Who doesn’t love a subscription box? A surprise delivered to your door every month packed with goodies!
The girls are just like their mummy and love it when the postman arrives with parcels so imagine their delight when I told them they were signed up for the Geo Journey subscription, specifically aimed at children ages 4-10, so ideal for our Geography section of home ed too!
I wanted a fun way for the girls to learn and this is exactly that, its a world adventure without leaving home. Each month Geo and Atlas, an owl and puppy, jet off on an adventure to a new country and send back a letter and details all about their travels!
The first parcel you receive contains an explorer kit with suitcase, travel journal, passport, map, stickers and activities.
The suitcase is really strong and is ideal for keeping all of the details from each adventure in one place. If your children are anything like mine they have things littered around the house from bathroom to kitchen so having a suitcase to keep it all in is a great idea!
The travel journal is a great way for the children to document their findings at each country and we found it sparked conversations about travel and made the girls want a holiday sooner rather than later. I love that it includes a souvenier from each country too – things like boomerang from Australia to mini clogs from Holland. There are activities to do and facts about each country, plus stickers to add to the passport and a giant map which they are currently fighting over, who’s wall its going to go on?!
We are all looking forward to finding out where Geo and Atlas visit next and can’t wait for our next installment of their adventure!
Monthly subscription boxes for children start from £12 or there are discounts available if you pay either 6 or 12 months in advance.
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