First Wonder Box has been created by the same people who publish First News, a newspaper for children This new box is aimed at kids age 4 – 8. Little C is seven and a half, so is a good age to try this out!
Everyone loves castles!
Everything folds up neatly into the packaging, which fits right through the door.
There’s a terrific Activity Book, which give you lots of games and puzzles as well as excellent trivia and information about castles.
There were also collectible cards, and cool pencil and eraser, and growing knight figure, and a castle to make!
We put the knight in the water, I wonder how big he’ll grow!
The castle set was fun. The pack contained pieces of shaped foam that fitted together very well, and then a whole load of stickers to decorate it.
The box opened up to make a whole scene for the castle, plus stickers.
This is a really lovely and impressive box, especially for the bargain price of £7.99!
The activity book is very informative, and the themes are great for any and all children.
I really like the imaginative aspect, having a castle to make and then it can be played with using all the things learned in the activity book.
Little C’s one complaint was that there were no girl knights, and the only girl in the castle model was a princess.
When she designed her own knight in the activity book she took care of the ‘no girls’ problem!
But otherwise this was a great deal of fun, and again, extremely good value. Little C really enjoyed making the castle (despite the lack of girls) and it was a model that was easy to make but has a very satisfying result. She also did castles as a school project theme recently, so it was great timing!