Exploring Outer Space with a Sassy Kids Box

My Little Man has  enjoyed the fun of  a Sassy Kids Box in the past and there is something about receiving that little red parcel in the post that gets him real excited. We had a parcel arrive on Saturday and he couldn’t wait to switch of Mine Craft and get started. Of course his sisters like to get in on the act two.

The box this time was Space themed and the first task was to make a UFO from the things provided. We just needed to add some scrap paper and glue. You can see how he got on in the video below. Boo was reading the instructions out to him.

First step was to roll up some scrap paper and stick it on one plate. Then he had to stick the other plate on top. He then decorated the plates with the glitter glue provided. He was also provided with a little space alien that came with a parchute. This was placed inside the cupcake paper and then put upside down on top of the paper plates. The final touch was to stick on the little gems.

Also in the box was a bag of mini marshmallows and some cocktail sticks. I added some more marshmallows and sticks so that his sister’s could join in and make some constellations following the pictures in the leaflet.

There were also quite a few marshmallows consumed during this task.

The finished result was rather good though, don’t you think?

Sassy Kids Boxes are available on subscription to be delivered every two weeks. They are small enough to fit through your letterbox but are packed with activities. Each box contains:

  • Everything For Your Main Activity
  • Super Bonus Activity
  • Extra Fun Challenge
  • Family Game
  • Good Deed Challenge Card
  • Fun Facts
  • Did You Know?
  • Free Competitions To Win Fab Prizes

Each box is £3.99 plus 99p for P&P, but you can get your first box for just £1.99 and 99p P&P

We love our Sassy Bloom Boxes and you can tell the fun my little man had (and his sisters) in this little video we made.

Disclosure: We were sent a Sassy Kids Box for free for the purpose of this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.


  1. March 1, 2017 / 8:00 am

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  2. March 3, 2017 / 11:48 am

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