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Bramble Box provides creative play kits containing dramatic play materials and activities. Educational and fun, Bramble Boxes promote free play. Every box contains all the materials you need and a little inspiration – all you have to add is imagination. Boxes are designed for children age 3 – 8, but could be enjoyed by a variety of ages of children over age 3. Since the activities are open ended, kids can use them in a way that best suits their play level.
Bramble Box ships via USPS and took just a few days to arrive. If you sign up before midnight on the 4th of the month, they will ship your first crate by the 15th of that month. Otherwise your first box will ship the following month.
The May 2016 Bramble Box theme was “My Flower Shop” and included the following items:
~The Information Booklet: In the past the Bramble Box information card was just a single sheet of paper. This month there was a full booklet with instructions on how to make your flowers for the shop, a little information about the theme plus some information on State flowers.
~Price List / Money / Signs: Included in the box was play Bramble Box money, a Price List, a sign to hang showing the hours you are open and an Open/Closed sign.
~Materials: Materials necessary for the flower shop project included two flower pots, tissue paper in a variety of colors, glue, cupcake holders, pipecleaners, doilies, crayons, glue and smiley face stickers.
~Final Product: Flower Shop: We did this project up-north and everyone helped to make some of the flowers. The tissue paper ones were easy to make, but we had a little trouble with the cupcake paper ones – it took my 14 year-old cousin to figure it out. It looked cool once done though.