#TeachHerTuesday: M Is For Monster

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Disclosure: I was sent a Monster Box to check out the insides and bring you this review. All opinions are purely my own. When Mandy sent over the email telling me about Monster Box, I got giddy. Y'all know how much I love educational things. And educational things that won't have me going to different stores to buy components? I am here for it, people!

I thought it was fate that the first week in my box was "frog". It's like Mandy planned it that way!

What Do You Get?

If you order the monthly box, you get one box a month with weekly activities. The weekly bags have everything you need for the activities of the week.

M Is For Monster Box

(hint: if you sign up for the newsletter, you will get 50% off your first subscription box. You're welcome!)

You have the option of 3 different boxes:

  1. Toddler boxes are good for ages 2-3 and focus on uppercase letters, numbers 1-10 and basic shapes.
  2. Preschool boxes are good for ages 4-5 and focus on lowercase, numbers 1-20 and basic shapes. More complex activities for children with longer attention spans are introduced here.
  3. Kindergarten boxes focus on sight words, spelling, counting, identifying shapes and lots more!

M Is For Monster - May GoodiesI love that you can subscribe and cancel whenever so you're not held to a set time. But with all of the activities found every month, why would you cancel? I can tell you that I spend a lot more than $38.95 at the craft store (and usually end up buying lots more that never gets used).

This is perfect for summer! The Frog Princess goes to camp but is here a couple of days a week. We love playing with our monster treats and can't wait to hear if you like yours too!

Are you a crafty person? Do you think your kids would like their very own M Is For Monster Box?

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