Polliwog Post Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | January 2017

polliwog post review

Polliwog Post is a monthly children’s subscription that caters to kids age 3-6. Packages contain personalized cards, stickers and a pre-stamped and addressed postcard. And for each Polliwog Post that is purchased a package is donated to a hospitalized child! Subscriptions are $7.95 monthly with reduced prices for longer subscriptions.

*product was received free for review

Check out the unboxy box video

 

Here’s the Box Breakdown

what's in the polliwog post package

Everything that we received in our January Polliwog Post. This month’s package had a weather theme!

 

So what is all this stuff?

Our postcards. There were two included. One was pre-addressed and both were pre-stamped. Vivienne really enjoyed decorating these!

 

Our card for the month. Everything was weather themed and the card has a fun rhyme as well as little thoughtful prompts like, count the snowflakes and trace the wind!

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The inside is a continuation of the rhyme as well as some other prompting questions. We got to choose the personalized saying inside so we went with something fun, “Oliver you are the coolest dude ever.”

The back is pretty simple and has contact info for Polliwog Post

 

Lastly, to decorate our card and postcards we received a sheet of weather themed stickers. These were super cute and really fit well into the theme.

 

Okay so now what?

We first instructed Oliver to do the little prompts and after that we let him go to town coloring and applying stickers

Here he is with his finished creation!

He had lots of fun!

So in summary

We can’t break Polliwog Post down the way we do other subscriptions because we know what we are receiving each month. We do love the themes and well as the thought provoking prompts. The addition of color is a key ingredient in drawing those little minds in and helping them to focus and learn and we love that about this subscription! What a great way to spend some quality time with your child each month!

 

January Polliwog Post

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