Thursday, December 11, 2014

Space Scouts Review

My boys love getting things in the mail. Space Scouts is a great gift for this holiday season. My boys just got their Space Scouts loot in the mail last week.


Space Scouts monthly subscription club for kids is a delightful learning adventure aimed at discovering the wonders of the universe! It's for boys and girls. Each month your child will explore a new place in space -- stepping into the worlds of space exploration, space science, and astronomy. Join Roxy and Jett as they scout about the galaxy engaging your child in fun learning activities, hands-on discovery, and exciting challenges. Packages arrive each month filled with fun additions to your collection -- magnets, stickers, toys, and more!

Every month they give you something a little different. They started us out with a box. It's magnetic, and they have characters that can fit on the box. 
Isaak loves boxes, so I'm pretty sure he'll be the one to fill this up!


These characters fit on the box. The stickers go on top of a gigantic poster that comes with the kit.




There's a lot of activities in their kits.
I like activities more than toys. They keep their minds busy during breaks. I was thinking that I'd send the boy's Space Scouts loot over to Grandma and Grandpa's when the boys stay there over break. One day they may end up at Dad's work; this stuff would be good for that time to.



And some toys came in the mail to. 
I don't know how much they'll play with the toys. I love the activities though.


More things were in the set that went over constellations.

I think my boys will enjoy this from a break of routine stuff. I like things that keep them busy. I think the box is most suitable for around the ages of 6 or 7. Kids may need an adult to read some of the instructions to the activities. It's too easy for someone that's Mica's age - age 9.




Space Scouts is a stellar vehicle for launching your child's interest in science & technology! These subjects both my kids are into!

This is not your typical grab-bag subscription box. Space Scouts is a fun, educational experience where each month builds upon the previous. It's a great way to learn!

Price is affordable at $11.95 per month + $3.00 shipping.

Discounts for multi-month purchase.

Space Scouts is designed for kids age 6+.

Visit our website to learn more! 20% discount - Use promo code USFAMILY20 at checkout to receive 20% discount on initial purchase of any Space Scouts subscription plan. The code expires on: 12/31/14.


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6 comments:

Ai Sakura said...

I love home subscription kits, especially for craft & kids eduplay. So convenient & we don't need to go all over the place looking for the various materials.

Love that tin box too! Can use it as a lunchbox hehe

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Masshole Mommy said...

That is pretty neat. I think my little guy would like this.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That really is pretty cool! Mariah won her face going up into space and got a little figure of an astronaut that she just loved!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

My grandson always likes to get things in the mail too. This would be the perfect gift idea.

mail4rosey said...

Such a fun kit. This is a great idea for kids!

~ Noelle said...

Oh that is too cool....
I may need to look into this for Broxton. He would enjoy it :)

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