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Friday, October 3, 2014

Surpise Ride Monthly Box Review and Giveaway

As a stay at home mom of four children, I know the joys in the little things - things like getting a surprise box in the mail that makes you and your children excited to do a new, fun project together!

That is exactly what I found when I received my Surprise Ride monthly box. 

Surprise Ride is a subscription service that sends kids ages 6-11 fun and educational hands-on activities that foster creativity and imagination! The company was started by two sisters Donna and Rosy, and they have been working hard to create a lasting impact on the lives of children, beyond the latest toys or technologies.

The Surprise Ride box we received was full of all kinds of ways to explore and learn about Stars! They included everything we needed to play a fun We Spy Telescope Game, plus a compass, a funny flying alien, space activity book, and even freeze-dried pineapples to help us feel like real astronauts in outer space. Besides all of that, we also got all the equipment to design and build a clock!

The best part about Surprise Ride is all the learning that is going on while you are having fun with your child(ren). I believe there is no better way to learn than by hands-on activities, and that is exactly what Surprise Ride offers.

The best part is...every month you get to learn about something new! This would be make a fantastic gift for your child. To give your child a year of Surprise Ride would give you both something to look forward to throughout the entire year. Plus, it offers you a way to connect in an educational way, have fun together, and make lots of great memories!

Great news! We are offering (1) of our lucky readers a chance to win their own Surprise Ride box! Enter below for your chance.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

4 comments:

  1. That looks like a great surprise box with lots of fun things to do.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  2. I'm not sure how to enter, but we'd love to try this out! I have two boys in that age range, and they love their art projects. :)

    http://gypsyroadschool.blogspot.com

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    1. and NOW the rafflecopter starts working, and I look silly. :)

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    2. That is okay. We all look silly at times. Me - a lot of times! :-)

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