Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Toucan Box Review

A few weeks ago we had the chance to review a Toucan Box. I was really looking forward for this to come as Mia loves Arts and Crafts. Toucan Box is a company where you can get an arts and crafts box full of fun activities for ages 3-8 years, delivered to your door! How cool is that?
 
We received the first box from the Toucan Box. It was a fabric bag, tissue paper, paint brush, cards, stencils and felt tips.
 

 I really liked these cards. We went for a walk once and the girls, Mia mostly really enjoyed trying to find these things. Very educational and get the child's brain working when they are also having fun.

Mia had so much fun doing this. We cut the tissue paper in different shapes and sizes then stuck them on to the card paper as the instructions told us so. We then brushed water over and put it on to the bag and pressed and rubbed it down. Very simple to follow.


As you can see the print didn't come onto the bag very well, but Mia loved it - so I was very happy.
Mia loved doing this activity. She loves painting, drawing and designing things. So if you're child is a little artist then this would be a great product to be delivered to your door for your child!

Overall: I do think it is a good idea if you are stuck with activites with your child(ren) this could be a good way to keep your children busy through the day or during the holidays.

This box I received is £3.95. You can order yours here.

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