Anyone who knows me knows how mad I am about crafting, and doing arts and crafts with my kids and I always love ideas that make things easier for parents. Craft boxes are always high on my present list, for both birthdays and Christmas.

A couple of weeks ago the lovely Sahar came to show me samples of her new ‘edu-tainment’ service Trunkaroo, a supply of hands-on craft projects for 3 – 8 year olds, which launched this month. Trunkaroo is such a fabulous idea executed in a really exciting way. They provide all the necessary materials, instructions and ideas for an individual craft in a single little “trunk”, taking the hassle out for the grown-ups. Each fun-packed trunk includes a project that encourages children to explore topics including art, science, cooking, exploring, and inventing. One of the many great things about Trunkaroo’s creative projects is that they’re all gender neutral and have been tried and tested by many children.

Sahar plans to launch a genius subscription service early next year, which would make the perfect present for any 3 to 8 year old. This truly is the ultimate godchild present that keeps on giving, but what I’m really excited about is their limited edition Christmas Cheer Trunk, which is hot off the press, and available in time for Christmas this year. The box contains holiday themed art and science projects. I’ve got mine laid out in front of me and I’m about to dive in with my daughter after school today.

Trunkaroo are offering our readers £5 off all orders with code MYBABA-ROO, valid until Dec 15th.




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