February 22, 2018

Monthly Family Craft Projects Delivered to Your Door

“I want to do cwafts,” has been a refraining theme ever since my now 6-year-old daughter could talk.  She’s lost her lazy r, but she still wants to do crafts all of the time and so does her little sister.  I try to think of ideas, but oftentimes we simply color.  Either way, spending time with all 4 of my kids, doing the things they enjoy, is a top priority for me just as I know it’s a top priority for you, my Kid Focused readers.  So, I was so excited to learn about a new product called BabbaBox.


Tailored to kids ages 3-6, a month-to-month or annual subscription of BabbaBoxes means that a box of crafts and activities is delivered right to your doorstep each and every month.  Each month’s box centers on a timely theme.  For example, it was “Baking Together” in November and for January the theme is “Get Organized.”  Here’s what that one looks like:




The makers of BabbaBoxes make sure each box is not only something fun that kids will want to tear into, each one has been designed to include the 4 major components centered around the ways kids engage and learn: CREATE, EXPLORE, STORY TELL, CONNECT.  For the story component, a best-selling children’s book is included that centers around that month’s theme.  If you didn’t see it in the above picture, a book about Max & Ruby cleaning up will be in January’s box.  It also includes access to a free app for the “Connect” (technology) component called Toca House, where kids can help cute characters clean up their house.


With the holidays and cold weather upon us, this is a great time of year to get a subscription for your own kids or for the other young kids in your life.


The parent company, BabbaCo, is holding a holiday photo contest. Just Like BabbaCo on Facebook and post your family’s holiday photo for a chance to win an annual BabbaBox subscription (value $299) and a $500 gift certificate to crewcuts by J. Crew.


 Thank you to BabbaCo for sponsoring this discussion.


A credentialed teacher, Julie Samrick is now a stay-at-home mother of four kids and the founder of Kid Focused.


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