Little Thinker Box December Review & Discount Code

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Little Thinker Box is a fun new subscription box for preschool/kindergarten aged kiddos. Each box contains theme-based activities — including crafts, games, and experiments — that help children to improve their reading, math, science, and writing skills.

Boxes are $21.99/month, but you also have the option to pay for multiple months at once at a lower cost. Stay tuned for a discount code at the end of this post. ;)

I was super excited to receive December’s “Winter Wonderland” themed box, since I’m a big fan of all things winter. Especially snowmen. Love ‘em. That said, this box did not disappoint. Snowman-related activities galore!

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This was pasted to the inside of the box. Oh, and who do I see waving at me with twiggy little arms? Yep, a snowman. He tells me there’s a lot more of his kind buried beneath the tissue paper.

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The tissue paper is festive and sparkly. It’s sealed with a Little Thinker Box logo sticker. Cute.

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Snow Globe Sticker Scene – This is a fun little activity that involves making a 3D paper “snow globe” and decorating it with the included stickers to make a festive, snowy scene. The stickers are can be taken off and moved around until your little one is happy with their creation. And yep, there’s snowmen.

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Snowman Memory Game – This is actually just a small deck of playing cards, but the info sheet suggests using it as a memory game. You play it like traditional memory, but instead of matching the pictures, you match the numbers or letters. So a “3 of candy canes” would match a “3 of stockings”, a “3 of gifts”, or a “3 of snowflakes”. Cute idea!

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Worksheets: Letter Fun and Tracing – These are just basic activities to help your child improve his/her writing abilities. Focus this month is on the letter “W”, for Winter. Or Wendy. ;)

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Polar Friends Puzzle – This is a small, 24-piece puzzle featuring cute, wintery characters. I just realized that there’s no actual photo of what the finished puzzle should look like, so this should prove to be quite the challenging task! Well, for a preschooler anyway.

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Snowman Number Matching – A simple game to improve your child’s counting skills. Just have them count the snowmen on each “picture” card and match them to the corresponding “number” card.

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Penguins Snow Day Coloring Book & Crayon Set – What kid doesn’t like to color? This is a fun winter themed coloring book about a penguin and his friends enjoying a day of sledding. The pictures are large and not too detailed, making it good for little ones to practice their coloring.

This was just a sampling of what was in this month’s Little Thinker Box!┬áThere were actually a total of thirteen different crafts/activities in all. (Some were just harder to photograph/properly depict without opening them up and putting the craft together, which I don’t want to do — I love having this stuff tucked away for when the girls are old enough to enjoy them!)

I was very impressed with Little Thinker Box, especially since it’s their very first month. The activities were all straight-forward, fit the theme perfectly, and required no additional materials. Woohoo!

** For a limited time, you can save 15% off your first month of Little Thinker Box when you enter my promo code “2LRB” at checkout! But hurry — offer is only good until 1/22/14! **

Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate links.

2 Responses to “Little Thinker Box December Review & Discount Code”

  1. Julie Rowe

    We received a “December” Little Tinker Box as a Christmas gift! It was so impressive! I love the fact that both my 4 year old and my 9 year old enjoyed the activities inside… most important was that they did not realize it was a learning tool and thought it was just so fun…. Definitely will be interested to see what is next…

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