My daughter and I love the March 3-4 year old box. When she opened it she immediately took the G&F Kids Garden Tool Set and Bag ($16.99, but cheaper on Amazon) outside to work. The tote is cute and the tools are “real” gardening tools. I like that they are metal because they work like big people tools and seem like they are going to be really sturdy. In addition to the garden set there is an adorable Mudpuppy Princess Make-a-Mask ($11.99). This is a great quick craft project to have on hand. To help out with making the masks are Left Right Crayons by International Arrivals ($7.95). The crayons are an interesting concept, but I don’t understand why normal crayons are not for right handed and left handed people. If you little one needs chunkier crayons I could see these being helpful, but I think my little prefers skinnier crayons. In addition to these three items, the box has the natural egg dye that was in the 2-3 year old box and a soap made by LoveLee Soaps. The soap included for the 3-4 year old age group is a little blue bird.
I am impressed by both the 2-3 year old and the 3-4 year old March boxes, but I think that this box is much more developmentally on target for my daughter. Even though Silly Rhino is one of the more expensive boxes I subscribe to, I think that they are worth the money. The value of the products is always higher than the price I paid. If you want to find out more about Silly Rhino check out their website.