When Cubby Kits announced they were looking for people to review their art boxes I had just the toddler they required!
Kayleigh loved arts and crafts (as does Ethan just not as a much!) so I knew she would love to get involved in this.
The first thing I noticed and loved about CubbyKit is the package is addressed to the toddler, Kayleigh loves getting parcels even more so when she see’s her name on them!
The boxes are aimed at 2 age groups, 3-4 year olds and 5-6 year olds. Inside the boxes you will find everything you need for 3 projects (plus extra to be creative). The CubbyKit is well organised inside with each activity set out in individual bags with instructions and the little parts in there and the bigger items needed are in the box in little pots.
We started our day making the 3D Rocket picture to begin with. Both Kayleigh and Ethan could join in with the colouring and sticking.
We also attempted our Mushy Martian playdough too 🙂
CubbyKit is a subscription that you can either take out monthly or for a yearly subscription. A monthly subscription is £19.99 and although you might at first think this is expensive, it is actually a great price for the products in the box. Not only are you supplied with instructions which are printed on cards for you to keep and all the materials you need but they also supply you with any crayons, pens, glue, safety scissors and anything else you need. It really is art in a box!
We loved our box and still have some crafts to do. If you’re looking at doing something with your children monthly this is for you! Head to CubbyKit for more information on how to sign up.
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