Are you excited to learn about New Zealand with Womple Studios subscription box?
After learning about Thailand with Little Global Citizens, I can’t wait to try another travel subscription box for my kids.
We learned so much just from staying in the comfort of our home. Of course, it doesn’t beat the actual experience of traveling to these countries. But until we can travel again, let’s explore one country at a time.
Other travel subscription box reviews:
» Thailand – Little Global Citizens review
» Peru – Little Global Citizens review
» Around the World – Green Kid Crafts review
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What is a Womple?
A Womple is a yeti-like creature from Antarctica who has an unquenchable thirst for exploration and adventure. It came from the word “coddiwomple” (verb), meaning ‘to travel in a purposeful manner towards an unknown destination’.
Womple studios was founded by Erin and Alejandro. As educators and adventurers, their mission is to educate kids and spark love to the world through storytelling and engaging, curiosity-inspiring activities.
What’s inside a WompleBox
• A book from a Womple pen pal
• 2 unique, culturally-significant craft activities
• Fold-out map & country guide with facts, recipes, and activities
• Collectible keychain, re-stickable stickers, & more!
Womple Box for kids
Womple Box is designed especially for children ages 6 to 11. Therefore, if you buy a WompleBox for kids 5 and below, adults would have to assist the kids in reading the books and doing the crafts & activities.
Womple Studios Subscription Options
3 months $24.99/month
6 months $23.99/month
12 months $21.99/month
*plus $5 shipping fee
**They only ship within the U.S. (including U.S. territories and APO addresses)
Learning about New Zealand with Womple Studios
A. Fold-out Map & Guide
The fold-out map will be the parents and child guide. It contains lots of facts about New Zealand.
1. Quick Facts
2. New Zeland Map
3. People: Kiwis
5. Māori Pendants
6. Recipe: Pavlova
B. “Flight of the Kiwi” Adventure Book
This book is about Womple’s adventure in New Zealand. He accidentally helped Tui (kiwi) and Rui (kakapo) escape from a zoo. They went bungee jumping at Kawarau Gorge Bridge. They took a rest in Waitomo Glow Worm Caves. Finally, they were able to play and watch the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup.
The book also included some Kiwi slang, Tararua biscuits recipe, and How to play Rugby
C. Māori Pendant Craft
Your kids can make their own Māori pendant. It has all the necessary materials and instructions.
D. Collectibles: Kakapo Keychain & stickers
One of the world’s rarest and strangest birds to carry with you everywhere!
Womple Studios experience
My son was only 5 years old at the time I bought the WompleBox. They recommend 6-11 years old for their boxes. And I understand why.
Womple Studios subscription box is story-based learning.
When I bought the single box, I read that part but it didn’t really sink in in me what it truly meant. LOL. I was just so excited to introduce New Zealand to my son.
When I opened the box, it was full of reading materials. At 5 years old, my son had just started learning phonics, basic consonant-vowel-consonant words. Having this lots of reading materials means you would have to sit down with your kids to go through the contents.
Don’t get me wrong. There is nothing wrong with sitting down with your kids to do this. I was kinda looking for activities where they can do independently or with minimal supervision. So at least I can do other stuff simultaneously.
Now, my son just turned 6. And he is still looking for something more to ‘do’ or play with other than stickers and clay.
Final verdict: Womple Studios Womple Box Review
Nevertheless, I think IF I had bought this box next year, my son would have engaged more and assimilated the information more. The reading materials are very helpful. Even I learned a few things about New Zealand.
Moreover, as a ‘kid’ subscription box, I would have liked it to have more activities. Though the New Zealand box has stickers and a keychain, it only has 1 clay activity.
Before you purchase a subscription box, read what’s inside the box. Look at the pictures. You know your child best. Decide if the contents of the box are within their level or something they can explore with minimum supervision.
**This is NOT sponsored. We bought this subscription box on our own accord using our own money. We are not affiliated with them nor do we know any people working for them. So rest assured, my opinion here is honest and only based on our experience.
Other travel-themed subscription boxes
» Little Passports
» KiwiCo Atlas Crates
» Little Global Citizens
» Our Little Globe
» Geo Journey
» Up and Away Adventures
» Mysteries in Time
Check out this post for more travel-themed subscription boxes!
Read more about New Zealand
» 4 Family-Friendly Places to Visit in New Zealand
» 10 Amazing Places in New Zealand You Simply Can’t Afford to Miss
GREAT NEWS! Aside from travel subscription boxes, you can also explore the world from the comfort of your home through snail mail subscriptions (like Letters from Afar, The Charm Post, Explore by Mail, etc)! Check them out!
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15 thoughts on “Learn about New Zealand with Womple Studios Subscription Box”
Womple Studios thats so good to know about it.i think it is really best gift for christmas.
I have never heard of the word coddiwomple but I love and appreciate everything it stands for. It truly makes my heart so happy that they are so many tools out there to teach children about culture and the world around them. I lowkey want to invest in some of these for myself too because they look so interesting and I am sure I can learn a few things that I didn’t know before. Thanks for sharing.
I have been wanting to do a subscription box for the kids and you have some great ideas here. I will be looking into doing this in 2021!
Glad these subscription boxes exist, it takes your child to a whole new level of learning, although you can read about New Zealand through the internet, this is still a different and one-of-a-kind experience for a child and I couldn’t agree more with the need for more activities. I hope they make another box but with more learning activities included.
This is fabulous. DO you think I can still get it for the Christmas?
I’ve never looked at “traveling” this way, but it looks like a very good immersive experience for kids.
I think this is such a cool way to learn about a country, companies are getting more creative by the day
New Zealand and Australia are both my travel dreams! The box looks great and it pushes my travel fever even more
Never heard of this before but find it so intriguing. How better do you learn and laughing and playing, right?!
I have always really wanted to travel to New Zealand. It looks absolutely beautiful and many places look so serene and full of life! This box seems really cool. Great post and thank you for sharing!
This sounds like a fun and educational gift for children. I appreciate you mentioning that you need to think about your child and their age and ability before purchasing!
This would be a perfect gift for the Holidays. Looks like a very interesting activity and definitely checking it out.
Seem an interesting box even though I just know about it now. I like that it includes a free book
I haven’t heard of this kind of box before, I am glad I stumbled upon this post. Thanks for the information!
I didn’t even know these boxes existed! Thanks for sharing.