More than a month ago, I saved this draft in my iPhone during that sleep deprived night.
If not for their “Keeping Cool” May 2014 box, I will certainly miss posting this. Anyway, for those who don’t know what exploresandbox is, it’s a monthly crafts box for kids. They have different and appropriate themes every month with complete materials (which I really appreciate) and instructions on how to do it. It’s not just arts and crafts, but it’s also loaded with science facts. 🙂 (check out their official website)
The first box I ordered from them was their Christmas box last December 2013 and that’s what I almost forgot to post. hehe (If my previous post is late, I don’t know what to call this then, hehe)
The Christmas box contained 5 activities – DIY Christmas stockings, DIY Christmas ball, snow like mixture to build a snowman, a science project behind Santa and the chimney, and last was the good deed list.
For this box, we were only able to make 2 out of the 5, for some reason the snowy substance won’t form and i feel it’s a little messy to play with. I also noted to myself to ask Leslie of exploresandbox how it should work, well obviously I forgot doing it. Haaay…
Here’s Liam with his Christmas projects.. 🙂
First project that we did was the Christmas Ball. Excited mommy that I am, I did not read the instruction and put the glitters outside the ball.. The daddy noticed and asked why am putting it outside when instruction said inside.. Sorry naman.. hahaha.. nevertheless, we enjoyed doing it together and this was one of our Christmas ornament in the tree. 🙂
The other project that we were able to make is the Christmas stockings! Liam enjoyed putting on the buttons and for added work, I gave him some cotton balls to glue on top of the stocking. Of course, mommy was the one who sew the socks together.
As for the other projects, I felt Liam was too young for them pa and we ran out of time na since we went home to Manila for the holidays. Nevertheless, we both enjoyed our project time.
Ask if I will order again? Wait for my future posts for my answer. 😉