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Mud & Bloom June Box Review and 20% OFF DISCOUNT CODE

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When I came across Mud and Bloom boxes, I thought they were a fantastic idea! Mud and Bloom boxes are a monthly, children’s gardening subscription box- packed full of nature crafts & educational activities.

I don’t know about you but my boys don’t get enough time outside as I would like them to. They have to be encouraged and then find an activity that engages them. I was certain that Mud and Bloom would do the trick.

What did we get in the Mud And Bloom box? 

mud and bloom box contents

  • Calendula seeds
  • Beetroot seeds
  • 4 Organic peat free compost pellets
  • Everything you need to make a nature walk journal
  • Everything you need to make painted garden lanterns including a citronella candle, acrylic paint and paint brush
  • Butterfly spotter
  • June Quiz

Mud & Bloom June Box Review

What do we like about Mud and Bloom Box? 

  • Encourages Children (and their parents!) To Get Outdoors.- The weather this week has been fair so I was delighted to have a way of encouraging the children to want to go outside and get some fresh air. They were easily tempted with the fun activity of butterfly spotting.

mud and bloom activity cards


  • Inspires Creativity– I loved the painting the Jam Jar Lanterns. Allowing my boys to paint whatever they wanted. The effect was lovely once the citronella candle (provided) was lit. It offered a great olfactory and visual sensory experience.

Mud and bloom jam jar lantern

  • Notice their natural surroundings – I also loved the fact that the Nature Walk journal encouraged my boys to find ‘natural treasures’. Watching my boys enjoyment of finding things to fill their journal. Encouraging conversations and interested questions.

mud and bloom nature walk journal

  • Growing Food – I love that my boys will be able to watch the ‘garden to plate’ process by growing a beetroot, care for it and eventually eat it.

mud and bloom beetroot

  • Educational– Mud and Bloom subscription box is wonderfully educational in such a fun and engaging way. The box also includes ‘nature news’ about birds, plants, animals and insects that are expected to be seen during the month. Mud and Bloom suited my 3 youngest sons who are 3, 5 and 7. They are at different stages in their education but they could all take part. The children’s learning  can be easily differentiated depending on the age and ability of the child.

mud and bloom nature news

Mud and Bloom is a great way to introduce Natural Science. Children can learn a number of things including seasons and how to notice them merging into one another. The names of flowers and plants and what they need to grow.

All of this can be done in the comfort of your own home.

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valid until 5th July 2018

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*We received Mud & Blooms June Box in exchange for a honest review. All opinions are my own.
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  1. June 10, 2018 / 8:11 am

    The Mud and Bloom box looks amazing! A bit of crafts, some grow your own, a bit of learning fun and an outdoor activity. What’s not to love?! #thesatsesh

  2. The Tale of Mummyhood/Salubrious Place
    June 10, 2018 / 8:33 pm

    These look brilliant, right up my street! Thanks so much for sharing with #Blogstravaganza xx

  3. June 11, 2018 / 8:07 pm

    oh my goodness – these sound lovely – i’m going to get them for my grandson… well maybe in a year or two… he’s only 10 months old at the moment x #thesatsesh

  4. June 12, 2018 / 9:13 am

    My little man would love this, he loves getting his hands dirty in the garden. #AnythingGoes

  5. June 14, 2018 / 9:12 am

    This is really fantastic – such a brilliant idea. I love it. Unfortunately we don’t have a garden – we live in a flat. I would love to grow vegetables. We have managed tomatoes and strawberries on our window sill. #FabFridayPost

  6. June 15, 2018 / 8:14 pm

    These boxes look great! I’m always looking for ways to encourage us all to get outdoors so will look into them further. Thanks for the heads up. #thesatsesh xx

  7. June 20, 2018 / 9:11 pm

    I love Mud & Bloom concept. I think it is such a lovely way to get kids involve with the gardening fun! x

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