Explore with Xplorabox

Hi peeps,
I want to ask you “What you do when you want to engage your kid in something?” Because This is the toughest task for all mom’s face.

I love to do D.I.Y that’s the main reason I feel my daughter should open the gate of creativity which is still hidden inside, explore the new world and learn something new. But still, sometimes I feel my notion ends. Nothing strick in my mind to give a new activity that spellbinding my child attention for the long duration. Apparently with no screening time.

I always up to quest for creative things where fun and learning go hand in hand. I discover Xplorabox which is the solution to my problem. To keep them busy and fun frolic monthly subscription boxes are a great idea. That’s call for exploring Xplorabox . Through play children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, engage in the new experience of exploring everything around.

Xplorabox is a monthly subscription activity box service where the child will receive an age-appropriate theme-based box with exciting projects, games, puzzles, DIY activity kits.

For the Age groups of -2-8 year different theme according to age. You can choose from 3/ 6 / 12-month subscription. There were 5 activities in the box which are well packed in a bag with instructions inside each bag how to make and how it helps your kid’s academy development. You will find all the activity related things inside each bag. No need to buy anything from outside. It’s a well-organized box.
My daughter theme was World Traveller and she is not clear with the concept of the country but xplorabox make it easy to make her understand about country, type of dress people wear in different countries, different country flag, India and their states, World with famous monuments and flags.

We got five activities-

1. Lets Explore India

It is usually not easy to make children learn and understand the concept of country and states . It’s a little confusing and boring for kids. My daughter always remains in a quandary whether Delhi is country or Punjab is part of India. Xplorabox make concept of exploring India easy.
In this activity, we are provided with India colourful Map, the pile of flashcards, cutouts of famous monuments of India and magnifying glass to make the learning more fun and dramatic.

Place the Map of India and make a stack of flash card. Pick up one flash card, read the name of the state and object to find. Find the object with the help of a magnifying glass. Once you find the object, takeout cutout card and insert it in the flashcard

Xplorabox traveller

On the card has given certain information like the capitals of all the states

2. Dress Up People

Girls always love to dress up themselves or their doll. This activity turns out to be the most fun activity for my daughter. This activity is to make the kid learn about different country and its different cultures, customs. Learn beauty in diversity too.
In the activity provided a boy and girl cut out and various country dresses to dress them according to the country customs.


3. Flags Of Countries

It is a craft activity, the child will be creating the flags of four countries.  Kid become messenger of the World peace by bringing the world together and hang this in his favourite place.


4. Travel around the World

Its a game which help the child to learn concepts of passport, countries the different flag of countries, famous country monuments. We both Mom and daughter has great time while playing this  Educational Activity box.
xplorabox traveller

5. Create Monuments

Its craft activity, where kid assemble the given craft material and make famous monuments of the world. As the instruction sheet was available inside the bag with an activity related materials. It was very easy for my kid to assemble it.  You can have The World famous monuments at home created by your little instigator.  Kid will learn about Famous Monuments and Places.


  • Learn things while playing.
  • Uplift General Awareness
  • Revitalize Social skill
  • Refine Reading skills
  • Encourages physical, mental as well as cognitive development.
  • Learning our fine and gross motor skills.
    It gives children practical experience to understand academic concepts better so why not to give the best to kids with Xplorabox, cost of the box is 1099/-



October 16, 2018

9 Replies to “Explore with Xplorabox”

  1. Manas Mukul says: October 18, 2018 at 2:04 am

    Keeping the kids occupied and learning at the same time is a wonderful idea. Nice post.
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  2. Yogita Joshi says: October 17, 2018 at 7:13 pm

    Xplorabox is indeed an amazing way to keep kiddos busy … love your detailed post

  3. Priyal says: October 17, 2018 at 7:42 am

    This one is really helpful for kids to get them busy and will let them learn too, will surely check out this subscription box

  4. Pooja Budhiraja says: October 17, 2018 at 1:42 am

    The box looks very creative. The kids will play and learn at the same time.

  5. Gunjan Upadhyay says: October 16, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    This is a Really Great post. Keeping kids busy and engaged in som educational activity really help them boost their confidence and provide a great learning opportunity.

  6. Richa Mina says: October 16, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    I love the idea of learning while playing.. the Xplorabox is indeed a great infotainment for kids

  7. Siddhi says: October 16, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    All of this is very creative but my daughter is 2 I believe that she is not come of the age where she can handle toys or learning material with care hence i am postponing buying this box for my daughter but definitely gonna get one for my nephews

  8. Alpana Deo says: October 16, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    That’s awesome. I am always up for DIYs and lately I have heard a lot about subscription boxes. They are a great way to let the kids know explore things in a playful manner.

  9. Ritu Kalra says: October 16, 2018 at 4:16 pm

    My kid loves Xplorabox..they have such wonderful activities which makes the kids learn while playing

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