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National Geographic Junior Explorer Box by Pley
Our family loves to travel and see new places and learn about them. I’m raising my kids to be little explorers. I want them to be global citizens who want to make the world a better place. All of these things made National Geographic Junior Explorer Box by Pley a perfect fit for us. National Geographic has been teaching kids for generations. My grandmother would mail them to me as a kid. And Pley is already a company I know and trust from our fun Disney Princess box reviews. Our first box was The Great Barrier Reef. We couldn’t wait to get started on a conservation mission and my son was so happy to make his first video. Or “vid” as apparently the cool kids say. 🙂
Let’s Go To The Great Barrier Reef
The box comes in this cute travel case with a handle and so the kids know right away something fun has arrived. The boxes come in sequential order and feature missions for The Amazon, The Arctic, and The Virunga along with our Great Barrier Reef Box. Ethan accepted the mission and it was time to open the box!
The box contains a mix of fun and educational toys and activities plus a really cool t-shirt that my son actually wore to school today. Inside kids will find an awesome National Geographic book all about Sharks, a sheet of stickers featuring creatures from the Great Barrier Reef, a bracelet with Great Barrier Reef creatures, an activity book, and my son’s favorite, access to a digital game to complete your mission!
He loved doing the mission and the shirt has become a new favorite for my animal loving kiddo but I loved that he was reading which at times can be struggle with the pull of electronics. He loved learning about sharks. Mom learned too as he shared all the shark facts with me. 🙂
I also loved that he was learning things like the Great Barrier Reef has high biodiversity, is part of the largest living structure in the world and about sharks, clown fish, whales and more. He also learned about which creatures are endangered and which are at risk of going on the endangered species list and what we can do to help. At the end of it all he earned this Mission Completion Certificate which he was so proud of.
Sign Up to be a Junior Explorer
Check out Ethan’s video below if you want to see the Junior Explorers box in action and hear about it from a kid’s point of view. We are so excited for our next mission! National Geographic Junior Explorer Box are a great gift for birthdays or holidays. It’s also a great just because gift for learning and fun. The contents of the box total $50 but it’s a great value at just $19.99! If you’d like to sign up, you can use my link here. See you in the Amazon or the Arctic!