My Pretend Place Pirate Dress Up Bonus Box Review – June 2015 + Coupon
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My Pretend Place is a subscription box for children 3-8, that encourages pretend, dress-up, learning and imagination. My Pretend Place‘s mission is to get children crafting, dressing up, pretending and using their imaginations! There are two boxes, a dress up box and a DIY Projects Subscription box. The Dress Up box is $50.00 every 3 month (quarterly) and comes in boy, girl or gender neutral. Each box will contain dress-up costumes, activities or crafts, and other pretend play inspiration. I reviewed the Pirate Gender Neutral Dress Up Box. Every three months, you get a big box of goodies and the two off months, you get free bonus materials.
This is my second My Pretend Place Dress Up Box review for this quarter.
Everything came in a white envelope.
There was a letter from Peg-leg Pete to your child. He says the next task for you child is to learn to make and read a map.
A map and huge sheet of stickers were included. Your child can use the enclosed stickers to make their own treasure map.
The Finished Map.
Final Thought: I love My Pretend Place and their bonus projects are always so cute. We did have an issue the project each month. The stickers didn’t stick too well to the map, so you have to keep it laying flat. Given that these projects are just bonuses, I am not too concerned. If you want to My Pretend Place, use this link with the code pretend to save 30% on your first box of the dress up box or the craft subscription.
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