I am so excited to introduce you to something I’ve been up to lately. I was hired to be part of the team to bring you SproutBox – A Bible based monthly subscription box for kids. This SproutBox Kids review will help you decide if these engaging lessons and activities, conveniently delivered to your home, will become a great resource for your own family. I hope they will. If your heart is to teach your children Biblical truths, I think you will love having this resource in your hands.
SproutBox was provided to me at no cost. As always, my review is a written in my own words and reflects my own experience. I only promote products that I stand behind.
To truly understand all this subscription box has to offer you will want to visit the Sprout Box website, but I hope you’ll take time to read my own experience. I have been hired to help with the craft and activity ideas for the subscription box, and I can tell you that the heart behind the company is beautiful. There is a genuine desire to grab children’s hearts and minds for the things of God. We want to do this in ways that capture the children’s attention, engaging them fully and digging deeper into the word of God.
Our church has always encouraged us, as parents, to be the number one educator of our kids. They want us to take the reins in teaching our kids about the important lessons in the Bible. SproutBox provides a resource to be able to relay the truths we know in a way that kids will enjoy.
How will this be accomplished? Each box teaches one Bible Story and has four intentional components.
Four Components of a SproutBox
- Puzzle – This component is meant to captivate the kids. This is a step ahead of what other subscription boxes have to offer. Kids get to put together a puzzle and then watch it come to life through augmented reality. Stories and character will jump out of the puzzle with the help of your smartphone or tablet. The kids get to interact with the images on the screen as they learn more about Bible stories.
- Storybook – The goal of the story is to explore God’s word. These books are aimed for kids age 4-10. Your children are able to join some new friends “on adventure through the greatest story ever told…”
- Lesson – The lesson gives parents the tools to guide their children in an interactive Bible Study. It gives options for you to experience, discuss, read, respond and pray together. If you have had a desire to interact with your kids in a Bible lesson that will meet them at their level, you have found it.
- Craft/Activity – The craft and/or activity is an hands on way for kids to experience what they have been learning. Materials are provided for you to have a meaningful activity that relates to the story in the box.
Just Take a Look
If you want to join me in being the #1 influence for God in your child’s life, I hope you will consider SproutBox as an amazing resource that will equip you and excite your children. Check out their website to learn more about how it works and to sign up to receive your first box.