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Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – December 2015

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Nerd Block is the parent company for the original Nerd Block box, plus Horror Block, Arcade Block, and Comic Block subscriptions full of treats for all various types of nerds and geeks. For the tiniest nerds and geeks, they also have Nerd Block Jr. in both a boys’ and girls’ variety!

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

The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Girls

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

COUPON: Use code NERDADDICTION to save 17% off your first month.

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

Ships to: Worldwide!

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Mr. Bean’s Teddy Bear – Value $7.25

My Kids aren’t into Mr. Bean… are any kids? It seems like he was a thing so long ago! They’re a little old for teddy bears, too, so this little guy went into my nephew’s gift bag. Very cute, though!

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Tomorrowland Figure Athena – Value $7

My boys aren’t into Tomorrowland, either! Maybe they’re not the enormous nerds I’ve been boasting about? We made a fairly mighty donation to Toys for Tots this year, though, and this little girl went on the pile.

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Disney Frozen Olaf Doodle N’ Go Keychain Activity – Value $6

I don’t know what happened with Disney’s Frozen, but the little girls who are into Frozen are HARDCORE! My little niece is one of those girls, so this went straight into her gift bag!

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My Magical Mermaid Corissa Doll – Value $5.20

The boys got a Robo Fish in their box this month from the same company, Goliath. The mermaid works on the same principle – it’s water activated and actually swims in water! Too cool! My niece will love this!

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Angry Birds Blind Bags – Value $5

My kids have been into Angry Birds for years now, and they still love them!

Star Wars Episode VII Pen – Value $3

My sons can seriously not get enough Star Wars Swag! This was a big hit!

The Verdict: It’s always a little tricky for me to comment on Nerd Block Jr. for Girls since I don’t have daughters, but I think a little girl with nerdish leanings in this age range would love it! Fully half the things that come every month are gender neutral, for starters, and my boys love Nerd Block Jr. for Boys. Everything else winds up going to my niece usually, and she loves the goodies, too! This month they included an extra present for Christmas, and the value of the box came to a little over $33, which is great for a $20 box!

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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.

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Comments (4)

  1. I been looking for a subscription for my daughter ..i came across nerd block jr girls(& boys) last year but didn’t subscribe to daughter loves variety and not to be stuck in a gender having to choose which box to get her was a no for me and I didn’t want to buy two boxes so she could have a variety! also when looking at the unboxing none of this seems like it would be worth it to me(or her) it’s all cute fun stuff but nothing she would wanna keep or play with longer than a week(if even)
    Right now we get lootcrate and she really likes it(as do i) i hope they come out with a kids version(as they just launch a pets version lol)

  2. My daughters would love this for the Mr. Bean teddy alone! They recently watched it and they quote him nonstop!

  3. I do think it’d be better if this box was reviewed with someone that had girls.

    The teddy bear is adorable and I think my 11 yo would love it by itself, without it mattering that it be a Mr. Bean product. Indeed, I swapped for one and gave it to my husband but he didn’t care for it, so I think my daughter will take it.

    I’ve no idea what tomorrowland is either, but I think my girl would like that figurine, if only because she has a similar sized scary figurine that could go with it.

    The other toys are for younger kids, and look like stuff you could get at the dollar store. And Frozen is so passe with so many girls. It’s like they OD’d on it.

    In any case, Nerd Block Girl just doesn’t cut it for me. My 11 yo loves Horror Block and for $10 more it’s just a better box plus it has a cool t-shirt.

  4. I wish they would stop using old stock from other boxes to fill up new ones. The Mr. Bean teddy was in the Classic Block ages ago. This is why I’m leaning towards ending my subscription to horror block after this month.

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