Sunday, October 19, 2014

Cooper & Kid Review and Giveaway!

****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.The products mentioned below have been provided by Cooper & Kid for the review & giveaway free of charge.****


 My fiance works long hours which means he usually doesn't have time to take our daughter to school, or pick her up so to make up for that he enjoys spending one on one time with her. Sometimes regular crafts can get a little boring to a Kindergartner which is where Cooper & Kid comes it. Cooper & Kid is a company dedicated to making "Daddy & Me Craft kits" for fathers and their children. Each kit is packed full of hands on activities and information of the subject the crafts cover.





My daughter was recently sent a "How things fly" kit to work on with her father. When the kit arrived I got a few bowls of snacks together, some juice and the box and put it out on the kitchen table for them to interact with. I asked my fiance to take photos of what was in the box for the review and I must say he did a pretty good job getting photos of almost everything inside of the kit, he missed a few things but I will give him the break he isn't used to taking photos for reviews. I also asked him to write part of this review for my since this kit was for him and my daughter to review together.

"My daughter and I started by carefully cutting open the box, we agreed we would lay everything on the table and then decide what to do first from there. Once the box was open I let my daughter pull everything out it was the best to see her face light up every time she pulled something out of the box she could not believe how many things were stuffed into the medium sized box they sent. The sky lanterns she was extra excited about because it reminded her of the movie Tangled, and the rockets she liked because her brother could help us as well but they did not last long between two kids and a dog we did get a few days worth of playing out of them before the little foam pieces toward the end fell off. I had a great time doing the activities in this kit with my daughter it was a good combination of things for my daughter to do and things I needed to do. If my fiance bought more of these for us, I would not complain."

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4 comments:

  1. I learned that the founder of Cooper & Kid, Nichole Smaglick, lived and worked in remote corners of Africa.

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  2. I leant that you get a new box every 3 months

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  3. You can opt out at any time.
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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  4. Really awesome looking kits that are gender neutral!

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