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The 18 Best Toddler Subscriptions of 2020

The Best Toddler Subscription Boxes by My Subscription Addiction

Updated April 2, 2020

Toddlerhood is a time for your child to learn, to play, and to explore the environment that surrounds them. Wondering how to best facilitate this growth in your little one? There are a number of subscription boxes for toddlers that will help you engage with them in a way that’s instrumental to their expanding intelligence, social, and emotional growth. This list also includes some great toddler subscriptions that will send you kids’ clothes, crafts, books, and more. Get ready for some educational play!

Want more ideas? Check out our complete list of kids subscription boxes!

 

Toddler Subscription Box Options Offering Ideas for Educational Play

1. Koala Crate by Kiwi Crate

Koala Crate toddler subscription box contents.

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Price: Plans start at $19.95 per month, or save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Expiring Soon! Use code AUTUMN to save 50% off your first box!

What You Get: KiwiCo is a kid’s subscription box company that offers babies, toddlers, kids, teens, and adults monthly installments of educational play activities, with all the materials you need included in the box. Ready to inspire your young innovators, artists, designers, makers, and scientists with monthly hands-on educational projects, this high-quality subscription is prepared to challenge young minds with play-based projects. The Koala Crate includes simple crafts, story-based learning tools, and more for pre-K level learning.

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Check out our Koala Crate reviews, all our KiwiCo reviews, and our Koala Crate details for more info! Ships to the US for free and internationally (find rates here).

 

2. Stitch Fix Kids

Little boys clothes from Stitch Fix Kids review.

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Price: $20 styling fee per Fix, applied to any items you decide to keep. Subscribe here!

What You Get: If you’re overwhelmed with the idea of dressing your growing toddler, let the styling team at Stitch Fix do it for you. Stitch Fix Kids is part of the personal styling service Stitch Fix, offering sizes 2T-14 for boys and girls. You’ll start by filling out a kid-focused style survey, then a stylist will choose 8-12 items that fit your kid’s preferences. The $20 styling fee includes free shipping and free returns, and if you keep any items, that $20 fee will be deducted from the total. Plus, if you keep all the items, you’ll get a 25% discount on your order!

Check out our Stitch Fix Kids reviews and Stitch Fix Kids details to learn more. Ships free to the US only.

 

3. Lovevery

Baby Montessori toys from Lovevery subscription.

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Price: Starts at $36 per month + shipping. Subscribe here!

What You Get: The team behind Lovevery is all about educational play, which is why the Montessori-style toys included in this subscription for babies and toddlers are all focused on learning new age-appropriate skills. With boxes specific to small age ranges starting at birth and working its way up to 24 months, this subscription changes as your baby grows, ensuring they are engaged and challenged in a way that’s fitting for their development.

Take a look at our Lovevery reviews and our Lovevery details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

4. Lillypost

Three kids books from the Lillypost mixed book subscription.

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Price: Starting at $19.95 a box, with discounts for longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code SPRINGSAVINGS to save 30% off your first box!

What You Get: Lillypost lets you choose whether you’d like to receive board books, picture books, or a mix of both, then sends you a set of 3 books each month, all individually wrapped like presents for your toddler! Lillypost books are up to 50% off retail prices. What’s more, for every book you buy, Lillypost donates a book to a toddler in need.

Take a look at our Lillypost reviews and our Lillypost details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada

 

5. Hoppi Box

Open subscription box with baby and toddler toys shown.

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Price: $75 per quarter. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA5 to save $5 off your first box!

What You Get: Hoppi Box sends you 4-5 sustainable toys to match your child’s age and developmental milestones. Boxes are curated by child development experts and are delivered each quarter. Plus, shipping is free!

Take a look at our Hoppi Box reviews and our Hoppi Box details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

 

6. Little Fun Club

Little Fun Club subscription shipping box with tons of books on display.

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Price: $19.95 a month for 2 books, $24.95 a month for 3 books. Discounts for longer subscriptions and options for add-ons. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSAISAWESOME to save 20% off your first month-to-month box!

What You Get: Little Fun Club subscriptions send you and your child 3 age-appropriate books to share. You can expect new titles, board books, award-winning children’s literature, and educational books, too.

Take a look at our Little Fun Club reviews and our Little Fun Club details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US ($5) and Canada.

 

7. Why and Whale

Baby toys and sunscreen from Why and Whale subscription.

Image from our review.

Cost: Starts at $57.42 per month with discounts for longer subscriptions and gifting options. Subscribe here!

What You Get: It’s a lifestyle box for your toddler! Each month, your child will receive American-made, age-appropriate toys, books, accessories, and apparel! Why and Whale boxes contain up to 6 items from popular brands to keep your toddler having fun and feeling fab.

Take a look at our Why and Whale reviews and our Why and Whale details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.

 

8. Amazon STEM Toy Club Subscription

Young girl performing a science experiment with the Amazon STEM Club subscription.

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Price: $19.99 per month. Subscribe here!

What You Get: The Amazon STEM Club sends your child a new science, technology, engineering, or math toy in every box. The toys you receive are tailored towards your toddler’s age range, so you can expect age-appropriate items that will challenge and inspire their imagination!

Take a look at our Amazon STEM Toy reviews and our Amazon STEM Toy details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

 

9. Little Passports: Early Explorers

Little Passports Science Expeditions subscription featuring forensic science for kids.

Image from our review.

Cost: $16.95 per month. Subscribe here!

What You Get: Little Passports’ Early Explorers box helps introduce geography and global cultures to your child. Your first box will be an “Explorers Kit” including a suitcase, world map, passport, and stickers to start your child on their journey. Subsequent boxes feature booklets, fun souvenirs, trading cards, and photos inspired by a different destination!

Take a look at our Little Passports reviews and our Little Passports details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

10. Bookroo

Three kids books from Bookroo subscription.

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Price: $19.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA15 to save 15% off your first box!

What You Get: Bookroo was created to help your child fall in love with reading. Choose to receive board books, picture books, or chapter books to read to your toddler. Each Bookroo box comes with 2-3 books, along with extra information on the books, and additional ideas for learning and fun activities!

Read our Bookroo reviews or check out our Bookroo details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US ($4.99), Canada ($16), and worldwide (shipping costs vary).

 

11. The Preschool Box

Price: $27.49 per month for one child and $39.99 per month for two children. Subscribe here!

What You Get: Each Preschool Box contains fun activities aimed to help teach your toddler beginning phonics skills, counting, shapes, colors, writing, and more! You can expect fun items like stickers, books, crafts, and games, plus a Parent Guide.

Check out our Preschool Box reviews and Preschool Box details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.

 

12. Sensory Theraplay Box

Sensory TheraPlay box with books and toys.

Image from our review.

Cost: $39.95 a month or save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code WELCOME to save 10% off your first box!

What You Get: Sensory Theraplay boxes are designed to bring joy to children with autism and other sensory needs. Curated by licensed occupational therapists, each exciting box includes items like putty, textured tactile toys and fidgets, craft activities, light up toys, drawing utensils, and other unique finds.

Take a look at our Sensory Theraplay reviews and our Sensory Theraplay details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US (cost varies) and Canada for $22.

 

13. Kidbox

Girls clothes and unicorn purse from Kidbox subscription.

Image from our review.

Price: $0.00 + free shipping and returns! Only pay for what you keep. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code TRY10 to get 10% off your first order + free shipping!

What You Get: It’s a styling service just for kids! Like many adult styling services, Kidbox picks items based on the size and style preferences you and your child specify when signing up. You’ll get up to 5 items for your toddler to try on before buying. Return whatever doesn’t work out for no charge. If you keep the whole box, Kidbox will also make a donation to a charity of your choice!

Read our Kidbox reviews or check out our Kidbox details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.

 

14. Bluum

Fun kids stuff from Bluum box.

Image from our review.

Price: $34 a month. Subscribe here!

What You Get: Owned and operated by moms, Bluum was created to help new parents navigate the sometimes overwhelming world of toddler products. Each month, Bluum sends subscribers at least 4 full-size items from beloved brands like Melissa & Doug, Hape and Green Toys, and more!

Take a look at our Bluum reviews and our Bluum details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.

 

15. Highlights Book Clubs

Let's Play Hidden Pictures book subscription from Highlights.

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Price: Starts at $39.98 for 3 months + shipping. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Get your first shipment for free! (plus $2.98 shiping). No coupon needed - just use this link.

What You Get: Some parents may remember Highlights from when they were kids, and they’re still going strong! This 3-, 6-, or 12-month book club has exciting hidden picture books for ages 3-6+ and puzzle books for ages 4-7+. Choose which category coordinates with your child’s age and let the educational books come to you!

Ships to the US.

 

16. Ecocentric Mom

Ecocentric Mom box featuring toys and a book for kids, and skincare products for mom.

Image from our review.

Price: $36.99 a month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA5 to save $5 off your subscription!

What You Get: Ecocentric Mom is a great way to discover organic, natural, and eco-lifestyle products for you and your toddler! Ecocentric Mom subscriptions are customized based on age, letting you choose your subscription based on your family’s needs.

Take a look at our Ecocentric Mom reviews and our Ecocentric Mom details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free and Canada for $7.

17. Green Piñata

Green Pinata June 2018 - Box contents

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Price: $24.99 a month. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MYSUBSCRIPTIONADDICTION50 or PINATA20 to save 50% off your first month with code MYSUBSCRIPTIONADDICTION50 or 20% off any gift subscription with code PINATA20

What You Get: This is a great way to get non-toxic, electric-free, educational toys for your tiny tot! Green Piñata boxes contain up to 4 safe, sustainable toys that you can rent for as long as you’d like and return when you’re ready. Save money, reduce clutter, and be green!

Take a look at our Green Piñata reviews and our Green Piñata details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free.

18. My Petite French

My Petite French Best Toddler Subscription Boxes

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Price: $125 every other month. Subscribe here!

What You Get: My Petite French Box delivers French children’s clothing and wellness products every other month. Each My Petite French Box contains up to 7 full-sized products, including apparel, fashion accessories, educational products (like bilingual books), and toys, plus a surprise for parents, too!

Take a look at our My Petite French reviews and our My Petite French details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide (free in the US).

 

Explore even more subscription boxes for kids here!

 


Which of these boxes would you and your child want to try first? Tell us why in the comments!


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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.

Comments (5)

  1. This is one of the worst websites I have ever encountered to order and under stand if the order has been placed or not. Also, my wife could NOT get it to complete so she could enter the CC info so I ended up having to do it. Such a wasted of my time. 3 days of more than45 minutes each time. Fix this site and give a phone number for problems. PLEASE

  2. Subscriptions makes a child excited to check the mail, to have something that is just for them…something that makes them feel important. It’s not about the money, my daughter is 3 and she loves “writing” letters and receiving them.

    • How fun! I don’t know anyone who would think, especially in this day and age, to correspond through the mail with a child like that! I think that’s wonderful! Sending letters and cards! Oh I wish I knew a little one I could do this with! 🙂

  3. I don’t understand why anyone subscribes to the book clubs, they are so overpriced IMO. Children’s books are cheaper at TJ Maxx, on Amazon, Target and Amazon both regularly have buy 2 get 1 free book offers…if you are in the US and have an Ollie’s, they sell board books for $2. Not to mention buying used.

    I don’t even understand why there are so many of that type of sub.

    • Good tip, Amber, I didn’t know that! I think sometimes people like to sign up for a box whose curation they like and trust, and be surprised by what they are sent. Also for books especially, some folks like to support smaller businesses. I personally am more of a library-goer with my little gal. She can play and bring books home, it’s a 2-in-1 outing. But I’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for some kids books next time I can make it to TJ Maxx!

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