24 September 2013

Keeping Crafty Kids Bizzy

Bizzy Boxes are a fun montly subscription service, for kids who love crafting – like my kids. The boxes feature educational and learning toys specifically designed for children aged 3-7 years of age.

We recently received a Bizzy Box to review - which was filled to the brim with craft projects. Amelia opened the box and was absolutely delighted with all of the ‘bits’ inside.


Bizzy Box


Bizzy Boxes include arts and crafts, science activities and imaginative play and  are designed by teachers and education specialists to help stimulate imagination and refine fundamental skills of sorting, sequencing, counting, memory and puzzling in an exciting way outside the classroom.

About 2 seconds after opening the box and taking this photo, Amelia asked if she could make something. She got to work making her farm animal sticks. Give her some scissors, glue and bits to put together, and she is one happy little girl.

She is currently colouring a huge sheet which is going to be a board game called “Get into the Barn”… she plans on playing with her brother, though he may not be aware of this little detail. Everything she needs to create her board game is included in the box including the pencils, scissors, glue and even the dice to play the game. Excellent!

As Bizzy Box is a subscription service, it is the perfect gift for a crafty child. And it just keeps on giving. It’s a great gift idea to suggest to grandparents, uncles or aunts, when they’re just not sure what to buy for your child.

With Christmas just around the corner, pop on over to Bizzy Box and have a look at what they have on offer. They currently have a holiday special where you pay for 2 months and get the 3rd for free. And really, who doesn’t like free?

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. We received a complimentary Bizzy Box to review. All images are my own.


  1. What a clever idea! Definitely checking this out!

  2. Although they say they're designed for three to seven year olds, I think they're a bit too old for my grandchildren (aged 3y 7m and 2y 3m) yet! I have them for a week starting next Friday (4 Oct) and something like that would be good but YG doesn't like to sit down and make stuff (yet)!


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