I love trying subscription boxes and the latest was the All Things Crafty Box. Each box is full of at least 7 craft activities for kids and each month has a different theme, ours was Insects and Creepy Crawlies as 20-26th June is National Insect Week.
Each All Things Crafty Box contains a number of activities and craft supplies aimed at 3-6 years old so this was perfect for my children. It comes in a slim but large box which didn’t fit through our letterbox. It contained: Stanley the friendly pompom spider, Build and stick picture frame, Colour in bug masks, Colour and build Butterfly Glider, Bug colouring card, Insect Friendly 3D flower magnets and Ladybird and bees build and play game. Our box included an extra craft to make a Father’s Day card.
This was a great range of crafts and activities so we have been making a few each day. Each child was able to choose a craft and pretty much make them independently. My 4 year old enjoyed the colouring activities whilst my 6 year old loved making the picture frame.
Each craft or activity was packaged individually with helpful labels stating if they needed any adult supervision or extra materials. I thought everything was great quality and it definitely kept my children entertained. This would be a great box to keep children entertained over the school holidays!
You can find out more about the All Things Crafty Monthly Subscription Box here. For just £7.99 a month (including p&p), Chi-Chi World will send your child a box containing at least 7 crafts projects and activities, aimed specifically at Pre-School & Primary School Key Stage 1.
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