Some Bunny Loves You Crate Pre-Order
This Limited Edition Some Bunny Loves You Crate will ship on March 22, 2021. We have a small number of these available and this crate is not part of the subscription. More photos will be updated here and on social media by Feb. 28, 2021.
The Following 3 Activities Will Be Included:
1. Some Bunny Loves You Sensory Bin: The bunny is hungry and eating all the carrots in the jelly bean garden. Will you be able to pull all the carrots from the pretend jelly beans before he nibbles them up? This includes all the materials needed to make pretend jelly beans, Brierwood Babies (@brierwoodbabies on Instagram) hand-knitted carrots and bunny head, scoop, cup, number carrots, and activity mat.
NONE of the materials in the crate are designed or intended for child consumption. The materials in this crate are NEVER to be left alone with the child. Adult supervision required at ALL times.
⚠WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—Small parts-Not for children under 3 yrs. Adult supervision required at all times when in contact with the materials in this crate.
⚠WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD—Contains a ball-Not for children under 3 yrs. Adult supervision required at all times when in contact with the materials in this crate.
This crate was perfect for Easter this year. We loved making the sensory bin jelly beans and it can be saved for next year. I love that we could share the craft with a friend. The egg hunt was a lot of fun. From making the eggs and bag to hunting for everything.
My boys loved all the activities in this crate. The egg hunt was their favorite. We even have their bunny chalk paintings up on our mantle as part of our Easter decor. My 3 yo loved the jelly bean sensory bean as well and enjoyed doing the counting activity with his map.
I was a teacher for 7 years in various age groups and am amazed at how accurately she knows toddlers and their developmental stages and abilities. I did a ton of research about crates and subscription boxes before landing on this one. Most of the others were a one time build and then it gets left some where to be thrown away shortly after. We put the sensory boxes in little plastic bins so he can replay anytime he wants. There is also always materials leftover that we save for random crafts. I also have all the instruction books so I can buy the materials myself if I wanted to do anything of them over again. My son gets so excited when the box lands on our porch and wants to do everything in the box right away and he is not a crafty boy but loves their crafts! We have to pace ourselves and usually do the crafts on weekends to give plenty of creativity and cleaning time. We will be members for several years!