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Our Subscription Box KIDS Favorites for November 2020!

Kids Favorites

Welcome to our monthly post highlighting our favorite discoveries in a new category: KIDS subscription boxes! Here are our favorite children’s books, kids clothing items, art projects, and more from the past month:


Haley’s Favorite:

The Item: Rain! by Linda Ashman 

The Cost: $7.99

From: Little Feminist Book Subscription 

COUPON: Use code SUBADDICTION to save $10 on any subscription!

Why I love it: I love this book! First, the art is really sweet. Second, the wording is minimal and the whole story can be picked up just by looking at the illustrations which is excellent for my kids to “read” this on their own. Third, the story is precious and reminds me so much about how our moods and emotions can “set the tone” around us and the impact of pessimism.

Read our November Little Feminist Book Club review for Ages 0-2 & more reviews by Haley!


Becca’s Favorite: 

The Item: The entire November Koala Crate 

The Cost: $19.95

From: Koala Crate

COUPON: Get 40% off your first month! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why I love it: This month’s theme was “Pirate”, and my boys were absolutely stoked to get to make their very own hat, create a parrot prop, and design their own sailboats. I don’t think a day has gone by that I haven’t had to “walk the plank!”

Read our November Koala Crate review & more reviews by Becca!


Brandi’s Favorite:

The Item: Spottington by Eeboo

The Cost: Retail Value $21.99

From: Sensory Theraplay

Why I love it: We already love the game Spot It! And this is similar but is more of a board game. You get six different colored Spottington tokens and 250 spottings cards. Each has a different image that you have to spot on the game board which is made up of six different hexagonal pieces. The pieces fit together and the roads match up no matter where you place them or which way you arrange them and since they are also double-sided, it makes the game different each time you play! This game is really fun, and I could see it being a great independent activity for honing visual perception skills. There are a lot of ways you could modify this game to suit the needs of your child, too!

Read our November Sensory Theraplay review & more reviews by Brandi!


What do you think of our kids’ subscription box favorites for November? And what discoveries ended up being a fave for you and your kid(s)?

Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

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