Hi everyone! I recently received a Wonder Crate Junior to unbox on my channel. I’ve been curious about these boxes for a little while now and so I was pleased to be able to review them!
If you’re unfamiliar with them, Wonder Crate offers monthly subscription boxes for kids. Each box includes a book and activities to educate, inspire, and empower kids to discover their strengths and share them with the world.
We received the Amelia Earhart box to check out, this is one of the boxes in their innovator series.
Check out our Wonder Crate Junior Unboxing here!
Wonder Crate has boxes for younger kids ages 5-7 and juniors ages 8-11. They have artists, activists, innovators, and a combo series you can subscribe to. The individual boxes are $29.95 per moth, but you can get a discount if you sign up for three or six month subscriptions as well.
Visit Wonder Crate for more information on their monthly subscription boxes, and follow them on Facebook or Instagram if you’d like to check out past boxes to see if they may be a good fit for your family!
Disclosure: I received this box free to review. The opinions expressed in this post and video are my own and were not influenced by the company or free product provided.
You need to take what they say about Amelia Earhart with a grain of salt. Last year I found a small book in our Library and I was blown away by what it said. Amelia Earhart wasn’t the pilot that she is made out to be. There was a younger girl who was about 18 I think and she had a race with Amelia and because she was a much better pilot than Amelia was she won. Because of who Amelia’s husband was he pulled strings and the flight was given to her. She did not have flight training this other girl was and it was only because Amelia’s husband pulled strings to get her the flight that she got it. Look what it got her. Death.
Thanks Erica – I’ve heard about these Wonder Crates so this is great. And your daughter did a great job!