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Our Subscription Box KIDS Favorites for December 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:


Becca’s Favorite: 

The Item: The entire Green Kid Crafts Box

The Cost: $29.95

From: Monthly Science & Art Kids Subscription Box | Green Kid Crafts

COUPON: Use code JOY60 to save $12 off any subscription!

Why I love it: Green Kid Crafts always has a fun theme, and this “Artic Science” theme was one of my boys’ favorites. We turned our entire day into an Arctic day and loved supplementing these activities with worksheets, videos, and books. The perfect collaboration for a educational, yet fun day. The Northern Lights postcards turned out so cute, and made for perfect thank you notes after gift receiving!

Read our December Green Kid Crafts review & more reviews by Becca!


Brandi’s Favorite:

The Item: Wild Republic Polar Bear

The Cost: $12.99 (currently on sale for $9.09)

From: My Zoo Box

COUPON: Use code 1STBOXFREE6 or 1STBOXFREE12 to get first box FREE with a 6 or 12-month subscription!

Why I love it: This cuddly little polar bear has not left my son’s side since he received it! This adorably soft bear is well made and has been named Spirit Jr. and even I can’t resist picking him up when I see him to feel that soft fur! While I am not a huge fan of stuffed animals, seeing how excited my son was definitely helped!

Read our December My Zoo Box review & more reviews by Brandi!


Christen’s Favorite:

I Really Want to See You, Grandma children's book

The Item: I Really Want to See You, Grandma by Taro Gomi

The Cost: $11.39 on Amazon

From: Little Feminist Book Club

Why I love it: My two-year-old daughter has been having so much fun with this book—and I have, too. I love that the words are minimal, so she has caught onto “reading” along with me quickly, and it also allows for some flexibility with how we want to approach the book on any given night at bedtime. Sometimes we just enjoy it as-written and let it be a quick read; other evenings we’ll go off-script and identify all the different modes of transportation the characters take, or talk about who else is represented in the pages. Most of all, it’s just so sweet how the grandmother and grandchild in this book will stop at nothing to be together! 

Read our December Little Feminist Book Club Ages 2-4 review & more reviews by Christen!


What do you think of our kids’ subscription box favorites for December? 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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