Bramble Box Review June 2015 + Coupon! 30% Off.

Bramble Box Props Review + Coupon! Bramble Box is a gender neutral subscription box that sends items for creative pretend play. It is designed for kids ages 4-8. They send kits like gardener, detective, baker, etc.. Full of crafts, activities, and items to support the theme.

Bramble Box is $25 a month with free shipping to US & $7.95 to Canada. You can check them out HERE and use code summer30 for 30% OFF your first month. Pause or cancel anytime.

June Is World Traveler. My daughter is 4. So my review is with her age group. Older kids would have no issues doing these activities on their own.

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The box is a suitcase! So cute!

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The contents of the box. There is a mix of pretend play items & crafts. Everything is included for the crafts except scissors & tape/or stapler.

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I’ll start with the pretend play items first. A passport with passport stickers and I learned about the different countries stickers. There are also stickers in the passport so we put some on our suitcase as well.

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A world map. I love this. We are hanging this on her wall. Along with Little Passports she is learning quite a bit about other countries.

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Plane tickets! A cute addition to keep in her suitcase for when she travels.

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Doodles United States Coloring book. This has every state in it.

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Here’s an example.

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First activity is Paper Plate Maracas from Mexico. Super simple and cute. Decorate the plates, add beans inside, add string with beads tied on the ends, add 2 streamers, add stick and glue the plates together.

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There was enough for 2 so I got to make one as well. She’s definitely more creative than I am. They are fun to play with.

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Japan Koinoboris. Again pretty simple. Cut streamers, cut scales & eyes from tissue paper, and glue it all together. Add holes and string to hang it.

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Again there were enough materials for 2 so I got to make one as well. Really cute.

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German Alpine Hat. I folded everything and she glued it together & glued on the accessories. I also cut the flowers put which were printed on the back of this card. I started cutting before I realized I didn’t have a picture of it. =)

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It’s so cute! And so easy to make. It will be easy to recreate these in the future.

We really enjoyed this month. Especially the activities. We did one activity a day. She was able to complete them all in one sitting without loosing focus or getting bored. And she has items to extend her play with. I also loved that there were enough for 2 of the crafts! We really liked this box! If you’d like to check them out you can do that HERE & make sure you use code summer30 for 30% Off.

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