Didis Toy Box March 2019 Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Didis Toy Box is a monthly subscription dedicated to assisting parents in nurturing their child’s early development by sending out hand-picked toys tailored to the child’s age and developmental stage. The box contains 2-4 full-size toys each month. These are toys that educate through exploration, imagination, and discovery! Their goal is to make the world a little bit better each day and to spread the value of play by enriching your child’s and your lives together, by enhancing the way your child plays.

DEAL: Get 10% off your first order! Use coupon code FIRSTORDER.

The items were wrapped in an orange tissue paper with various info cards are resting on top of it.

Some of the toys came in individual packaging.

The card has a short hand-written letter for the subscriber.

At the back is Didis Toy Box Logo and a URL you can visit.

This babysitter notepad is a really helpful addition to the box. It serves as a guide for your kid’s babysitter on their do’s and don’ts and other necessary information about your child.

Everything in my March 2019 Didis toy box!

My First Touch & See Alphabet by PetitCollage ($12)

Offers large letters with grooves and directional arrows to guide young readers as they touch and trace the correct pattern, as well as liftable flaps that expose photographs of things that begin with that letter.

It’s an 18-page board book containing a visual alphabet with touch and feel textures. Also, they’re printed on FSC-certified paper.

The different textures featured in the alphabet book surely made my baby curious. There are also big and beautiful illustrations that kept her interested.

As for me, I like its clean layout. This is such a fun way of introducing letters and the corresponding objects to my baby.

PetitCollage Flash Cards Animals A-Z ($14) This alphabet kit contains 26 pieces of double-sided flashcards featuring colorful pictures of animals as well as corresponding upper and lower case letters.

Like the alphabet book, all the pictures are printed on FSC-certified paper using vegetable inks, making it a safe learning material you can give your toddler without any worries.

Ideal for kids ages 3 and up, these cards help improve a child’s image recognition and alphabet learning.

Orange Tree Toys Giraffe Pull Along ($11.86) It’s a beautiful wooden pull-along giraffe made with premium quality wood, handcrafted and hand painted by Orange Tree Toys’ trained designers.

The back of the box features a full photo of the giraffe.

This cute toy features a long white rope attached to the front part of the giraffe.

This toy is also BPA-free, lead-free, and non-toxic.

The toy is approximately 5 inches long, the ideal size for your child’s little hand to grasp. So cute and lots of laughs and giggles with this one!

Lilliputiens 2 Domino ($11.73) I’ve never seen a domino set as cute as this one!

This domino set comes in a cute, colorful sturdy flip-open box!

All the tiles are made using premium quality cardboard that features fun, friendly critters on one side and a Juliette-alphabet puzzle on the other side.

This game is very simple. From the set of bricks, you’ll just need to connect each end to the other bricks with the same picture. It’s a great game for kids, as it enhances their image recognition and at the same time analytical skills.

Flip the tiles and you’ll see a part of a picture which if you connect together, will form a bigger picture of a caterpillar with the complete alphabetical letter printed on its body. So cute! I’m not sure that it really matches my almost 14 month old’s developmental stage, but we can “play” together and with her big brother too.

This month’s Didis Toy Box is packed with another bunch of fun and entertaining toys for my kids! This subscription has been consistent in picking out premium quality and safe toys that my kids enjoy. My baby loves everything inside the box, but her favorite is the pull-along giraffe and the alphabet book. All the toys we got contributes to the development of various skills, so we are absolutely satisfied!

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