We have been hard at work searching for the highest quality, most educational and entertaining subscription boxes for your kiddos. If you haven't gotten on the subscription box bandwagon, allow us to do all the heavy lifting for you. We will be publishing review of kid's subscription boxes just in time for the holidays. They make wonderful gifts, and allow you to even do your shopping last minute online! We will break down each of the boxes, include photos for you to see exactly what they include, and help you decide which is best for your family. Enjoy and happy shopping!  

Little Pnuts

www.littlepnuts.com

"Hand curated toys thoughtfully chosen by experts to help your little pnuts reach each & every developmental milestone."

Price: $240 annual payment for 4 quarterly boxes; payment can be broken down monthly ($25/month)

Gift Option: Yes

Age Range: 0-6 years

Includes: 3-5 toys and pamphlet describing developmental milestones for the age, play ideas and a description of each toy

 

Review

Amongst a world of battery-operated plastic toys, Little Pnuts is a breath of fresh air. I was pleasantly surprised at the high quality of the toys included in the Fall box. My son was able to manipulate each of the items by himself, and from my experience, the toys promote milestones right on target for this age group. The founder, Melissa Bossola Beese, started the company because she couldn't find high-quality, educational toys for her son in order to enhance his hand-eye coordination, develop fine motor skills and encourage focus and coordination. She also works with children Autism, Down Syndrome, Low Muscle Tone and more to curate "Special Deliveries"specifically designed to help them reach appropriate developmental milestones.

My 3 year old's favorite toy in the Fall box was the Memo n' Matching game- it is similar to the traditional Bingo game but with a simplified and educational twist. I loved the fact that this game could grow with him by changing the way you play- he was able to take the game right out of the box and figure out how to play by himself. Overall, the toys are classic, educational, safe, diverse and can be passed down through the family. Although this subscription cost is a bit higher than others, these are toys that will stand the test of time in your household. They aren't disposable, are yours to keep, and can not only be handed down from sibling to sibling, they are sturdy enough to hand down from generation to generation! They remind me of the toys my mom saved from when I was little so my kids can play with them.

Subscription Box Roundup: Little Pnuts

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