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Cultured Owl Review

I love that my girls love to travel and are excited when we explore new places. Since we can't travel all the time, I am so excited that I discovered a new way to bring different countries to them with Cultured Owl. This fun subscription box focuses on teaching our kids to become global citizens through their educational Country Kits.

Designed for kids 5-10 years old, my girls and I enjoyed a fun way to play, learn, and grow together as we learned all about Spain. This comes with a Country Booklet, Collectible Trading Card, Country Flag, Recipe Card, Toys, Activities and crafting supplies to get to work. My daughter loved making the mosaics (that we also ended up giving to her dad for the holidays) and the Castanets Craft Kit that we had fun putting together and playing with. We also loved the Country Booklet as talked all about Spain together, and I shared some of my favorite travel experiences of Spain with her. While she has never been, I loved how the Country Kit sparked her interest through art and play, that allowed us to discuss and connect to this country right in our home.

They also offer flexible plans where you can opt for the tourist kit (3 months), the explorer (6 months) or the jettsetter (12 months) where your kids can truly become tap into becoming global citizens of the world.

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