edZOOcation Animal Education Subscription Box by Wildlife Tree (Single Box or Monthly)

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  • Make learning come alive with our animal themed subscription boxes! Each month, fun, zoology themed crates are delivered that will inspire and teach kids important skills. The animal of the month will change each month to surprise and delight recipients!
  • Designed for children ages 6-8, the boxes contain toys, activities, books, writing prompts, and more to help young ones explore, engage in pretend play, and develop science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) skills.
  • Our current box features age-appropriate and engaging Lion themed items and activities. Box includes: Lion Ears Headband Accessory, National Geographic Kid's Readers Book: Lions, Lion fact card, bookmark, writing prompt, recipe card with regional cuisine, journal, and a Surprise item! Your first box will also contain a binder to collect all your animal fact cards.
  • Contains learning aids to teach curriculum based science concepts like habitats, ecosystems, adaptations, and animal life cycles. They also make great gifts!
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: Our products run through multiple inspections and are designed with quality in mind. If you don't love it, we'll replace or refund it!

Available with a pay by the month or prepay for 3 months, 6 months or 12 months at a discount!

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Michelle S.
United States United States
The Beginning of a Journey

My kiddos loved the animal ears, die-cut journal, book, stickers and surprise toy. A significant roaring session came about as we got the lion box, lol. This subscription feels like the start of a journey. It has a nice binder to store animal facts, recipes, crafts, notes, and other fun components they accumulate from each haul. It’s great because they build upon and can review their animal collection in one organized place—such a good tool for modeling the organization they should use in school. They are essentially making their own safari-style book about animals and places around the world. My kids are really looking forward to trying the coconut candy recipe from Africa this weekend—using this as some distance learning leverage/ motivation! :) I will say, most of the informative text will require a parent’s help as you read through—if your readers are budding like mine (I think older elementary and interested middle schoolers would really like this too). Both of my kids’ enthusiasm and excitement from this collection lingered as they next categorized their stuffed animals and took notes in the provided journal about their plushies’ food and medical care (so cute). Thanks!

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