Kids Activity Boxes

What's the best activity box for kids? First Wonder Box!

Educational toys that support EYFS & KS1 learning

  • A fortnightly box aimed at 4-8 year olds
  • A different theme with each box
  • You can pause at any time

Get your first box for half price

Learning through play

Created by the passionate team behind award-winning children’s newspaper, First News, First Wonder Box is designed to help children develop fine motor and problem solving skills, while growing in confidence as they explore the human body, the natural world, history, animals, technology and science.

Educational toys that support EYFS & KS1 learning

Each box contains all materials needed for creative projects, a toy and an activity book, packed with word searches, crazy facts, games and puzzles – all based around a different theme every fortnight.

And, as if that’s not enough, you’ll also get collectable cards and stickers, plus the box itself even transforms into a game or activity, too.

Get your first box for half price

Future boxes £8.99 each.

Worried about screen time?

With so many digital toys and screens competing for our children’s attention, it can be hard to find meaningful ways to entertain them. Introducing First Wonder Box – the kids’ activity box that the whole family can enjoy.

Created especially for 4-8 year olds, First Wonder Box is a series of themed activity packs that explore a new topic every two weeks. Learning comes to life as kids can get hands-on with activities and play with new ideas – taking them on an exciting journey of discovery.

Get your first box for half price

The perfect mix of learning and fun, First Wonder Boxes provide hours of entertainment for all the family.

So, if you’re looking for great activity books for kids or just want to try something different – get your first box for half price.

How it works

Personalised box delivered fortnightly.
Explore exciting themes with activities and games bringing learning to life.
Pause or cancel your subscription at any time!

Did you know?

Play is an essential part of a child’s development. Through creative activities, imaginative play and simple games, children develop cognitive and social skills, while growing in confidence as they make sense of the world around them.