Bramble Box October 2015 Review
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Bramble Box delivered an awesome box for October The October 2015 Bramble Box theme is “Wizards”! Bramble Box is a play subscription box for children 3-8 years old. Each box is $25.00/month and boxes are filled with dramatic play materials. Boxes have specific themes, like post office, detective, and scientist.
Cost: $25.00/Month, $75.00/3 Months, $144.00/6 Months, $276.00/12 Months.
What’s in the box? Each box will contain props and play materials to fuel your child’s imagination.
Bramble Box ships in a square brown box via USPS. The sticker this month had a fox with a wizard’s hat on it.
First Look. The information card is always stuck on the inside of the lid. This month, there was also a glow in the dark rubber bat!
This month’s box was all about wizardry and featured STEM projects. Since T and I have time together during the day, he and I completed this box together.
There was a book that contained all the projects and STEM activities in the box.
The first step to becoming a wizard is to make a hat and cape.
There was a nice blue cape and stars to attach.
There was also a hat to cut out and more stars. I cut out the hat and let T decorate.
T peeled and stuck all the stars himself.
The next project was to make a magic wand. This was T’s favorite project!
There was a stick and plenty of large stars, but T chose yellow.
T did some magic over the cape.
For the STEM projects, there was two test tubes and some crystals and color change tablets.
Water Change Crystals: This projects uses the gel crystals water and the color tablets to make cool gel crystals.
The finished product was cool gel pieces.
Bubbling Lava: The next project made a mini lava lamp. We actually did this project twice, once during the day, then once for C.
T loved saying magic words to make the project work.
This is the start of the lava lamp tube. I must admit, I loved this project too.
T in his wizard outfit. Yes, he isn’t wearing shoes, but he is 3 and sometimes you just don’t fight it.
The back of the cape.
Final Thought: This was a fantastic box from Bramble Box and this was T’s favorite. Most STEM boxes are for much older children, so I was happy that they made fun projects for 3 year olds. T couldn’t wait for his dad to get home to show him his magic. Bramble Box is a great box to provide fun and tools for imagination. To try Bramble Box, use this link.
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