Just what could a Curiosity box be or have inside??
Each month these boxes arrive filled with rather curious products and packages.
And it’s all about science!!
The boxes come full of different experiments each month. All the experiments are fairly easy, and safe enough for most children over 7 years to do. The science packs come with various science themes such as crystal growing and electricity currents etc. Each experiment comes in its own package inside the box and they usually contain everything that the experiments require. Occasionally the odd household item may be needed.
The website does recommend their boxes for 7-11 year olds. I do think this age can be raised a few years as Ryan is nearly 13 and was only too happy to do the experiments, but he does love his science.
One of the packs involved making a green mass of dough material and running a charge through it (or so I got told) and here’s the dough being made which looks a little like slime. Now the experiment is finished, the dough can be played with by Izebella like regular play dough and also Ryan now knows how to make the stuff too.
The boxes can even be personalised with child’s name and details.
The subscription is monthly and starts from £9.95 for a smaller nano box, and £19.99 for the regular box each month. Like many subscriptions, if you sign up for 3 months or more then it works out cheaper than paying per month. The boxes will be different each month and they also have an online shop where one off themed boxes can be purchased.
To get The Curiosity box visit the website – The Curiosity box.
The people over at Curiosity box are giving away one of their Nano boxes. The Nano box contains one experiment and worth £9.95 and is suitable for children over 7 years old.
To enter the giveaway please click the entry link below where you will be directed to the entry page.
Entrants must be UK residents and the giveaway will close on March 16th 2017. One winner will be drawn at random at notified via email. Prizes can take up to 28 days to arrive.