PeelyPack Sticker Subscription Review + Coupon- September 2016
PeelyPack is a monthly pack of stickers for kids.
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The Subscription Box: PeelyPack
The Cost: Classic PeelyPack $11.99 a month + free shipping or Family PeelyPack for $19.99 a month (double the stickers)
COUPON: Use code GET25OFF to save 25% off your first box!
The Products: A large activity page to color based around the month’s theme and at least 10 sheets of stickers
Ships to: US and Canada
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This review is for the original PeelyPack for $11.99.
September’s theme was Back to School. The back of the info card is a lunch box page perfect for filling with the food stickers.
This activity page was a huge hit for my son. He’s in kindergarten and is learning letter sounds. He had fun matching the pictures with their initial sounds. The page is also meant to be colored in with crayons or markers if you want, but so far my kids have stuck with just using stickers to decorate it.
Various Stickers – Value $8.00?
While some of the stickers fit the Back to School theme, like the letters, others were just fun random additions. My son liked the transportation stickers (shown up close to show the metallic gold edges), letters and robots the most this month.
This month Peely Pack partnered with Chroma Club and included a coloring sheet. Read our reviews of Chroma Club to learn more!
Here is the complete Peely Pack activity sheet that my son did matching the pictures with their beginning letters. This sheet felt more purposeful than previous months’ and I enjoyed the educational aspect as did my son.
Verdict: We had fun with our PeelyPack this month. My kids both love playing with stickers and the activity page was a nice way to “guide” them with an alternate way to use the stickers rather than just put them on plain paper which is what they usually do.
What do you think of PeelyPack?