Mysteries In Time: An Adventure Through History For Kids – Giveaway | AD

Are you looking for a fun, educational way to keep your kids entertained? Well, you can travel through history with an exciting adventure for 7-11 year olds with Mysteries In Time. Each month, a time machine is delivered to your door bursting with fun activities.

Mysteries In Time - History Subscription Box For Kids

You will follow Max and Katie as they travel back through time to solve a mystery in history. You will learn fun facts in the colourful history magazine. Get your crafty bits out and make a stunning craft and have a load of fun with the puzzles.

This subscription box for kids makes an idea gift for birthdays or Christmas, and also for home educating. Ideal at this moment!

The steps through history include boxes on:

  • Elizabethan Era
  • Evacuees in WW2
  • Ancient Greece
  • Wild West
  • Aztecs
  • Ancient Rome
  • Victorians
  • Vikings
  • Ancient China
  • Space
  • Stuarts

How It Works

This is how the subscription box for kids works.

Mysteries In Time - Kids Subscription Box

Whats Included In The packages?

You can choose from the Classic or or the Bumper subscription box.

Classic Subscription Box – Shown below is the contents of a typical Classic package.

ancient-egypt-history-mysteries-in-time-classic-pack

(Image credit – Mysteries In Time)

Bumper Subscription Box – Shown below is a typical Bumper package. Extras included are a craft and history-related gift.

(Image credit – Mysteries In Time)

Giveaway

Mysteries In Time have kindly offered a 3 Month Bumper Subscription to one of you. All you have to do to enter is fill in the Gleam widget below.

Good Luck!

Win a Mysteries In Time 3 Month Bumper Subscription Box For Kids

COMPETITION T&C’S

The giveaway ends 23:59 21st May 2020

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via gleam from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name, email and delivery address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with the giveaways.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry’s is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties.  Please allow at least 28 days for delivery of the prize as a minimum due to current conditions.

By entering the competition you agree to your first name and surname initial published on the competition widget if you are the winner.

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You can check out my other competitions here.

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80 thoughts on “Mysteries In Time: An Adventure Through History For Kids – Giveaway | AD

  1. My children would love the Ancient Egypt box. Saying that they all look incredible, what a fantastic idea :-)))

  2. My son LOVES learning all about the Romans. He finds them so fascinating and knows so much about them already, but I definitely think the Ancient Rome theme would still be his favourite

  3. These are fantastic, what a great idea. My Goddaughter loves the Egyptian and Victorian time period so I think she would be especially fascinated with them!

  4. My 8 year old would love the Ancient Rome theme as she was really enjoying learning about the Romans at school before lockdown.

  5. I think the Victorian era would be best for my daughter as they have touched on that at school already. Also the Aztecs because we love Mexican culture.

  6. My son would love The Ancient Greece subscription box. He would have been covering this topic in school if it were not for Lockdown

  7. My daughter would love Ancient Egypt, she has started this subject with me at home…..Im not great at teaching it

  8. My granddaughter is really into history at the moment and I think she would find the Evacuees in WW2 particularly interesting as she would have been evacuated

  9. Sadie would love Ancient Rome as that is the next module I am covering in my Degree and she is really getting in to some of the myths at the moment x

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