Sago Mini Box October 2020 Subscription Box Review + Coupon – PUPPIES

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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 your first box for just $10! Use this link and coupon code 10FIRSTBOX.

Featured on this part of the box is a full list of the inclusions.

The contents are packed with wrapping paper.

It was also sealed with a Sago Mini sticker.

All the items are neatly packed inside the box!

Some items were even individually wrapped.

This month’s box includes a card from Sago Mini Box.

Featured at the back of the card is a 15% off coupon code and you can redeem it on their website.

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

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

Everything in my box!

This month’s box includes 3 different activity packs!

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

Stella The Pup. The mini-figure we received this month is the super cute puppy, Stella!

It’s a well-designed mini-figurine with a red leash and curly tail.

My daughter is really fond of her newest mini-figure.

Activity #1: Puppy Prep. The first activity is packed in a light blue envelope with paw prints printed all over it. This envelope is addressed to “the new puppy parent” and it came from Rosie!

Featured on this side of the envelope are the instructions for the activity.

Inside the pack is a letter from Rosie.

After reading the letter, my daughter grabbed the materials and started the activity.

She began the project by folding the Sago mini box. Then, she put a roof on top and tore the bottom part to form a customized dog house.

She also placed the dog bowl and dog food on one side of the box.

Next, she picked up the cutout toys which include a branch of a tree, tissue roll, slipper, and tennis ball.

After ensuring that the dog house is stable enough to stand, my daughter then carefully arranged all the materials for her new mini-figure.

She took Stella and helped her walk around the table. My daughter even let Stella read the letter for our next activity.

After reading, she walked Stella inside the dog house, checked the decorations, and served the food!

Activity #2: New Puppy + Dog Walk. The second activity came in a light green envelope that features a print of different types of balls. This one was sent by Harvey for the A+ dog walker!

The flip side of the package also has instructions on how to do the second activity, plus a list of the materials.

Inside the envelope is a letter from Harvey.

Aside from the letter, there’s also a paper cut-out of a dog, collar with a dog tag, leash, trash can, and even fire hydrant and dog poop cut outs!

My daughter took the paper pup, unfolded its body to make it stand on its own, and then wrapped a leash on its collar.

The leash was pretty long!

My daughter really enjoyed this pretend play activity!

My daughter found the poop cutouts funny!

She picked up the poop and threw it on the paper folded trash can.

This activity is a great way to teach kids how to be a good pet owner.

Look, the paper dog found a branch inside the box!

My daughter decided to take the paper dog on a tour inside our house.

They even visited Stella’s dog house and grabbed a snack!

My daughter really enjoyed playing with her new puppy!

Activity #3: Puppy Dress Up. The last activity pack came in a colorful envelope. It was addressed to “the best puppy stylist” from Gary!

Just like the previous activities, the back of this envelope also features complete instructions.

Inside the envelope is a letter from Gary!

It also includes cute and colorful puppy costumes!

First, my daughter put on a hotdog sandwich costume on the paper dog’s body.

It’s so cute!

She also tried to turn him into a sweet and tasty chocolate-flavored ice cream!

My daughter is satisfied with how it turned out!

Check out the cool costume of the paper dog!

There’s even a hat costume and it fits the paper dog really well.

Sago Mini Box is a fun and exciting activity box for kids! They have hands-on projects that help enhance a child’s imagination and encourages them to be more creative. This month’s activities are all about dogs and they taught my daughter how to be a responsible pet owner. The fun activities include building a dog house, proper petting, and dressing up the pups. My daughter loved the box so much!

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