Kid’s Grow N’ Glow Terrarium Review!

Hi everyone! Today I want to share with you a great product I just got in from Creativity For Kids! It’s the Grow N’ Glow Terrarium. Creativity For Kids is a line owned by Faber-Castell that focuses on arts and crafts. They have some really neat products on their website, and their prices are very reasonable, so make sure to head over there and see what they have to offer! I am going to tell you a little bit about the company, and my experience with their product.

So let’s get started! Faber-Castell is one of the largest and oldest office/art supply manufacturing companies. They have been around for over 250 years, and they do business in more than 100 different countries! The Creativity For Kids line of products are fun for children and adults, and educational as well!

First off, I liked the packaging because it made it look like a lot of fun! I also liked the fact that it included everything that was needed except water. Putting everything together only took about 5 minutes, and the seeds started to sprout on day 3! The picture attached of the sprouts is at day 5, but we only used a few seeds! There were extra seeds in case of accidents, or future growing projects. I really liked this little project, and decorating with the glow in the dark stickers made it cool for boys and girls.

This is a perfect project for helping your child to learn more about how plants grow, and how to care for them. It is great for a rainy day, and your child will feel accomplished when they see that they can grow plants all by themselves so easily! I hope this review helped you to determine that this is the right product for you! If not, I am sure you can find something on their website that interests you! Thanks for reading!

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