I'm full of good intentions, I have lots of children's craft books dotted around the house and an extensive craft box for them should we need coloured pompoms, googly eyes or even rainbow coloured pipe-cleaners. But the fact is whenever I open a craft book there is often something else we are missing or simply by the time we have located all the items, they are bored with the idea of the craft. That's what's so brilliant about the Weekend Box Club - apart from a few store-cupboard ingredients (which are mentioned to you through email when the box is dispatched so you can be prepared) everything is right there for you to instantly do with your child.
In each pack you get four activity cards; something to make, something to cook, something to read or write and something green. Every activity is inspiring and thought provoking.
There's another aspect to this; as a parent it can be daunting trying new recipes with children but the way in which the cards are written makes each idea seem much more child-friendly and approachable.
So at the moment Christmas is just round the corner and it's just one of those occasions where everywhere you look there are beautiful pictures of children settled in front of a cosy fire making homemade Christmas cards and eating homemade mince pies. This idealistic imagery is usually unachievable for me, but now with the bite-size chunks of crafts and creativity that Weekend Box Club provides I have had many days of topical fun that has made memories for us as a family. They say a photo tells a thousand words, so here's the evidence....
I love the fact that activities are seasonally topical - making each and every month of the year magical!
So a big thanks to Weekend Box Club for making magical memories for my children....
If you would like to find out more information then please visit https://www.weekendboxclub.com/