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Awesome Pack is a monthly customized pack featuring hours of awesome activities! Each Awesome Pack is customized to your family’s specifics like family members ages, likes dislikes, games you already have, etc. You can opt for the “Awesome Family Pack” or the “Big Kid Mode”. The Awesome Family Pack is for a family that includes adults and children 15 and younger and is geared more towards fun games and activities that the whole family can do together. The Big Kid Mode is geared more for adults (or families with older children 12 plus) and is more about Awesome higher quality games and activities. We received the Awsome Family Pack for review.
Awesome Pack ships via USPS during the last two weeks of the month.
Our March 2016 Awesome Pack included the following items:
~Frog Wobble ($9.95): Wow, I am really impressed with this. First of all, it’s wood, not plastic. And the frogs are chunky and perfect for little hands. That kind of levels the playing field between my 7 year-old and my 3 year-old. Well, kind of. It’s pretty self-explanatory – you put the frogs on without letting the log tip over. Whoever makes the log tip over loses. It can even be played alone.
~Power Rangers Megaforce Mega Blocks Black Ranger Air Glider ($4.99): This glider is designed for ages 5 to 7 and is designed to really fly. I am going to save this for a rainy day for the boys and we’ll see how far it flies.
~Crystal Growing ($9.95): I am ridiculously excited about this. We started on it this afternoon and are hoping for some crystal growth tonight. I’d post a picture, but it currently just looks like a cup of red water. I remember doing these as a kid (it’s packets of crystal base compound and color packets) and they were so cool. I have my fingers crossed that this works so that my kids can see how cool it is too.
~iwako Panda Puzzle Eraser (~$1): I love puzzle erasers and I think it’s so fun to put them together. L thinks it’s fun too and has some on his desk that he fiddles with.
~Scooby-Doo! Coloring Book ($2.57): Both of my boys love Scooby Doo! The older the episodes, the better. Sometimes my 3 year-old likes to “work” with me in my office so I will keep this coloring book in there for him.
~Ocean Dominoes ($9.95): Dominoes are fun for all ages! I like picture dominoes better than number ones for little ones (like my 3 year-old). To start with anyway. He’s more apt to want to play them if they are pictures. These are easy to follow and fun.
~Pokemon Placemat ($9.99): This is probably our least favorite item in the box. Mainly because we aren’t into Pokemon. My 7 year-old knows who most of them are, but he’s not a fan.
~Activity Book: All Awesome Pack‘s include an activity book with puzzles, a journal to write about all the fun you have been having and additional activities to do.
All totaled I came up with a value of $48.40 for the March 2016 Awesome Pack. I thought the variety of items was fantastic and I am just so excited about the crystals! I cannot wait for them to start growing.