As a homeschooling mom, I am always trying to find fun ways to add to lessons and curriculum. I was super excited to try out an Elementary Box. Elementary Box is a subscription service where you receive different scholastic materials every month. It is geared towards teachers, but I was excited to review it from a homeschooling point of view.
What’s in the Elementary Box?
Watch as your students master their concepts with
these grade-level aligned teaching resources.
Something special for your students
Motivate your students with rewards such as stickers,
fun pencils, tattoos, bookmarks, and more.
Something special for YOU
Maybe it’s a fancy tumbler or a fabulous badge holder,
but it’s a handcrafted gift especially for YOU!
Shared ideas and tips every classroom teacher should know,
including some of the latest apps and book titles.
We received the February Pre-K Box.
This is by far, the most amazing chocolate that I have tasted! It is made by a company called Crave Artisan Chocolate in Austin, Texas and soon, very soon, I will have to figure out how to get more! It was a tasty and very welcome treat!
My daughter had a lot of fun with the book, stickers and counters! We ended up writing letters on the counters and matching them. It turned into quite the fun game. My son also enjoyed the bookmarks and we are going to give the rest of them out at Gymnastics this week.
There are 3 different ways to subscribe:
$29/month for 3 months
$27/month for 6 months
$25/month for 12 months
This is an amazing box for teachers and I can also see it having wonderful benefits for homeschooling families that are involved in co-ops! This would also be a fantastic subscription to gift to your child’s teacher or donate to your child’s class!