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Bramble Box Subscription Box Review – March 2015

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Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 March

Bramble Box Props is a monthly subscription service for children that sends play materials centered around a theme, such as post office or detective.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Inside

The Subscription Box: Bramble Box Props

The Cost: $25

The Products: Gender neutral play materials grouped by theme to inspire creative exploration in kids age 3-8

Ships to: US & Canada

Check out all of our Bramble Box Props reviews!

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Theme

Spring is here! Kind of! And with it returns our six-legged friends, BUGS! This month’s theme is Bug Scientist, and included in March’s package is this helpful information on bug sorting, and another card listing some fun bug facts.

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 More Info

On the reverse sides, they included a Bug Identification Key and some Activity Ideas. I was very pleased to see that one of the activities listed was OUTDOOR Bug Hunting! I hope the kids keep it outside!

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Book

I LOVE seeing a book in a child subscription box, and this one got great reviews on Amazon (! This is Caterpillars, Bugs, and Butterflies: A Take-Along Guide by Mel Boring, illustrated by Linda Garrow.

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Book Inside

Here’s a peek inside the book. It provides loads of information on all kinds of different creepy critters!

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Bug Gear

Bramble Box also included a net to catch various insects, some stickers, and a jar of plastic bugs to practice with! So fun!

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Craft Supplies

This month Bramble Box included materials to make a craft. It’s a 2 in 1 Butterfly Bead Craft! No additional materials were required.

Bramble Box Subscription Box Review & Coupon – March 2015 Butterfly

I am proud of my son for choosing to do the butterfly instead of the caterpillar. Butterflies are way more beautiful and special, even if they are kind of girly! I supposed he could have done both, but there was a googly eye involved with the caterpillar… I knew once he stuck that on, he would never disassemble it.

Verdict: I really like Bramble Box so far, and so does my seven-year-old! I think he really preferred this month’s box, too! They provide a lot of different activities and materials for a very reasonable price. This month’s theme and activities were a lot more educational than last month’s, and I hope they keep it up. As long as my son keeps the bugs outside the house, I am very happy with it!

What do you think of Bramble Box?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

1 Comment

  1. We got the Bramble Box through a trial for this month, and I’m glad we only paid half price. I liked the book, but it was definitely beyond the understanding of my daughter at this age; she just liked the pictures. I was also disappointed that the net and magnifying jar came from Oriental Trading Company. That just says cheap to me and makes me think they’re making a heck of a profit on full price boxes.

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