Just before the weekend, A Weekend box arrived at the door.
Last year I reviewed weekend box and was only too happy to receive yet another box to review. Well I keep saying “Me” but the Weekend box is a subscription service for kids which my children seemed quite happy about.
Weekend boxes arrive at the door and are packed full of crafts for bored kids to do. There will always be a recipe kit included which may involve a flavouring or topping. An email will be sent out prior to the box arriving to let parents know what other ingredients are needed. As well as a recipe the box will also contain several little projects based around a theme. Our theme is the “Chinese New Year”
Each project is packed into its own coloured bag. The bags are colour coded to match up to an instruction sheet and contains pretty much everything that is needed for that particular project.
In our Chinese New Year box were projects to make Chinese drums, lanterns, dragons and a cooking activity involving chocolate and wraps. Jordanna has been busy out with friends and so Ryan and Izebella got to work together to do a few crafts. Some of them didn’t quite turn out as expected, mainly due to Izebella wanting to take over everything but they have both had lots of fun trying.
Weekend box is a fortnight subscription service for kids. Kids will be delighted when there box arrives. Mine were very eager to open to see what was inside. The boxes cost £7.50 with the first one usually being just £3.75.
I have a special code which can be used by all my readers which will get you a Weekend box for free.
To get your free box simply head over to https://www.weekendboxclub.com/main/home, sign up to the club with your details and use this promotional code.
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