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Calendar October 4, 2015 10/04/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

BaptuBox September 2015 Review + Exclusive 60% Coupon

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I received this box for review.

BaptuBox September 2015 Review

BaptuBox September 2015 Review

BaptuBox is a new art, craft and science based subscription box for children 5-8 years olds. Boxes are $29.99/month and filled with 2-3 art, craft and science projects each month.  Your first box will included markers and scissors, in addition to all the craft and materials needed for the projects.

The Details: 

Cost: $29.99. $79.99/3 months.

Coupon: Save 60% on your first box with the code SM60.

Shipping: Free

What’s in the box?  Every box comes with all the materials and tools needed to make 2-3 art, craft and science projects.

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BaptuBox shipped by USPS and came in a white box.

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I liked that BaptuBox packed the supplies with bubble wrap, to prevent breakage.

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There were three projects this month:

  • Frog Puppet
  • Giraffe Visor
  • Balancing Girl

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Each project has a list of the materials needed.  There are pictures, but they are sketches.

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The booklet also has step by step instructions to complete the project.

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L got working on the frog puppet right away.

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He really enjoyed painting the plates and assembling the puppet.  There was alot of glue and painting involved, so it took awhile for everything to dry.

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The finished frog puppet is super cute!

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The next project is the giraffe visor.   There were three bags of supplies to make a cute little visor.

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This was fast and easy to put together, it just needed gluing.

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The finished visor.  While my kids don’t tend to wear hats, this will probably go on a stuffed animal.

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Balancing Girl was the last project.  You make a little doll that balances on a string.

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L decided he was done crafting, so T (age 3) decided to help.  He loved gluing all the pieces together.

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This is the finished doll.  We didn’t get a chance to set up the wire yet, but the everything was easy to put together.

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Final Thought:  This was a fun box for both of my kids (ages 6 and 3). The crafts weren’t super fancy, but they took several steps to assemble, so it wasn’t quickly done and forgotten.  The frog puppet was my family’s favorite.  If you are interested in trying BaptuBox, check out this link with the code SM60 to save 60% on your first order.

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This entry was posted in BaptuBox Reviews, Children Subscriptions, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Sunday, October 4th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


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