Hoppi Box March 2017 Subscription Box Review

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Hoppi Box is a quarterly subscription that sends 3-5 high-quality toys and books for children ages 0-3 to your home. Toys are selected according to your child’s developmental needs by child development experts. Included selections help to facilitate fine motor, cognitive and social skill development in young learners. Featured brands include Hape, Moulin Roty, Tegu and Plan Toys.

Subscriptions cost $75 each quarter with discounts available for annual prepaid subscriptions. Shipping is free and is only available to United States addresses. With each new subscription, Hoppi Box will send a toy to a child in need through its work with charity partners.

Each box of toys and books arrived neatly packaged and well protected for shipping.

My daughter’s March 2017 Hoppi Box!

I found the enclosed information card very helpful. It included milestones and pointers on how to support my child’s learning experiences.

Hoppi Box also provided descriptions for each item. I couldn’t wait to start playing with these toys with my daughter!

My daughter loved these Left Right Ergonomic Crayons by Ooly ($8). Made from non-toxic polymer, these were especially designed to make coloring more easier and more comfortable for little hands. Eco-friendly and completely erasable too!

She started drawing on the paper using the ergonomic crayons right away!

Go-Fish-Go Bead Maze by Hape ($16) is not your ordinary fish-shaped toy. It promotes hand-eye coordination, as well as dexterity and manipulation.

My daughter had a lot of fun with the hand-held maze! She’s in that stage where her imagination grows quickly, so this toy is just perfect for her.

Let’s Play by Herve Tullet ($16) is a book filled with colors and shapes – something that will surely tickle a young mind’s imagination.

My daughter had fun flipping through the pages of this book. She just loves marveling at all those patterns and colors!

Next item in the box was the Beginner Puzzle Set by Petit Collage ($13.99) which contains a 3-piece, 4-piece, 5-piece, and 6-piece puzzle. I appreciate that they separated the puzzles in varying degrees of difficulty so I can let my daughter start with the easiest and move on to advanced puzzles when she is ready.

Here’s my daughter trying out the 3-piece puzzle!

Last but not the least is Cloud Bath Toy by Moluk ($14)! It’s a cloud-shaped bath time toy that needs to be filled with water. It will be useful in teaching kids about the weather or how the clouds work.

My daughter was so fascinated with the water coming out from the toy!

She was really enjoying it! And the fun part for me: the toy is easy to clean, no mess, no molds!

My daughter and I were both happy with this batch of toys from Hoppi Box. Everything’s age appropriate, enjoyable, and high-quality. This subscription great in keeping up with my daughter’s age and stage!

Do you subscribe to Hoppi Box? Do you look forward to receiving your box every quarter?


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