This post is written in partnership with Little World Builder. While I received free product to facilitate my post and was compensated for my time, opinions are 100% my own.
Little World Builder is a subscription box for kids that introduces them to some of the world’s most intriguing architectural buildings and structures through hands-on activities and crafts. Little World Builder was founded by a mom with a passion for architecture, who believes that buildings are more than the materials they’re made of – they’re full of story, history, and purpose. (Yes!!)
The World Architecture Edition subscription is the ultimate introduction to architecture! In the first six months of the subscription, kids will learn about World Buildings, and World Structures in their next six months. Children will get to learn about enclosed structures and spaces like Big Ben, the Sydney Opera House, and the Taj Mahal while learning about World Buildings. When they start receiving the World Structure kits, they’ll learn about some of the world’s open structures like the Great Wall of China, the Statue of Liberty, and the Arc de Triomphe.
We were able to check out the Eiffel Tower box from the World Structure Edition. Here is what was included in our box: The Eiffel Tower 3D Puzzle (EVERY box from either edition includes a 3D puzzle! My kids could not wait to start putting this together!!), An Eiffel Tower Memory Game (that kids get to color!), markers to color the memory game, and an Eiffel Tower Activity Pack. The activity pack included an activity book, an absolutely gorgeous (and frameable) postcard, and information cards. So much (screen-free!!) fun AND learning!
Several of my kids are hands-on learners and learn best through doing, crafting, experimenting, and keeping their hands and bodies busy. So as a teacher turned homeschooling parent, I am always excited by products and companies that get (and keep!) kids engaged in meaningful learning activities. As kids work through each box, they employ creativity, reasoning and problem solving, and loads of STEM skills!
It was awesome to watch the kids (10 and 9) work together cooperatively to build their 3D Eiffel Tower. It was a challenge – but not overwhelmingly so. I love activities that push kids to persist – and ultimately pay off with a great reward. Seeing the satisfaction on their faces after having figured out the puzzle was incredible.
You can head to https://littleworldbuilder.com/ and check out if Little World Builder is right for you. With some subscription boxes, you have NO IDEA what you’re getting. I absolutely LOVE that Little World Builder is completely up-front about what each box will include. You know what to expect and have a clear idea of what you’re paying for. (I have so much respect for that kind of transparency. Just another reason to support this incredible company!)
And my American readers – don’t let the £ sign throw you off! Little World Builder ships worldwide! (*Countries outside the UK will need to pay a shipping fee and any import/duty fees required by your country.)
I highly encourage you to head over to https://littleworldbuilder.com/ and check out these amazing architecturally-themed subscription boxes for kids. (They’re even running a 30% off special* right now – so hurry and grab that deal!) (*Deal on a monthly plan.)
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