With three little ones at home, I am always on the lookout for a new activity to keep them learning and having fun. One of my favorite ways to do this is through a monthly subscription program.
My new favorite is Animal Trackers Club. It is an inexpensive monthly subscription program specifically designed for your Pre-reader/Beginning Reader. Each month your child will "track" a new animal through age-appropriate instructional materials designed to encourage hands-on learning through creative play and activites.
My favorite part is when my kids tear open the package and discover it is a new box full of fun just for them!
Our journey began in the African Savanna, when we opened Animal Trackers Club Safari Lunchbox. My kids were so excited to discover all kinds of animals and the habitats in which they live. The lunchbox held all kinds of fun activities and is a great place to store our new animal play figures, animal information card collection and the “Safari Animal Tracks” ringed set.
To break it down for you, this is what we received in our monthly package:
- an Animal Trackers Club Information card with easy to follow and understand information about the animal being tracked that month
- a play magnet to add to the lunchbox
- a foam animal dress-up mask
- a realistic, hand-painted animal play figure
- a “Safari Animal Tracks” card for your ringed set containing a real photo of the monthly animal as well as the track it leaves in the wild
- a learning activity and an art project created to develop the skills needed to become a proficient student and reader
- Animal Trackers Club Safari Lunchbox
- Cover and Ring for the Safari Animal Photo Collection
Not only will your children love learning about their new animal, you will too! I had fun exploring right along with them! The best part is, they can continue to play with the items you receive for days and days. Unlike some monthly boxes, the fun does not stop after just one or two projects. My girls are still playing with their zebra fun.
What is your favorite way to play with your children or keep them learning all year long?