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Learn Critical Thinking Skills with a Think With Art Monthly Subscription Box

Learn Critical Thinking Skills Using Art

Think With Art Monthly Subscription Box

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Think With Art is a monthly subscription box for Kids ages 4-12. Each month, you will receive a box  filled with fun, quality art supplies, a new chapter in Mr. Toffee’s journey and a problem to solve using art.

Think With Art is a monthly educational subscription box that will teach while your child creates! I find that the best kind of learning involves hands on projects, and there is nothing more fun and hands on than creating fun pieces of art!

Give your child the skills to succeed! Think With Art promotes:

  • Open-Mindedness
  • Increased Problem-Solving Skills
  • More Creativity
  • Higher IQ
  • Better Decision Making Skills
  • Empathy Towards Others

What’s Included

Each month you’ll receive:

  • A new box filled with art supplies and techniques
  • A story booklet following Mr. Toffee’s journey home
  • A new problem to solve using art and critical thinking

Think With Art Subscriptions range from $22.99/month (on the yearly prepay plan) to $29.99 if you order month to month.

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Think With Art ships to the US and its territories, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, and Austria.

Shipping costs are based on what country you are located in and start at $7.95 per month (For US and Canadian subscriptions).

I happen to love subscription boxes, and boxes designed for kids are one of my favourites, and I am always up for checking out new ones! We were lucky enough to receive an April Think With Art box to test and review.

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In our Think With Art box, we received a lot of fun goodies!

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  • Meet Mr. Toffee booklet (with story, techniques and projects)
  • A fun and colourful pencil
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  • A fun pencil sharpener
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  • Water Colour pencil crayons
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  • Water Colour paints with paint brush
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  • 2 paint brushes (including fan brush)
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  • 3 pieces of water paint paper
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  • Sketchbook
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  • Disposable table cloth
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  • Stickers
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Because all 3 of the boys were interested (and there were plenty of supplies included), we split it up and they each used different techniques to create their art.

Drawing Mr.Toffee

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Critical Thinking

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Fun Art Technique

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This is the perfect accompaniment for home schooling or anyone who wants to add a little education into their child’s art work at home. Thomas really liked the critical thinking project (his answer: a hot air balloon) and Kristopher enjoyed using the water colour pencil crayons to create an Evil Giant Pikachu.

Kristopher and Hayden also took the opportunity to draw rainbows. Hayden used a combination of the water colour paints and the pencil crayons, and Kristopher used the water colour pencil crayons and used the fan brush and water afterwards

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by Hayden

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by Kristopher

The projects and art-creating took the boys about an hour, but if you were using this for one child there is a good 3-4 hours worth of projects included (or more depending on your child’s age and how fast they create).  The projects could easily be split up over the course of a week if using this as part of a homeschooling art class.

Stay in the loop and visit Think With Art online and on social media!

Online https://thinkwithart.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thinkwithart

Twitter https://twitter.com/thinkwithart

Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/think_with_art/

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thinkwithart/

 

Andrea resides in Calgary, Alberta, and is the proud mom to five boys between the ages of 7-22. Running mainly on coffee and sarcasm, in her spare time she enjoys listening to Canadian Rock, watching Calgary Flames hockey, reading YA Dystopian novels, binge watching 90s television on Netflix, and entering contests.


Disclosure: I received samples from Think With Art for testing and review purposes. Opinions in this post are honest, and my own, and have not been altered or influenced in any way.


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1 Comment

  1. Doris Humber

    This is a fun way for kids to be creative. Awesome review!

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