the Go R2D2 set ($5.65) – I love these kinds of activities and being able to take them with us when we are out and about. I know my boys are older but I still like to have some quiet activities if we go somewhere that I know we will need to be on our best behavior for awhile.
All boxes that come with Funko POP items are wins in our book. We love all of them and getting two in here was a great bonus.
Doctor Strange Funko POP keychain ($6.50) – This reminds me that I still need to watch this movie. I never made it to the theater to see it but now that it is out for home viewing I’ll catch up. My oldest wants to watch it too and took off with this to add to his backpack. Keychains are the perfect accessory for backpacks and he really goes with the more the merrier. He was very excited.
Black Ranger Funko POP ($7.99) – Another exciting item. I remember the Power Rangers from the first time around but my boys are excited to see the new movie. I’m thinking that will be one that my husband takes them to since I’m not really that into it although I’ve heard it isn’t as campy as the original was so we’ll see. This guy is really cute and I do love all the detail they put into him.
Just check out his little backside detail. I really had to laugh when I turned him around and there was actual definition back there. Funko POP does such a great job on all of their figures and we never tire of getting them.
This was the perfect monthly them for us from Kids Prize Pack. We love movies and the franchises they included were so perfect for my boys and really most boys and girls. They were very excited for all the items and we are all set up for a night in. I’m really thinking of doing my own night in so I can check out the POPCorn bowls. I’m sure they have to be tested before the boys use them. I mean that is what any good mother would do. Right?
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