We had the opportunity to review the new subscription arts & crafts box for kids from Wummelbox! The box is from Berlin and just launched in the US! Each Wummelbox is based on a particular theme and includes all the materials needed plus instructions for a child to create 3-4 projects. All projects promote creativity and support a range of developmental skills such as feelings, senses, language, thinking and movement/motor skills and all activities are designed and tested by early childhood educators, designers and parents! It is designed to educate children ages 3-8!
If you aren't sold yet - All Wummelbox materials meet the highest European and U.S. standard for toys and is eco-friendly when possible.
The box arrived and sat in my mail mountain for about a week before we finally got to it. The anticipation was driving Duke crazy and he kept insisting we do an unboxing video. That didn't happen but what did happen was a lot of me explaining what a subscription was and he was SOLD on getting a box every month of surprise goodies. I absolutely loved what I saw when I opened our Time Travel Wummelbox - everything is branded (unlike some other subscriptions we've tried in the past) and sorted into sections: A Stone Age story, Cave painting, Hunter and gatherer and Time machine. We immediately wanted to make the Time machine which is a board with knobs and stickers. Duke could have painted it but he didn't want to and I agree, the natural wood look gives it a better feel.
When he was done, he kept asking me where we wanted to go and we both agreed on visiting the dinosaurs! Putting everything together took Duke about 15 minutes but we were busy with it for a good couple hours. I'm pretty much in love with Wummelbox - very high quality products, creative, love the branding and activities.
Wummelbox 1 month subscription is $34.95, 3 month subscription is $24.95 per month and 12 month subscription is $19.95 per month
Duke loved it and is begging for another box - I was happy he laid around and was busy for a couple hours instead of being glued to Minecraft!
Disclosure: I received a Wummelbox for review purposes. All thoughts are my own.
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