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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August 2014

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August

Nerd Block recently introduced two new subscription boxes: Nerd Block Junior for Girls and Nerd Block Junior for Boys. This is one of the few toy subscription boxes, and I think it’s a great subscription. Plus they ship worldwide with reasonable shipping costs!

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Girls

The Cost: $13.99 plus shipping. ($6 shipping to the US)

COUPON: Use coupon code SUPERHERO to save 10% off a subscription!

The Products: Geeky gear for kids ages 6-11. (This subscription is only toys – no t-shirt like the regular Nerd Block subscription).

Ships to: Worldwide!

Check out all of my NerdBlock Junior for Girls Reviews!

Want to swap for any items in this box? Check the Nerd Block Jr. Girls Swap page!

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Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August 2014 Barbie

Mega Bloks Barbie Build ‘n Play Puppy Park – Value $5

Littlest Pet Shop Magic Motion – Value $10

I couldn’t find this exact Littlest Pet, so I’m basing the value off a similar figure.

Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August 2014 Mario

Super Mario Bros. Wii Deluxe Enemy Danglers – Value $5

Angry Birds Star Wars Phone Dangler – Value $5

We got the same phone danglers in the boys box, and it does seem a little weird to send kids even one phone dangler. (I don’t have kids but I’m thinking most kids don’t have phones at this age?)

Nerd Block Jr. Girls Subscription Box Review – August 2014 Owl

Skylanders Giants Flingers Pencil Topper – Value $4

Owl Summer Fun Magazine – Value $6

Both of these items are duplicates with the boys box as well.

Verdict: We paid $20 for this box and received about $35 worth of items. Judging from the comments on the boy’s box, it seems like the phone danglers weren’t a good fit for kids boxes, but fortunately I think my cousin will like all the other items.

What did you think of the Nerd Block Jr. Girls Box this month?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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  1. I made a visit to my local Five Below store yesterday, and it seems that a lot of items that come in these jr boxes are pretty cheap now. My daughter was very disappointed in this box other than the Littlest Pet Shop. I’m going to give it one more month.

    Just an FYI, Nerd Block Classic for October is being curated by Kevin Smith 🙂

  2. My 9 year old daughter would hate this box……barbie ended about a year ago, and Littlest Pet shop when she was 5….. To say nothing of the boy items! She always finds something she wants from my Birchbox and PopSugar must have though!
    thanks for all of your great reviews

  3. My daughter was not happy at all the boy items in this box

  4. My 5 year old goddaughter has a phone. It is ridiculous.

  5. My son is 14 now, but we got him his first personal cellphone when he was 8. We got it for him because he did a lot of after school activities and his school wasn’t good about informing parents when they canceled practice. When we were kids, they let us use the office phone, but they discourage that now.

  6. Maybe they use the danglers in their iPod?

  7. I must live in a tech-savvy area. I don’t have kids, but my friends and co-workers do and it seems like every kid over the age of 7 has a smart phone and tablet. Our schools actually have the kids use iPads and email their homework to their teachers!

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