Weekend Box

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11 Responses

  1. What a great idea and not a bad price! I think the heads up email is fab too. I need to remember this for when Sophie is bigger x thanks for linking up to #playathometuesdays

    • stoppingattwo says:

      The kite was a brilliant idea as not only was there the enjoyment of making it, but Freyja loved trying to fly it.

  2. Fab thank you Karen, so if I am going to use on the train, and obs not going to be cooking, then I just need to take some scissors xxx

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Depends on which activities you got I guess. The nice thing is that each activity sheet has a checklist of what is needed for that activity. Hope it went well!

  3. Coombemill says:

    A great set to encourage craft and outdoor play. I love the little kite. Thank you for sharing on Country Kids.

  4. It’s a great idea to get them doing as oppose to watching #sundaystars

  5. Mim says:

    Oh that’s such a good idea! I often wonder what to do on rainy days and these are lovely ideas – I wish they did a box for toddlers 🙂 Mim @ mamamim.com #sundaystars

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Yes – a box for little ones would be a great idea. Although saying that, just a box would entertain my youngest for quite some time!

  6. kris says:

    Great fun and so convinent!

  1. February 4, 2015

    […] however I read a number of reviews of the Weekend Box from fellow bloggers Karen at Stopping at Two and Amy at Everything Mummy. They wished me luck if I was going to take the box on the train.  I […]

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