Little Hands Learning New Investigator Boxes. Hello everyone, I hope you are well. In today’s post, I will be sharing a press release about the Little Hands Learning New Investigator Boxes. A new range of subscription boxes aimed at children aged six and over. These educational boxes are designed to ensure children not only fall in love with reading. To retain that passion as they progress from picture stories to more complicated chapter books.
Little Hands Learning New Investigator Boxes
Little Hands Learning is launching, on Monday, 26th September 2022, a new range of subscription boxes aimed at children aged six and over.
Following the popularity and success of the Explorer Boxes for children aged three years and over, which help foster a love of reading. Little Hands Learning has now launched the Investigator Boxes. These aim to ensure children not only fall in love with reading. Retain that passion as they progress from picture stories to more complicated chapter books.
Much like the Explorer Boxes, the new Investigator Boxes contain an expertly chosen book and have the exact items needed to create a fun, hands-on, educational activity. The boxes also contain three carefully designed meaningful literacy. Numeracy challenges to extend the child’s learning from school and extra ideas inspired by the book. Children can enjoy using the resources provided in the box. The boxes also allow parents, carers and other family members to spend quality time with their children without needing lots of planning, shopping and preparing.
Little Hands Learning conducted extensive research on their target age group when developing the new range and designing the boxes. In particular, they asked them about which lessons they enjoyed at school. Most children responded that they loved arts and crafts, STEM, gardening and baking, and they wanted to do more of these at school. They all wanted more fun, hands-on learning activities.
Consequently, the new boxes not only contain a book chosen by educators with many years of experience but also have the exact items needed to create fun, hands-on educational activities. The children can choose from one to three challenges related to the book, all with an educational benefit… but all great fun.
When a customer chooses to subscribe, their child will receive, in their first box, a writer’s notebook and pencil to inspire those budding authors and illustrators of the future.
Isabell Fisher, the co-founder of Little Hands Learning, said:
“The idea of the Explorer and Investigator Boxes is that children fall in love with reading and that this is nurtured as they grow. It also enables parents/carers to sit together and enjoy an activity linked to the book. Above all else, we want the books and activities to be fun for everyone taking part.”
Quality and sustainability are also crucial to Little Hands Learning;
“We carefully select everything that goes into the box to ensure that it is of the highest quality and can be reused many times. Our packaging is eco-friendly, and we avoid sending any single-use plastic.” says co-founder Alex Hasell.
The Explorer and Investigators boxes can be purchased as subscriptions, gift plans or one-off packages. They also offer sibling boxes. The Investigators boxes start at £16.50 per box, and the Explorer boxes start from £21.
For more information, go to: https://www.
If you have questions for Isabell, please drop them in the comment section.
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ABOUT LITTLE HANDS LEARNING
Little Hands Learning is an educational and eco-friendly subscription box for children aged three and over. Every month your child will receive an exciting gift in the post containing a beautiful book and everything needed for engaging and fun activities linked to the book.
The fun and meaningful activities are designed by teachers to focus on key areas of the National Curriculum. The curated books together with the activities help nurture healthy minds and encourage literacy skills, giving children the best start to their education. www.littlehandslearning.co.uk
Hhhmmmm…this must be nice. I am glad the learners enjoy the arts subjects a lot in school. I’d love to send Quinlan an investigator box!
Sounds great to me. I like that it’s an eco friendly box!
This is good to know that there are these kinds of activity books and learning materials for kids. They are too occupied with gadgets nowadays so having to divert on this kind of thing would be a good one to develop their skills.
This is the type of thing that I love getting for my kids, especially my youngest son who likes to use his hands in learning. Unfortunately, most subscriptions here are just a bunch of books and more books, which can be very frustrating, so I end up just buying those Science kits at the toy store.
Such a great idea! It is nice to have some activities to keep kids busy, and I love how much thought was put into creating these boxes.
These are interesting and will pass it to my family. I’m sure they will love it. Thank you for sharing!
Never mind little hands, my hands would love this! I love all things creative, no matter what they are, and I can already think of several things I could do with my new ‘marbling’ skills!
my kids are going to love these and way better for there people growth than they toys they normally get.