Create, Learn, & Play with Wonder Box

I firmly believe that learning should be fun and centered around play for young children.  If Bryson enjoys the process, he’s more likely to be encouraged and excited to learn.  The folks at Education.com believe this too and have introduced Wonder Box, a monthly subscription service that offers creative activities shipped right to your door.

Wonder Box Mad Scientist Craft Kit

The first thing you’ll notice when the Wonder Box arrives is the gorgeous packaging.  The extra effort and attention to detail in each box is impressive.  From the colors to the printed tags and instructions, the entire box is visually appealing.  Each project is packaged separately

Wonder Box Contents

There are three activities offered in each Wonder Box and sometimes you’ll find bonus projects.  To give you an idea of what you could receive, check out the three sample boxes from previous months.  We received the Mad Scientist Wonder Box filled with three projects and a bonus recipe for Bubble Bread.  I love that this box is fun for kids AND it teaches starting science, sorting and patterning, and color exploration.

Wonder Box I Spy Bottle Craft Education Activity

We chose the I Spy Bottle as our first Wonder Box activity.  It came with a clear, plastic bottle half filled with corn syrup, a pack of alphabet beads, and a pack of sequins.  After opening the alphabet beads, Bryson picked out the letters to add to our bottle.  As he picked them out, he shared with me the letter name and the sound it makes, then we counted each one as he dropped it into the bottle.  After that, I poured the sequins in and we talked about how the corn syrup felt- was it sticky? was it runny?  etc.  Finally, we filled the bottle with water and talked about how corn syrup and water don’t mix.

I Spy Bottle Wonder Box Educational Creativity Kit for Kids

With this one Wonder Box project, we covered the alphabet, counting, colors, and science!  Even better, the I Spy Bottle is fun even after the project is finished.  Both Bryson and Bella have continued to play with it, twisting & turning, hunting letters and colors, and simply enjoying watching the sequins and beads float around.

Wonder Box Educational Craft Kit Subscription for Kids

Also in the Mad Scientist Wonder Box

Magnet Magic

Kids use the magnetic magic wand to discover “what sticks” then keep the learning going with color and shape BINGO.

Magic Magnet Wonder Box Craft Kit for Kids

Sticker Mosaics

Share the broad world of science while sneaking in color and shape identification practice.

Bubble Bread

No better place to learn a bit of chemistry than in your own kitchen!

Wonder Box Educational Activity Craft Kit for Kids

Buy or Gift a Wonder Box

You can purchase the Wonder Box online.  Choose a monthly subscription for $19.99 or opt for the three month subscription for $58.99.  Both plans offer free shipping.  Use code GRAVY10 to receive $10 any Wonder Box purchase!  Wonder Box gift plans are also available and would be great for birthdays or Christmas.

Win a Wonder Box!

One winner will receive a Wonder Box.  This is a Rafflecopter giveaway. If you are reading this via e-mail or feed, please click over to the post to enter. Please allow sufficient time for the form to load. Thank you!

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We received a Wonder Box for review.  All thoughts and opinions remain my own, as always.

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Comments

  1. I really like the I spy bottle. It is perfect for my preschooler who is working on learning his letters.

  2. Shannon Baas says:

    christmas ornaments.

  3. Richard Morris says:

    it’d be cool to make a universe mobile

  4. april gonzales says:

    This looks so cool. I think my kids would love it!!

  5. Tricia Perau says:

    I’d like to see puppets and things like that…

  6. This looks so fun! Thanks for posting awesome products… I think Trey and I could have some fun with a wonder box!!

  7. My 3 year old would love this. They look like lots of fun!

  8. I’d like it win this for my daughter.

  9. My 3 year old would love this. It will help with the coming cold months. And he us loving learning letters.

  10. I love this idea. We walk a bit to get our mail each day and the kids get so excited to get mail or packages. They would just love to see this package arrive and have fun with all the cool activities involved… Thank you!

  11. I think this would be great for the kids. So much fun project potential here.

  12. Monica Lavoie says:

    I would love to win this for my little girl so she doesn’t get bored when she is stuck alone with me all day.

    Thanks

  13. My daughter just turned three and with these kits we would have hours of learning fun that wouldn’t bore her.

  14. I am not exactly sure what it is, but bubble bread sounds awesome!

  15. renee walters says:

    Christmas ornaments.

  16. Kathleen Downes says:

    I would love to win this for my son.

  17. It would be for my youngest son. I appreciate any idea that gets kids excited about education!

  18. You can do a holiday theme, Halloween is coming up. My kids love any craft they get to use their hands!

  19. Tracie Brown says:

    my daughter is so hands on and would love to make some of this stuff with me :)

  20. Would love to win these for my nieces!

  21. carolyn gelormini says:

    I would love to win this because it goes hand in hand with our sensory totes we do.

  22. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I would love to win this for my 3 year old son. Everything looks so fun, he loves doing crafts and different things! This would be perfect!

  23. like the I Spy Bottle. Would be great for rainy days when the kids can’t get out.

  24. I want to win for my 3 year old daughter. She’d love this!

  25. I like theme boxes that tie into books.

  26. I would want to win this for my daughter!

  27. I love this. I think a holiday box would be neat where the kids can make an ornament.

  28. That I Spy bottle is so cool! I want one to make for me! :)

  29. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    love idea of a holiday theme or a hide and seek type goody
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  30. I want to win it for my daughters, it would be nice to see some ideas for coming winter

  31. I think my niece would like this.

  32. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I would love it for my son. A mini sensory type bin would be cool. Busy bags are cool, too.

  33. Margaret Walker says:

    Christmas related things

  34. I would love this because it would give me ideas for activities to do with the kids – i can never cmoe up with good ideas on my own :)

  35. I like the mad scientist and once upon a time box

  36. Lindsey Gain says:

    My daughter would LOVE this! We have done a similar program with bugs and butterflies, so I think she’d enjoy Once Upon a Time.

  37. The I spy bottle looks great – my son would love it

  38. i love wonder box.it would be great to have

  39. Melanie Montgomery says:

    educational art projects would be nice.

  40. I would love to win the box for my young sons to share!

  41. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    If I won this would be a gift for my nieces!

  42. I would love to win this for my boys. They love science and nature.

  43. I would love to win this for my best friend’s daughter. I love that they encourage thoughtful play and she would be absolutely hooked on these!

  44. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I would love to see a beach or ocean themed wonder box. My son would love this!

  45. susan smoaks says:

    i would love to win because this is so much fun. i think a stained glass window kit would be fun!

  46. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    Would love to see maybe a bird house project bix

  47. Laurie Emerson says:

    I think a box which could include something for the celebration on Hanukkah would be great as I have never been able to find anything for this holiday.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  48. I love the I spy bottle project

  49. I could really use this for my son who was recently diagnosed w asbergers and could use more structure play at home,

  50. my daughter would like the bubble bread activity

  51. Christmas ornments. I love the holidays!

  52. Angie tim baldridge says:

    I love this never even heard of it until this

  53. Emily baldridge says:

    I love this it very different …I like to see some holiday stuff

  54. I would love a box exploring colors and how they combine to make others, blue + yellow = green

  55. nevaeh cullen says:

    Love this my girls are just now starting to get big enough to enjoy crafts,, I like to see some identified characters

  56. these are so cool!!

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