I don’t know about you, but we love a subscription box. We love the mystery of not knowing what you’re going to receive. The excitement is unreal. Especially subscription boxes that educate and entertain my boys!
We’ve been asked to review Mysteries In Time Subscription Box. Which is designed and marketed towards history-loving junior school children aged 7-11-year-olds.
Mysteries In Time is a fun and practical way to engage your children in world history through the ages. With topics such as Vikings, Ancient Rome, Victorian Era, Ancient Greece and Ancient Egypt.
With 2 plans to choose from.
Classic box where in both you receive
- In your first box, you receive a world map
- Glossy history magazine
- Themed bookmark
- Sticker sheets
- Timeline sticker sheets
Bumper Box where you will receive all the above and
- Themed gift
- Craft Activity
Within your plan you can choose to select to pay for a one off box or a 1, 3, 6 or 12 month plan. With your box being shipped on or around the 23rd of the month.
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We loved that our first box came with a massive world map, which can be used for other learning too! Finding pride and place on our playroom wall.
My boys love discovering new places and being able to identify them on the world map.
With the Ancient Egypt History and Facts magazine being bright, vibrant and engaging. I found my boys engaged well with the age-appropriate content. Wowing and fascinating them with facts and information. Keeping their attention and feeding their desire to learn more.
We loved the book that comes in the box too. It was very age appropriate, allowing my 7 year old son, Caelan able to read this independently.
With our box being the Bumper Box we received an additional craft kit which contained coloured clay and gems for us to make our very own Ancient Egyptian amulet. With very clear instructions it was an easy task for my boys to do.
Mysteries In Time is the perfect resource for any avid historian or the perfect addition to homeschooling. Especially during the Covid-19 lockdowns and school closures. The price more than justifies the quality of the items you receive as part of the subscription box.