Bramble Box is a brand new subscription box for children aged 3 through 8 years old. Unlike many kid’s boxes which tend to focus on crafts and toys, Bramble Box encourages learning through dramatic/pretend play.
Every Bramble Box will be focused on a different theme and contain materials for hours & hours of free play fun. Boxes are gender neutral and can include such themes as detective, scientist, and post office. The materials are intended to help your child use their imagination, express themselves, improve reading and math skills, learn about the world around them, and more.
Bramble Boxes are available for purchase as single boxes, on a month-to-month basis, and as multi-month subscriptions. The monthly and one-time boxes are $25, longer commitments are as low as $23/month.
I was recently sent December’s “Post Office” themed box for review and was excited to see what was inside.
Let’s have a look!
The inside of the lid revealed this month’s theme and listed everything you’d find in the box.
A separate “Activity Ideas” sheet explained how to use the included family name list, as well as how to turn your Bramble Box into a pretend mailbox for your post office. Cute!
Mailbag – Every postman/woman needs a mailbag! This kid-sized fabric bag is perfect for collecting and delivering all of the letters your little one writes to the family.
Notepad, Stickers, Envelopes, and “Stamps” – Everything your little one needs to keep their post office busy. A big notepad to write letters, stickers to decorate them with, real envelopes to address them, and pretend stamps to get them sent. So fun!
Family Name List – A laminated sheet to keep track of (and correctly spell) the names of friends and family your kiddo wants to write letters to. A dry erase marker is provided so that the list can be changed and updated as needed.
Crayons and Washable Dry Erase Marker – Crayola Crayons were included to write letters, draw pictures, and address envelopes. The dry erase marker is to be used with the Family Name List mentioned above.
Mail Vest – You can’t be a proper mail carrier without a mail vest, right? This is a cute smock-like vest that features a US Mail stamp design on the front, as well as a larger one on the back.
Everly wanted to try the vest on, but immediately flipped out and ran away, trying to tug it over her head. (Ah, toddlers.) That said, this is the best photo I could get. 😉
Bramble Box seems like a great alternative to the typical craft and toy subscription boxes out there. I like how it encourages kids to use their imagination and create their own fun, instead of always relying on toys. I also appreciate the amount of materials that were included and the reusability of everything. It’s definitely a box that can be used again and again.
If you’d like to sign up for Bramble Box, you can save 20% on your total purchase when you use the promo code “BLOG20” at checkout.
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Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.