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Weekend box, review and freebie

February 3, 2016 - family, parenting

This weekend the children received a Mini Weekend Box to review. They loved the colourful box and fun characters.
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They were very excited to see what was inside.
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They decided to do one craft each. S did a little gardening project, which was absolutely perfect for her. She needed a little help cutting the bottle and reading the instructions but the rest she did on her own. We’re now waiting to see what will grow.
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Little S had a mask to make. She loved colouring it in and gluing, and I helped with all the cutting.
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It took about half an hour to complete the box and then the children coloured in the certificate in the bottom of the box.
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The boxes normally cost £4.95 each and are definitely worth the money. They’re the perfect Sunday afternoon activity for creative children. Little S is still running around with her mask on 3 days later!

Weekend boxes were founded to deliver inspirational, creative activities to busy families who love to spend time together. All boxes come with free delivery and fit through your letter box.
All weekend boxes are themed around topical events and the activities fit into one of four four categories.
-Something to make (arts and crafts)
-Something to bake (cooking activities)
-Something to explore (sensory exploration activities) and
-Something green (things to plant or up-cycle).

If you would like to pick up your free box go to www.weekendboxclub.com and enter code TANYA305 at the checkout.

*I received the mini weekend box free for the purpose of reviewing. All thoughts are my own.

13 thoughts on “Weekend box, review and freebie

angela hamilton

I like their boxes they are always full of fun activities

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JuggleMum, Nadine Hill

Looks like Little S really enjoyed making her mask! Kids adore anything crafty, don’t they?

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TheMadHouse

I love boxes like this for none crafty families. Anything that gets families creating and making together is ace in my book

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Sarah Ebner

I love the idea of boxes sent to the kids – especially ones which get them creating rather than just staring at a screen. It looks like this kept yours entertained – great idea.

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Phoebe @ Lou Messugo

I would have loved my kids to get boxes like this when they were younger, such a fun way to get the creative juices flowing.

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Kara

I love this idea for a rainy weekend indoors

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Nayna Kanabar (@SIMPLYF00D)

These boxes must be a god send for kids on rainy days.They look like a lot of fun.

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Cass@FrugalFamily

What a great idea – we used to have a craft box that we would add to all the time but I love the idea of this too x

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pigeonpairandme

These boxes are such a good idea. A nice thing to take away on holidays too, especially when you’re not sure what the weather will be like.

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londonbirdlucy

Fab, I like boxes that keep my kids entertained.

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Oana

We got this too and are taking it with us to Greece, so that Emma has something fun to do with her relatives there, lol! I agree, they are a great bargain at this price!xx

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    Happyhandley

    Ooh have fun in Greece

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