Sago Mini Box August 2020 Subscription Box Review + Coupon – SPACE EXPLORER

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Sago Mini Box is a monthly make-and-play subscription for preschoolers that brings quality and creative play. Each monthly box is $19 plus shipping, and if you decide to have an annual subscription, you can save up to $48 annually. You’ll get a box filled with make-and-play activities and surprises designed to teach modern skills to preschoolers and a Sago mini collectible figurine of one of the characters from the box, and a special letter for the kids.

DEAL: Get $5 off on your first box! Use coupon code FRIEND10.

The box features cute doodles on the outside!

The box listed all the inclusions on one of its sides.

The contents are packed with wrapping paper and sealed with a Sago Mini sticker.

We’re excited to take them all out of the box!

Some of the items also came in their individual packaging.

Another card welcomes us to this month’s box! The box this month is all about SPACE EXPLORER!

The flip side of the card talks about all the activities in this month’s box and lists the contents as well!

You can turn the box inside out!

It turns into a jet pack!

Everything in my box!

The collectible mini-figurine is wrapped in a cute printed paper and sealed with a Sago Mini sticker.

Astronaut Neville. This month’s collectible mini-figurine is the adorable penguin, Astronaut Neville!

He’s wearing a spacesuit, minus the helmet.

My daughter and this little guy are ready for lift-off!

There are 3 activity packs!

Activity # 1: Exploring Outer Space. The first activity is packed inside a dark blue envelope with shining stars printed all around it. It is addressed to “the coolest kid” and it came from The Sun!

The other side of the envelope lists all the materials needed and instructions for the activity!

There is an included letter from The Sun, asking for help in finding the planets!

For this activity, they provided a helmet, straps, jet flames, planets, and planet stand.

The helmet is made lightweight materials, which will make it easier for the kids to wear.

The box will turn into the jet pack, we just need to attach the straps and the jet flames.

Here are the 8 planets and, of course, the sun.

At the back of each planet, there’s a clue about where you can find them when you play the game “Planet Hide and Seek”.

It’s also nice to have a planet storage stand so we can keep them organized.

Another fun activity is to match the planets on the names on each slot of the stand.

The jet pack is easy to assemble. All the kids need to do is wear the helmet and they’d be ready to explore!

The front of the jet pack even has a gauge!

My daughter is ready and she is accompanied by her friend, Astronaut Neville!

The jet pack and helmet fits her perfectly. She’s excited to play the rest of the games with her siblings!

It’s time for the Planet Hide and Seek! She already found some of the planets!

She’s busy looking for the others! The suit is lightweight so she’s comfortable walking around while wearing it.

She found another one! The game is fun, and after she collected all the planets, she also matched them on the storage stand, putting the correct planet on its labeled slot.

Activity # 2: Build Your Own Rocket. The second activity is about making our own rocket, together with its own launchpad.

The instructions and inclusions are also listed on the other side of the blue envelope, with images from outer space.

There’s also a note from Astronaut Neville!

The provided materials are the rocket body, rocket parts, stickers, launcher, stand, and nut and bolt.

For the rocket, we removed the cut-out parts like the rocket tops and bottoms.

The launchpad consists of 3 parts.

There is also a sheet of adorable stickers to be used in decorating the rocket!

My son started assembling the rocket. It is easy because there are slots where the parts go.

My daughter put Neville inside the rocket!

There’s Neville, waiting for the completion of the rocket ship!

My kids also put the top part of the rocket after securing Neville inside.

Then, they decorated the rocket ship using the stickers.

They also assembled the launchpad.

My daughter used up almost all the stickers for the rocket ship!

It’s time to launch it. They put the rocket on the red circle on the launch pad.

They are having fun with their very own rocket ship!

My daughter is pretty happy with how the rocket turned out.

My kids took turns in launching the rocket. They even tried it without Neville inside.

The stickers made it look like there are a bunch of characters inside the rocket ship.

Activity # 3: UFO Kitty Collector. Another envelope is addressed to the Lil’ Space Explorer, and it came from Alan. We’re going to make a UFO Kitty Collector!

Like the first two envelopes, the other side of it lists all the materials and the instructions.

It also came with a sweet note from Alan!

The pack came with UFO and kitty parts!

Assembling them is easy because we just need to pop the parts out of the sheets, and then slot them to build the UFO collector.

It’s time to collect the cats!

We flipped a start first to know how many cats we need to collect. The star says we need 3!

It’s time to hook the cats! Each cat has a loop above its head where we hook them. The next cat will be hooked using the tail of the first cat.

This is really a fun game!

My kids had fun exploring the outer space by doing all the activities in this month’s space-themed Sago Mini Box! The box introduced kids to the planets and other heavenly bodies, as well as the technology that enables astronauts to explore outside our own planet. Another thing we love about this subscription is that they encourage the kids to be creative and be more curious through making crafts and playing. Overall, we are happy with this out-of-this-world adventure which had also been a perfect bonding activity for the whole family!

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