These days you can order just about anything online and have it arrive on your doorstep in a matter of days, anything from clothes to laundry to furniture! What's more? There are services you can sign up for that will have a box of goodies sent to you every month, automatically! These subscription boxes are pretty cool, and I've reviewed a couple on here already: Sparkbox Toys, Bella Gravida (maternity wear), and Preggonista (clothes, accessories, and beauty products for moms-to-be) to name a few. But I recently got introduced to a new one which is quite different and really exciting!
Kids' Candor provides bilingual educational kits that have children (and their care givers) playing and learning in English and Spanish! You can purchase single kits ($45 each, with themes such as travel, feelings, counting, animals, and shapes) or a subscription (from $25 per month). **50% off discount code below!!**
While my family is focusing on English and Japanese for our children, our 3 year old is actually picking up a wee bit of Spanish from TV. Just yesterday we were on the elevator and he looked up at me and asked why the couple next to us was speaking Spanish! I doubt he understood what they were saying, but to know they were speaking Spanish, I was quite impressed! Kids are unbelievable sponges, so I'm really excited to start introducing Spanish to him a bit more formally through Kids' Candor.
We ordered the "Body Parts & Senses" set for our first kit, mostly because I knew my toddler would go nuts over Mr. Potato Head and all the stickers (as predicted, he did)!
As with any subscription box, it's incredibly exciting to receive it in the mail and open it up to find all of the fun stuff packed nicely inside!! Kids' Candor includes instructions (in English and Spanish) for all of the games inside, which makes it nice and clear how to all of the items, how to pronounce the key words, etc.
In a nutshell, here's why we're loving Kids' Candor and think you will, too:
Get 50% off your first Kids' Candor purchase with code "KCJAPANFAM"!!
So what do you think? Are you hoping your child will be bilingual (or trilingual or more)?! What steps are you taking toward that goal? Share in a comment below!
Disclaimer: Although I did receive this product free of charge, all thoughts and opinions are my own and completely unbiased.
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I'm a NYC metro area mom blogger living in NJ with my Japanese husband & our 3 kids (twins plus 1). This blog is chock full of product reviews, family travel guides, and giveaways galore! It's also home to Bay Ridge Families, and several guides focused on kid-friendly activities and guides to South Brooklyn, Hudson Valley, and New Jersey, as well as family-friendly destinations beyond the NYC area (check the menu bar!)