In the course of speaking to people about my book, Fed Up with Frenzy, I’ve met many parents who want to do more fun things with their kids, but don’t know how to get started. Some don’t know the rules to playground and other games and some are intimidated by gardening or crafts. While my book contains hundreds of simple activities that families can do right away and either require no materials or basic items that they probably have around the house, some people would still like a little more help, particularly when it comes to crafting.
That’s where BabbaBox comes in. BabbaBox makes it convenient to start spending quality time with your kids because all the materials and content for a variety of activities are included in each box. Boxes can be purchased individually or by a monthly subscription that provides a different themed box each month.
These are some of the upcoming monthly themes: Royal Kingdom,
Rainforest, Recycling, Awesome Artist, and Gratitude.
Each BabbaBox includes four major components centered around the ways kids engage and learn: Create, Explore, Story Tell and Connect. Children create through two or more projects they make themselves. A thought-provoking activity helps them explore. Also included in the box are a book that presents the monthly theme, and links to digital downloads.
This is included in the Gratitude Box:
CREATE: Materials to make three projects, including a serving tray, thank you cards and a hot pad to gift.
EXPLORE: A disposable camera and photo album to make a gratitude journal.
STORY TELL: Giving Thanks, an illustrated book about a father-son nature walk.
CONNECT: Gratitude app downloads that helps kids bake their own cookies to virtually gift.
With the holidays coming, BabbaBox, at $24.99 a month, makes a reasonably priced gift that provides more long-lasting, quality play than a lot of other toys.
Have fun engaging with your family.
This post is sponsored by BabbaCo. The opinions expressed are my own.