Nowadays, there are subscription boxes for everything. Want international snacks? There’s a box for that. Want dog treats and toys? There’s a box for tha,t too. So, if dad can get a subscription box for whiskey, who’s to say that toddlers can’t have one featuring things they love? So, with that in mind, here are Savetastic’s picks for the five best toddler subscription boxes with quick links below.
Not just a one-size-fits-all box, the Hoppi box is custom assembled for your toddler. It’s based on their age. The people at Hoppi Box put together high-quality toys that are meant to teach during play. They will help your toddler develop fine motor, cognitive and social skills. But don’t let the price deter you, a longer subscription will get you a lower price. And if you have more than one child, you can reuse the toys as the others grow into them.
Price: $75 per quarter
Do you want to get your kids excited about reading? Then check out Lillypost. This subscription box provides monthly children’s books, board books and packs of stickers. If you’re overwhelmed by the selection on Amazon or just don’t want to venture out to a bookstore, this is an easy, no brainer way to get books into the house. Also, for every box you purchase, Lillypost donates one book to a child in need.
Price: Starts at $26 per month
The Preschool Box
Here’s another option. If you want your kids to love learning, then check out the Preschool Box, which focuses on basic math, phonics and writing skills. As its name suggests, this box is meant to prepare your preschooler for kindergarten. There are new games, stickers and fun books every month. Naturally, the hope is that your kids love them so much, they’ll look forward to doing some extra math and language “play” at home.
Price: $29.95 per month
Green Kid Crafts
Green Kid Crafts is a STEM-based subscription box meant to get kids excited about all things science, technology, engineering, and math. The Junior Box is meant for toddlers while the Discovery Box is for bigger kids. In both cases, the offering contains books and at-home lab kits for your kids to start experimenting.
Price: $22 per month
Little Learners Busy Box
The Little Learners Busy Box is packed with lots of arts and crafts activities to keep a toddler busy while they’re hanging out at home all day. There’s no preparation needed on your part either, just open and start having fun. This subscription comes in two sizes, a Mini Box or a Big Box. Each was created by a former school teacher with 3 kids of her own.
Price: $13 per month
With so many choices for toddler subscription boxes, it never hurts to try a few at once — especially since many are so reasonably priced. Likewise, if you don’t have a child of your own, these make a great surprise gift either once or as a subscription throughout the year that the family can look forward to.
In the end, keep the subscriptions that work for your kid(s) and cancel the ones that you don’t.