Kids Prize Pack is a fun kids’ subscription box that centers its theme aroundeach 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 April box. My two boys are now 6 and 9 and we get the 9-12 box. With the two boys we are flying through books lately so I love getting them something new each month.
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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.
100 Most Destructive Natural Disasters ($5.99) – My boys love these kinds of books and reading about disasters. They are also good points to use as things to start talking from. They have already started this one together.
Gigantic, powerful, devastating–these are the 100 most destructive natural disasters ever.
Next in the successful 100 MOST series, 100 Most Destructive Natural Disasters Ever will feature the world’s most devastating hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters. This book will investigate Mother Nature’s worst moments, from the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed over 200,000 people to the historic 1900 Galveston hurricane. It’s everything you ever wanted to know about natural disasters and a whole lot of things you didn’t.
Green Science Weather Science ($14.11) – This is awesome and we are saving it to start on a rainy day. My kindergartner did a weather lesson this year and my 3rd grader did a seeds and growing lesson so they are both into this one and can’t wait to see how it turns out.
Paracord Bracelet – Another fun and highly wanted item. I know that my friends kids have some of these but we haven’t yet so they were stoked to have their own.
Clip-in Compass ($5.48) – A fun item for the boys to play with outside. They are all into forts and the manhunt game so they can use this to work on their options.
Toysmith Bingo Card ($1.90) – We are a driving for trip family and while we have a couple of these we don’t have this one and I’m adding it to my stash for our next road trip.
This was a fun box from Kids Prize Pack. What boy doesn’t love natural disasters and being outside. The extra items always go great with the book and the theme each month which we all love. They send items that we can use and play with right away. They are especially loving the science experiment this month and when we have a free day we are going to get it going. I wonder what the next theme will be?
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