*This post is written in partnership with Sago Mini. I received free product to facilitate my review. Opinions are my own.
After having so much fun with the Road Trip themed Sago Mini Box, my kiddos were super excited to see what fun awaited them in the Planes box. They were not disappointed! Sago Mini Box won the afternoon yet again with this collection of travel themed activities.
When you sign up for a Sago Mini Box subscription, you’re getting more than a box full of random toys and activities. You’re getting a box full of creative, imaginative play! (As a former kindergarten teacher turned homeschooling mama, I can tell you that imaginative play is PRICELESS! Luckily for you, you can get in on the magic for only $19 per month, or just $15 per month when you purchase an annual plan. #WorthIt
I LOVED the hands-on nature of the Planes Box. Kids are learning SO much when they work with their hands, developing those fine motor skills while also working out the details of how to execute a build. Plus, when a child has to take the time and care to put together a toy, they are that much more invested – and more likely to take care of it. (Score!)
And literally EVERY PIECE of the Sago Mini Box can be played with. This cute little airport is literally the box all of the activities came in. Nothing is wasted and everything has a purpose.
These fun airplanes (that you can mix and match to create a variety of looks!) were a big hit. My son especially loved trying to fly them in the house. The kit included three different reversible “airports” to place around the house. Fly your plane and see where you land! (This was great for inspiring some conversations about travel destinations!)
The second activity included in the Planes themed Sago Mini Box was the Suitcase Puzzle and Passport Activity Book. (Both were adorable!)Kids “pack” the suitcase as they piece together the puzzle.
The included Passport Activity Book is great for those developing reading and writing skills! (My daughter loved placing the stamps in her passport!)
The fold and make Camera (and photographs) was my daughter’s favorite activity in this box. Little ones will be inspired to take pictures of their pretend adventures and travels. Creativity, imagination, and interests are sparked when kids play with Sago Mini Boxes. Questions are asked. Books are checked out from the library. Pretend play heads in new directions. It’s incredible.
If you have a child in your life, I highly encourage you to find out more about Sago Mini Box. To find out more, please visit http://www.sagominibox.com.