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Mysteries in Time Subscription

By Evette Garside @evette77

This subscription box is one for the kids and mainly aimed towards 7-11 year olds and therefore Jordanna gets it this time around.

Mysteries in time subscription

I think many children can find history lessons a little boring, I for one was never a huge fan of the subject at school; although I did find some parts of it more interesting than others.

The Mysteries in time box makes history more fun by sending a personalised monthly time machine box to children every month. The box comes with child's name on and is full of items relating to part of the worlds history.

Mysteries in time subscription

The first box starts with ancient Egypt which happens to be one of the history areas I did enjoy at school. These are Jordanna's box contents.

Mysteries in time subscription

There are two box sizes - classic and bumper and both contain similar items. The boxes start at £7.95 monthly. There is quite a few interesting things inside the Egypt box such as colouring sheets, world map, a booklet all about ancient Egypt which is quite informative for children and even an Egyptian statue to keep too. The included yellow craft packet contained even more products to help create more models and crafts.

Mysteries in time subscription

I think it's a nice idea to help get children interested in history. Other box subjects include WW2, Aztecs, Ancient Greece and many more. Learning about historical important events such as these can help children with school subjects and homework and of course learning about the world and history all around them.

The subscription can be stopped any time and these boxes seem perfect for boring rainy days school holidays too.

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Mysteries in time subscription


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