Peekapak: Unpack Imagination #Review #SMHGG2014

Hi there dear readers, I’m finally sitting down after chasing my kids to write this review. I’ve never been this excited about a subscription box for kids – honest! I’ve tried out other subscription boxes for kids and have been disappointed so you can see why, after enjoying this box with my son, I am so excited about sharing Peekapak with you. While the other boxes may have been enjoyable by others they simply weren’t interesting for my 3 year old. But I digress – let me share Peekapak with you!

*Disclosure: I received one or more products mentioned below for free to facilitate a review. Regardless all opinions are my own and I would only recommend products I use myself and believe will be good for my readers. This post also contains affiliate links which means, at no additional cost to you, if you click on a link and make a purchase I may be compensated.

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Give your little one a hands-on, storytelling adventure with Peekapak! Each month receive a Peekapak filled with a storybook designed with educators and 2-3 craft projects to spark their creativity and imagination. Starting as low as $19.99/month.

Each Peekapak box contains 2-3 activities and 1 book.

The Activities
Dino Hat
Your Dinosaur World
Peekapak Pals Cut Out

We had the most fun with the Dino Hat and Your Dinosaur World activities. The instructions were in the back of the cute book our Peekapak box came with and the activities were simple and short – perfect for my toddler who is still not able to focus on an activity for more than 10-15 minutes. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Peekapak: Unpack Imagination #Review #SMHGG2014 @StylishMomme

The Peekapak Pals and the Day of the Dinosaurs

Peekapak: Unpack Imagination #Review #SMHGG2014 @StylishMomme

We had fun playing with the blue jewels and dinosaurs the most.

Peekapak: Unpack Imagination #Review #SMHGG2014 @StylishMomme

As neat as it looks, he wanted to open it back up and play with the dinosaurs.

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And we had fun posing for the camera! ๐Ÿ™‚

Here are the Peekapak Pals Cut Outs. You cut out the Dino's and glue them to the Popsicle sticks that came with the project and viola, cute little Dino puppets!

Here are the Peekapak Pals Cut Outs.

Peekapak: Unpack Imagination #Review #SMHGG2014 @StylishMomme

Peekapak Cut Out Pals Completed!

And here are all the little Peekapak pals, cut out and glued to the sticks. Gluing everything in this project was EASY! Little strips of glue dots were apart of the materials in this project. To use them you simply break off a square at the perforated line; peel off the clear piece of paper with the glue dot stuck on it; and then stick it to whatever you want to glue and peel off the clear paper and viola!

Peekapak: you’re not just unpacking imagination, you’re unpacking fun!ย Save 40% off your first Peekapak with code WIN3MONTHS.

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Comments

  1. That box sounds awesome! Heck I want to play with it myself. What a great way to get kids to be creative.

  2. Lindsay Giedosh says:

    I love the idea of subscription boxes, especially for kids because it’s always something new and exciting to keep their interest. This one looks so fun!

  3. The Dino hat looks like a ton of fun! Great review, I have to get this for my little boy!!

  4. Ashley Gebauer says:

    This box Would Be Such A Nice Little Surprise For My Daughter, Something that isn’t in her usual daily play. Who doesn’t love cool new things to play with!?

  5. That looks super fun, I think my niece may love this too since she likes that Ice Age movies but I think that sphere looks neat. I would hang it up in front of the window. But i totally understand the want the kids have to take things apart that you spend time making.

  6. Looks neat, but my kids are too old for this ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Natalie Nichols says:

    This sounds like a lot of fun. My son would love it!

  8. Amber Ludwig says:

    I love the themed activities! Sounds like enough to keep us occupied and learning for the day ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. These are really cool and I love that they are themed, this would be great for preschoolers and a fun afternoon activity, love your review!

  10. Love the Dinasour theme and how its used

  11. This Peekapak looks like a great way to keep kids occupied.

  12. Kimberly Flickinger says:

    What an awesome box! Thank you for your review!

  13. Sarah Watkins says:

    I love subscription boxes. So much fun. And my kids love getting packages in the mail.

    • I like subscription boxes too and my 3 year old is the same way! I give him the junk mail when he doesn’t get anything. For now junk mail pacifies him. For now . . . lol!

  14. This would be great for my nephew

  15. Emaida Kupriฤ‡ says:

    It looks sooo creative and fun

  16. That looks like a great idea. I wish they had more things like this available when my kids were young. At least I have my grand kids to enjoy things like this. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Aan awesome box that is perfect for their attention span. Thanks for the pics and review. I think my youngest grandsons would love this. Especially with dinosaurs.
    Czarol L

  18. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    This is a great idea! I would do this for my grandchildren.

  19. Rosalind Gutierrez says:

    Clever idea to interest the young ones. You can never have enough projects for youngsters who want can whine when bored.

  20. Angela Thomas says:

    This is a wonderful idea, I think I would be as excited as my daughter to get these in the mail. Receiving the book plus activities that build on the story, what a great way to encourage reading and the enjoyment and learning that comes with reading.

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