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Subscription craft boxes for children

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Lazymama2 Thu 27-Feb-14 08:45:59

Hello ladies. DD will be 4 next month and will be stating school in Sept. I am 3 months into mat leave and would like to spend more time with her before she goes to school so have decided to reduce her nursery hours nad keep her home on Fridays. I would like to do crafty things with her as she loves her (Mister) Maker box but just randomly sticks things to paper. Then i found out about these subscription craft boxes where they send you an activity with all the requisite materials on a monthly basis. The companies that look good are little letter (ages 3-5) and rainy day box co (no age specified) also toucan (3-8). Does anyone have any experience of these and can recommend one? I am veering towards little letters as dd will be able to do activities and not be frustrated that she cant do things for herself.

pookamoo Mon 03-Nov-14 10:03:47

bumping this thread in case anyone has any comments. My mum has said she'd like to get dd1 something like this for Christmas.

pookamoo Mon 03-Nov-14 10:04:29

(I know it's a zombie thread, but worth reviving rather than starting again!)

Etihad Mon 03-Nov-14 10:12:28

Little letters are brilliant, you get quite a wide range of items and they are easy enough to do. Not sure about ages, as my little ones have special needs but they were just right for us. We tried Toucan boxes, but these were harder and we didn't enjoy as much.

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