Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Wonder Box Delivers Fun and Educational Activities to Your Child Every Month! (GIVEAWAY)

My kids love to get surprises in the mail, so they were really excited to receive a Wonder Box for review! This monthly subscription service from Education.com delivers a box of fun activities right to your child’s door! The Wonder Box is designed specifically for children ages 3 to 6, but as you’ll see below, even my 8-year-old sons loved the Wonder Box.

Each monthly Wonder Box includes instructions and everything your child needs to complete 3 hands-on projects that explore a kid-pleasing theme. Parents will be happy to know that the people at Education.com work with a team of teachers and curriculum experts to develop activities that build critical skills. All of the activities are tested by kids and parents to make sure they get high marks! Along with the Wonder Box, each recipient receives access to an exclusive web page full of additional activity ideas.

My boys received a Wonder Box called “The Mad Scientist.”


As you can see above, the box comes filled with everything we needed to do all of the activities. Here are pictures of Austen doing the I Spy Bottle and Magnet Magic activities.

I Spy Bottle

Magnet Magic

Each activity comes with clear instructions and suggestions for parents to lead the discussion with their child. And I love that the activities encourage additional play after the activity is done. For instance, Austen had fun for days going all over the house with the magnet wand to see what it would stick to! And we have continued to play the Bingo game together. He has also used the extra letter beads from the I Spy Bottle for other projects. So, not only are kids doing the activities in the box, but they’re using their imaginations to think up other things they can do with the materials they receive.

A Wonder Box subscription makes a fantastic gift. Your child or grandchild will receive a surprise every month. He’ll be learning and having fun at the same time! Head over to www.education.com/wonder-box/ to learn more about the Wonder Box. And CLICK HERE to see additional Wonder Box samples. They offer several subscription options and gift packages to fit your budget and your family’s needs.

GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive a Wonder Box for their child! To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end at 11:59 PM ET on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.



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92 comments:

  1. The box has monthly themes: crafts, science & more.

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  2. i learned that each box is different and extraordinary!!!

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  3. i learned that each box is different and extraordinary!!

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  4. The Nature box comes with a cookie recipe! That's my kind of educational material:)

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  5. I like the once upon a time box.

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  6. I learned that it comes with 3 different projects.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  7. I learned that Parents mag reviewed them! :)

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  8. 3 to 6 year olds the box is for

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  9. I learned that you can send them as gifts. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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  10. Ed the Otter is Wonder Box's official mascot

    felecia@twinoaksfl.org

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  11. I learned that Ed the otter is the mascot.

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  12. I learned they are available for gifts for either 3, 6, or 12 month subscriptions.

    Jessica Eaton Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  13. I love that they include a recipe and that they are wonderfully unisex!

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  14. Boxes ship on the 15th of each month.

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  15. I learned you can get subscriptions and each has a theme

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  16. Anonymous6:41 PM

    HORTON111@AOL.COM

    A box a month for curious kids 3 to 6.

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  17. I learned that each box is designed to work on core kindergarten skills.

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  18. Ed the otter is their mascot is what I learned
    debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

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  19. I learned that the Nature box includes a Nature Treasure Hunt, "A kid decorated specimen collection bag and our deck of nature cards are all you need for a scavenger hunt with Mother Nature." Thanks for the chance to win!

    slbastin at gmail dot com

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  20. parents mag reviewed them
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  21. i love all the different themes! the once upon a time looks so fun too!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  22. I learned that the boxes are for children 3-6 yrs old.They handpick 2 projects and it comes with all the supplies.They use quality materials. Thank you for the awesome giveaway! :)

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  23. There are 3 projects per box.

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  24. Ed the otter is the mascot

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  25. I learned that they have themed monthly boxes.I love that they have everything you need.

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  26. I learned that they have different themes each month!

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  27. Different themes, mailed to u

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  28. I learned this about their mascot -
    Ed the Otter was hired because otters are playful and curious creatures who love to explore and have fun in their world... just like Wonder Box kids!

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  29. I learned that boxes aren't sold individual and only as a part of a subscription because the projects are a cumulative experience. Lieutenantcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. Boxes ship on the 15th of each month

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  31. I learned they have monthly plans & 3 month plans!

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  32. I like that it has 3 projects per box
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  33. I learned they make it universal for boys and girls

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  34. I learned that Parents mag gave them fabulous reviews!

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  35. I like Ed the Otter! :)

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  36. After visiting the website I learned that the box has monthly themes, crafts, science & more.

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  37. I looked at some examples and I liked the nature box, with tree 'cookies' :)
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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  38. I learned that they hired Ed the Otter as their mascot because otter's are curious creatures just like the wonder box kids =)

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  39. They have monthly themes.

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  40. Audra Weathers10:04 AM

    I learned the boxes ship on the 15th of each month and you get an email letting you know it's on the way. I like that they are for kids 3-6; perfect for getting my daughter ready for kindergarten.

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  41. Ciara B.8:51 PM

    it's designed to help them develop skills

    cb_shorty2003@yahoo.com

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  42. I learned that the Wonder Box can be sent as a gift.

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  43. I like that you can send it as a gift.

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  44. They have different monthly themes.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  45. I learned each box is different
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  46. learned Ed the otter is their official mascot

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  47. Each box is geared for developmental skills of 3-6 year olds.

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  48. Gennie Lancaster10:27 PM

    I learned that Wonder Box is fun and educational!

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  49. I was glad to read that you can purchases a shorter subscription. I'm not very crafty, and so it would be really risky for me to sign up for a year without trying it out a few times, first!

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  50. I learned that you can also gift the box

    caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

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  51. I learned you get three creative projects and every supply you need to do them
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  52. I learned that you get a gift if you sign up for the 3 month plan. Pretty clever idea.

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  53. There's a new theme every month! FUN!

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  54. I learned about an awesome subscription box that delivers crafty goodness to your front door. Can't beat that!! The I Spy activity looks so fun and I could see my boys loving the magnet experiments.

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  55. there are monthly themes

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  56. they were reviewed by wired.

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  57. designed to help them develop skills

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  58. harolde10:14 PM

    I learned that there are monthly themes.

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  59. caitlin tate10:25 PM

    monthly themes

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  60. Each box has a monthlt theme!

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  61. learned that you get three creative projects and every supply you need to do them each month

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  62. I leaned that they have Quality materials and projects made for repeat play.

    -samantha meyer

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  63. Anonymous6:51 AM

    wow they were reviewed by wired

    jdmimi at gmail dot com

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  64. Not only will my child be having fun but he will be learning and not knowing that he is.

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  65. they help get kids ready for kindergarden

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  66. tina page10:06 AM

    i like that they make it appealing for both boys and girls.
    trixie420247 at yahoo dot com

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  67. I learned that these boxes equally appeal to boys and girls which is good!
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  68. I learned you get three creative projects per box

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  69. shirley H12:42 PM

    they are all different



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  70. Jennifer Peaslee1:01 PM

    I learned that each box has three projects and all the materials to complete them, and you can buy a month or 3-month plan

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  71. Aldra W2:09 PM

    I love how Wonder Box has multiple themes to choose from. I also love the fact that you can gift it!

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  72. Jenny Q3:00 PM

    I love this idea. I like the once upon a time box too.

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  73. it comes with 3 different projects

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  74. I learned that there are different monthly themes for the boxes.

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  75. Anonymous4:15 PM

    i learned the once upon a time box has stone soup in it
    flyergal82 AT (yahoo) /dot/ $com%

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  76. Nicole Lancaster4:16 PM

    Wonder Box offers 1, 3 and 12 month Wonder Box gift subscriptions.

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  77. The box includes three items, they send them to arrive on the 15th of each month and they have 3 different subscriptions.

    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  78. Each box is different!

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  79. Each box is different!

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  80. I learned that you can get up to a year subscription and the activities change each time you receive a box. Never the same thing.

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  81. Each box is different and it comes once a month. It is geared to both girls and boys!

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  82. I learned it has 3 handpicked projects and all supplies included.

    email/ daveshir2005@yahoo.com
    fb/ shirley greenawalt zolenski

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  83. Each month is a different theme for a low mointhly cost.

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  84. They have 1, 3 and 12 month Wonder Box subscriptions!

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  85. Its for ages 3-6 and you subscribe to a box a month!

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  86. Each box offers something new each month to do with your little one.

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  87. I learned that they are available through subscriptions that the child can look forward to receiving on a regular basis.

    cincyangel5 at yahoo dot com

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  88. I learned that the story cape turns from a craft into a costume.

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  89. You can try a monthly subscription or pay for 3 months at a time.

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  90. I learned that each box is different

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  91. I learned that Wonder Boxes always ship free.

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  92. I like that everything required is included

    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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