Stacy Tilton Reviews: THiNK OUTSiDE Quarterly Subscription (APV $130+) #Giveaway Ends 5/10

Friday, April 19

THiNK OUTSiDE Quarterly Subscription (APV $130+) #Giveaway Ends 5/10


Looking for a way to help get your kiddos off the electronics and outside? Well keep reading because I have a solution for you! THiNK OUTSiDE Boxes are a monthly subscription service focused on outdoor exploration AND a year-long curriculum. The service provides quality, useful gear along with very thoughtful activities and educational information that encourage kids to get outside and play. It is not just about the gear or the information, but using both in tandem to become more skilled in outdoor life, while encouraging family involvement. The monthly themed boxes promote character building while instilling confidence, independence, and empathy.

FACT: Today's children are spending an average of 4-7 MINUTES
of unstructured play outside, and 7.5 HOURS in front of devices!

THiNK OUTSiDE service follows a standard annual schedule that ensures learning is seasonally appropriate. Every month has a new theme covering everything from first aid and outdoor nutrition to nighttime discovery and building shelters. Your first box, the Intro box, sets the foundation for your year of learning #THiNKOUTSiDE

THiNK OUTSiDE is a 2019 Parent’s Choice Silver Award recipient!
What's Inside THiNK OUTSiDE Boxes? Throughout the year, each themed monthly box includes outdoor gear, water-resistant resource cards, a 20+ page educational & activity booklet, as well as an outdoor challenge to do as a family. Your first box comes with a lightweight packable daypack. You choose your color (Orange, Blue, or Magenta)!

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES!!

THiNK OUTSiDE boxes foster a learning experience that encourages critical and strategic thinking, creativity, and outdoor life skills. The Hands-on lessons are everything a homeschool family could hope for when teaching/learning STEM. AND they even offer curriculum resources to accompany their boxes too! Visit THiNK OUTSiDE to preview the seasonally appropriate lesson plans.
Visit THiNK OUTSiDE to learn more and subscribe today!
Use the Code 10OFF to receive $10 Off Your Into Box!
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9 comments:

  1. My older ones definitely do. My younger ones need encouragement some times but it's getting better

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  2. I think my nephew is spending more time outside, but before, he was too glued to his XBox.

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  3. My grandchilden love to play outside

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  4. One of our kids spends a lot of time outdoors, and the other has had to be encouraged to get away from gaming.

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  5. Michelle CatalloApril 21, 2019

    Compared to their friends at school, yes my kids do spend more time outdoors. However, I wish we could spend more.

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  6. My granddaughter doesn't spend much time outdoors. She likes to stay inside and read. My boys, though, have always loved the outdoors. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. Some weeks he does some weeks he doesn't

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  8. AnonymousMay 08, 2019

    Depending on the season my kids are pretty good we have a hard time in the winter but other seasons were good

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  9. Outdoor time happens almost everyday after school depending g on the weather even though we go out in heat and cold to play.

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