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Animal Trackers Club Review – September 2020

Animal Trackers Club is a monthly subscription box for kids that teaches children ages 3 and up about animals and habitats through hands-on learning. Every month children will explore a new animal through track cards, fact sheets, art activities, animal figures, and more!

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

About Animal Trackers Club

The Subscription Box: Animal Trackers Club

The Cost: $13.95 per month + $3.00 shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: Each month you will receive items that help your child explore a new animal, including track cards, learning activities, animal figures and magnets, masks, and more!

Ships to: the U.S.

Good to Know: Currently they only offer the Savanna habitat, but it looks like they have plans to add an Underwater habitat version!

Animal Trackers Club Review – September 2020

Before we get started on the contents of this shipment, I wanted to highlight a few items that we received in our Introductory Box that we also used for this month:

Please note the following items did NOT come in this box:


Animal Trackers Lunchbox

We received this cute tin lunchbox featuring Bode Bear and the Animal Trackers logo which is perfect for storing all of our animal gear each month as we collect it. It will also double as a place to play with our animal magnets!


Animal Tracks Card Ring

This is our Animal Tracks card ring. Each month we will receive an animal photo and track card that we can add to this ring as we discover new animals.


Animal Coloring Card

This animal coloring card will be used to track which animals we’ve already explored and which are still to come!


Now let’s see what we received this month!

My son was so excited to see which animal he received this month.


This month we received a great colored photograph of a Nile crocodile to add to our Animal Tracks ring. It is printed on thicker cardstock and has a hole at the top corner for us to easily add it.


My son added his newest card to the ring.


We received this intimidating crocodile magnet for him to add to his lunchbox.

He loves to add more to his collection.


The crocodile figure he received is very detailed and the quality is great. I personally love the size of these toys they aren’t small enough that you’re always misplacing (or stepping on them), but they are also small enough to fit in any bin, basket, or box for cleanup.


They always include a fun foam animal mask for us.


These are something the kids always have fun with!


This is our crocodile fact sheet. It has full-color images on the front with some sentences about them on the back. They include little pictures in the story so that the kids can help read, too!


Our activity this month was to build a crocodile using green plastic pieces that fit together. The instructions were clear and easy to read with the different sizes labeled for us.


There were three different sizes of these green rings.


First, we did some sorting and counting the pieces.


Then he got to work building his crocodile with a little help from me.

These little pieces were so fun to play with and they will make a great open-ended toy in addition to this cool crocodile.


He had some fun playing with his two crocodiles together.


This month we received two ‘Crocodile Lunch’ worksheets. The pages explored the concepts of greater than and less than and asked them to add a ‘crocodile’ mouth in between the two numbers after comparing them.


This is a new concept for both of my older children so I let each of them complete a worksheet. This was a fun way to teach them about greater and less than! My youngest wanted a worksheet to do as well, but he ended up adding the green circles to his pencil which I thought was a great fine motor activity for him!

Verdict: I really liked this month’s Animal Trackers Club box! My son loves his crocodile, magnet, mask, and the collectible cards he received and he had a lot of fun with the crocodile building activity. I thought it was unique and I love that we have these little pieces to play with and explore in other ways. The worksheets were also great for teaching some new math concepts to the kids. This box was definitely worth the $16.95 ($13.95 + $3.00 shipping) for us this month!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes, although you would start with the introductory box!

Check out all of our Animal Trackers Club reviews and for more ways to entertain your littles, head over to our list of the best subscription boxes for kids!

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Written by Brandi Dowell

Brandi Dowell

Brandi has loved the idea of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013. Now that she’s a mother of 3, she loves finding unique boxes to educate and entertain her kids while enjoying some more pampering boxes for herself. Her favorites these days are Lillypost, KiwiCo boxes & Wicked Good Perfume!

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