If you’re a parent of a young child, you’ll know only too well how challenging it can sometimes be to keep them entertained and occupied. No matter how hard you try, it’s not always easy to find new and fun activities for your kids to do. However, that need no longer be the case, thanks to our latest Startup of the Week.
Trunkaroo is a subscription service aimed at kids aged between 3-8.
Subscribe to the service and every month your child will receive a trunk filled with STEAM related goodies. Science, Technology Engineering, Art and Maths have never been so much fun!
The trunks contain innovative and enriching hands-on play projects that will not only educate your child but will also spark their imagination and help develop their creativity.
Each month the trunk and the projects therein are based on a particular theme but no matter what the theme may be, the key elements are the same; the projects come with full and clear instructions, are made of only high quality materials and have been approved and reviewed by experts. More importantly they’ve all been tested by kids too!
Subscriptions are on a 1, 3, 6, or 12 month basis and as you’d imagine, there are gift options available also.
Trunkaroo is a pretty cool startup and by combining learning and playing in such an innovative way, they’re bound to go from strength to strength.
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