Ivy Kids Review

Ivy Kids review
My daughter just finished her first year of school and loved every minute of it. She likes to learn and most of all be busy. On her last day of school I got a little nervous… How would I entertain her all summer?!?!?!?!?!

Needless to say, When I received my first box from Ivy Kids my daughter and I were thrilled!

What is Ivy Kids you ask?

Ivy Kids is a monthly educational subscription box ,created by mom and certified early childhood teacher Taseea Lainas, filled with books, games, and activities for kids ages 3-8. The box we received was all about FROGS!!!!!

Amelia’s favorite activity was jumping on the lily pads. As a mom I loved that the lily pads had numbers on them. Amelia can count but doesn’t recognize all her numbers yet so I encouraged her to count the lily pads as she jumped and looked at the numbers on each pad. She loved it!

Amelia also enjoyed the book about frogs and the door sign with her name on it. She is very independent and proudly put the sign on her door. The finger puppets and song were cute as well. After we had read the book a billion times I realized the box included sticks with the animals from the book. We read the book again so Amelia could act out the story.

We spent the afternoon playing with our frog box and we still have tons of activities left like building a frog habitat with play dough and sand!

Last winter we were faced with horrible weather in New York. It was very hard to keep my daughter entertained and busy on the days were school was cancelled and it was too cold to sled. I love the idea of having an Ivy Kids box sent to my family once a month so we are prepared for snow, rain, and sick days!

Ivy Kids subscription boxes start at $38.95. You can save money if you sign up for a 3 or 6 month plan and get 20% off your first box with promo code IVYSUMMER20

I was not compensated for this post. Samples were provided for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own.

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2 Responses to “Ivy Kids Review”

  1. vickiannie1 August 2, 2014 at 4:09 AM #

    I know the age is 3 on this: but it looks like things my son would enjoy when he has his breaks from school. 🙂

    • Shannon August 2, 2014 at 8:13 AM #

      It said ages 3-8 on the directions but even I enjoyed it and I am 30!

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