May 05 2016

Cooper and Kid : The DAD subscription box

Cooper and Kid subscription boxes are wonderful themed boxes, encouraging father bonding time. These awesome boxes are made to appeal to both dad and kid, to have some fun times together. Often it’s hard for moms to get creative with their kids, I imagine it’s much harder for a father. Especially, if you’re the dad of a little girl.

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This month’s Cooper and Kid kit was titled “The Good, The Bad, and The Bugly.” It came very neatly packed and honestly,  the entire box including the actual box, is usable in some form of activity. It includes an activity book to guide you through the box, and find uses for everything. There’s a story book to end the night with. There’s multiple toys in this one, and if you’re feeling a lot more adventurous than I am, you could eat BBQ Larvae.


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This kit included some bug masks, magnifying glass, fake plastic bugs, a pink net (I’m thinking because they knew I had a daughter), a blue and pink fly swatter, some “spider web” tape, the activity guide, a medallion for this month’s Cooper and Kid box, and a wooden bug barn for you to put together with your kid. There’s also the interesting BBQ worms that I mentioned you could try.

I’m sorry I’m not crazy about eating a bug. I’ve done it by accident before, and that’s enough to keep one away from those. There’s recipes in the book, and ways you can play with these awesome bug toys. The story book is entertaining, and even my daughter, was happy to have a bug mask. Moms and Dads, don’t underestimate your little girls. My daughter loves certain bugs, if nothing else, this is at least exposing her to more of them and helping her realize, they’re harmless. I love that a bug barn was included in this, however it’s for ages eight and up. We could do that now, with her watching and let her paint it after. I’d feel better letting my daughter and her dad do that when she’s a little older. Especially since she’s still running away from moths. (Really kiddo? It’s a moth.)

Because I cannot explain the greatness of the Cooper and Kid Subscription boxes, I am dropping a video below for you to explore this service. It’s truly great for learning, exploring and bonding with one another. I am super happy that they include girls in the exploration and world of science. They often get stuck with butterflies and lady bugs!

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