Sunday, August 31, 2014

Space Scouts Review and 3 Month Subscription Giveaway!

Free For All received a sample box to facilitate this review all opinions are 100 percent my own!

Space Scouts
My kids are huge fans of outer space; like most little boys they love space ships, astronauts and the planets. I have been looking for unique ways to teach them at home so they are a step ahead in school. The Space Scouts subscription box is such a great teaching tool; whether you homeschool or are just looking to educate your children through learning play Space Scouts is what you need. My sons didn't even realize they were learning they just loved all the activities. To get started with your Space Scouts subscription go to http://www.atcssc.com/space-scouts.html


Want to know what you get in your Space Scouts Kit and how it works?
Monthly Subscriptions start at $11.95 Plus $3 Shipping
3 Month Subscription starts at $36 Plus $9 Shipping
6 Month Subscription Starts at $70 Plus $18 Shipping
12 Month Subscription Starts at $135 Plus $36 Shipping


Your child's adventure begins with:
  • Introduction to the Space Scouts Program
  • Space Scouts Lunchbox
  • Space Scouts Solar System Poster
  • Space Scouts Activity Sheet
  • Space Scouts Sticker Scramble
  • Space Scouts Souvenir Toy
  • Space Scouts Constellation Card Startup Kit (cover & ring)
  • Introduction to Space Scouts Constellation Cards
Each month your child will receive:
  • Space Scouts Exploration Plan
  • Space Scouts Magnet
  • Space Scouts Sticker
  • Space Scouts Activity Sheet
  • Space Scouts Sticker Scramble
  • Space Scouts Souvenir Toy
  • Space Scouts Constellation Card
  • Space Scouts Constellation Activity Sheet

Space Scouts

Product Details:

ROXY and JETT will guide your child on a scouting expedition through the solar system, with focus on a specific place in space each month. Begin the adventure with the Space Scouts lunchbox to use as a backdrop and storage for the monthly magnet collection, the Space Scouts solar system poster to map and mark with the monthly exploration sticker, and the Space Scouts constellation card startup kit to hold the monthly constellation card collection.
Each monthly packet will include a Space Scouts exploration plan describing the place to be scouted, a Space Scouts magnet to add to the Space Scouts lunchbox, a Space Scouts sticker to add to the Space Scouts solar system poster, a Space Scouts activity sheet loaded with puzzles, games, and activities, a Space Scouts sticker scramble (unscramble the numbered stickers to reveal a surprise!), a Space Scouts souvenir toy to use in learning activities, a Space Scouts constellation card, and a Space Scouts constellation activity sheet that includes the mythological stories and other learning activities to help your child identify the constellation in the night sky.


Our favorite parts of the Space Scouts kit were the astronauts (2 included), WiKi Stix Project, Solar System Poster and the sticker puzzles. The picture above is an example of the introductory one month subscription. The Solar System poster is currently hanging in the boys room and we practice learning the planets all the time. I don't force it on them I just mention I and I remember because its right there on the wall! The sticker puzzles are space scenes that the kids construct either by themselves or with parents help (depending on age) and they are stickers that actually stick together to make a puzzle. The Wiki Stix project was the most fun for me and the kids; of course little ones love anything they can touch, feel, and mold. I love the Wiki Stix project because they were engaged and learning the whole time and actually remember all f the concepts we learned. The best thing about Space Scouts is that it isn't a struggle to get our kids to learn they really love and enjoy it because the materials are designed perfect for children. With the 2 astronaut figures we received we discussed the first space landing on the moon because one of the figures was holding a flag. With Space Scouts you can really do a much or as little as you want as far as teaching your children is concerned. If you want just a fun activity to do with the kids Space Scouts is great and if you are a homeschooling family and want a detailed lesson on Space and the Solar System you can easily do that with your Space Scouts Subscription. I would recommend Space Scouts to anyone who has children it is the perfect gift or if you are a grandparent it would make an excellent Christmas or Birthday Gift that your loved one could receive multiple times or just once your choice.
To purchase your own Space Scouts subscription go to http://www.atcssc.com/space-scouts.html. To learn more about Space Scouts and to connect with them make sure to like them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Now for the best news Space Scouts wants to offer one lucky reader a chance to win their own 3 Month Subscription (ARV $45)
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3 comments

  1. My almost 5 yrs old is obsessed with planets and solar system since he was three, so this would be awesome for him. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  2. I have 3 boyys that would be sharing this together Israel 9, Lukas 4, and Dominik, 2

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  3. My son is 6 years old and we go out to the balcony every night and look at the stars, name the stars and talk about space and planets, etc. This would be so wonderful for him!! Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

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