This year while I was searching the internet for some fun Easter activities for my boys I stumbled across the Hoppy Easter – Curiosity Box! If you are looking for an original Easter gift for your kids this year look no further.
My boys were very excited when our door bell rang Friday afternoon and it was the mail lady with a “special delivery” just for them. They could hardly contain themselves from ripping into the box.
Inside the box we found 3 Easter themed crafts as well as 1 Easter activity a Curiosity card and some extra Easter toys.
1. Bunny Photo Magnet Craft Kit:
This craft was nice and easy for little hands to peel off the tape and stick together. The boys favourite part was making the pattern with the dots. Now they are both excited to have their picture with the Easter bunny so they can put them in their new frames.
2. Easter Sand Art:
With this craft, you receive little pouches of sand and a peel and stick character. You peel off the cover to find sticky paper under and pour your desired colour of sand on that area. It was a very easy and fun craft for the kids. Their favourite part was choosing which colour sand to use where.
We used a piece of paper under the character and after a little trial and error we ended up dumping the sand into their own little containers and the kids poured them from there.
3. Easter Wreath Craft Kit:
Inside this package are all the supplies you will need to build your Easter Wreath, including the glue and rope to hold it. This was the first craft that my boys wanted to do when they opened this box but I told them we should save the best for last.
The outcome of this craft is so cute but, I want to warn you to give yourself some extra time. This one took us three afternoon quite times to complete as there is a lot of punching out and glue that needs to dry. If you have a 3-year-old as I do I suggest punching out the pieces for them before hand as well as helping them with the glue. In the end I made most of Nathan’s bunnies and eggs, however, Zachary was very happy to sit for the full hour and work on all his own and try to race with me to see who could finish faster. In the end, we have these cute little Easter wreaths for their bedroom doors which they are very proud of.
Carrots and Bunnies Game:
This game is played similar to Snakes & Ladders, the Bunnies being Ladders and the Carrots being Snakes. Zachary and I sat down this afternoon to play this while the little boys had their naps. It was a fun way to pass the time and good practice for Zachary for numbers and learning how to count spaces.
There are also a few extra toys put in the box for kids. My boys had a blast taking their little parachute bunnies and throwing them down the stairs to see who would win!
Busy parents that just do not have time to put together arts and crafts for your children Curiosity Box is the way to go. You have a few days worth of activities to do with your children and no prep time needed. What I love about this is that if you have more than one child as I do you can purchase the sibling add-on for only $11.95 and receive a second full kit and the box comes addressed to both children.
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*Disclosure: I was provided with this product to facilitate my review, all opinions are my own*