Stars & Stripes – Kids Night In Box Review

I recently learned something new about my four-year-old. I had no idea that he knew all of the words to the Pledge of Allegiance. Now, he still calls the American flag a “Captain America Flag,” but I was shocked when he just started spouting out word for word the lyrics to a classroom favorite. He latches onto lyrics so well. Memorizing songs or creating lyrics is how I did well through school; I retain knowledge through song and it sounds like this kid will too! 

 

Ro loves the opportunity to learn and be challenged. While the Kids Night In Box is FUN and FAMILY FOCUSED, it EXPANDS THE MIND. He has learned so much from these boxes – the impact of recycling, sportsmanship, thinking outside of the box, etc. This month’s box was no different!

 

It’s a Match!

 

The Kids Night In Stars & Stripes Box not only provided pertinent information for young American citizens, but offered activities designed for the entire family. The Statue of Liberty Matching game was and still is a hoot! It was the first thing Ro gravitated towards (with the exception of the balloon) because he is a fangirl for a matching game. With each flip of a card, we learned so much about the Statue of Liberty. Did you know she was originally colored brown or that her shoe size would be 879!? If there is ever a trivia night tailored for facts on Lady Liberty we are going to rock it!! 

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Strung Together!

 

Do you remember those necklace and bracelet bead kits that you would get at summer camp or church? My oldest loves them! He thinks they are so much fun to build together. He concentrates so hard and sticks his tongue out to the side as he carefully strings each individual bead together. As part of the Kids Night In Stars & Stripes Box, he made me a very patriotic necklace. Now, the “A” in USA may be upside down, but it gives it character. Since he made it for me and presented it to me with big ole puppy dog eyes and the proudest look on his face, I will now forever wear this necklace. It is a part of me.

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O Say Can You See!

 

As I mentioned earlier, my son loves a song and a reason to sing his heart out. With the Kids Night In Stars & Stripes Box he is now working on the musical stylings of the Star Spangled Banner. Just think Whitney Houston, Super Bowl circa 1991, that’s how he sounds singing the Star Spangled Banner! Could you imagine? With a collection of patriotic songs, he is certainly one happy camper. Be on the lookout for his tour dates. 

 

Just a Little Note!

 

I think my favorite part of this months box was the provided stationary to send a letter to the Armed Forces. It doesn’t have to be in the month of July, but any time of year, letters from home can make a big difference to the women and men serving this country. I think it is so important to teach our kids the importance of these individuals and the overall impact they have on our lives as American citizens. I remember doing this as a kid and feeling an immense amount of pride as I stamped and mailed off my letter and care package. This may be something we will do on the regular moving forward. 

 

I think my son and I learned a lot from this month’s Kids Night In Box. It put a lot of things in perspective for me as a parent, but it also opened his mind to learning more about American History. If does well on his AP US History exam when he gets to high school, we will give credit it to the Kids Night In Stars & Stripes Box 🙂 

 

To get your own box CLICK HERE! You can also select from the Date Night In Box, Date Night In Box – Faith, and Kids Night In Box – Faith. All great options for you and your significant other or family.

 

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