Cooper Kit Subscription Box for Dads + Their Kids Review #cooperandkid

by Heather

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Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own.

The Good the Bad and the Bugly. No it’s not a misspelled Client Eastwood movie. It’s a new concept in connecting dads and kids. What is it? It’s putting together a bug house. Building a spider web between the legs of a table with tape and then trying to crawl through. It’s putting on a bug mask and crawling around the house on all fours looking for bugs (or outside looking under rocks when it’s a little warmer). Whacking plastic bugs on the floor with a newspaper. And finally (well not finally, because there’s a lot more in between) cooking up some bug themed food.

10942247_924028967615491_1301402873_nSo really…what is it? It’s a Cooper Kit from Cooper & Kid. It’s a new way for fathers to connect with their kids in an age where most dads want to be a little more engaged than Ward Cleaver. Every three months a fun box arrives. The shipping box itself is even part of the activities provided. When you open it up it has an activity book with instructions on everything your hubby can do with your kids. The box contains almost all the raw materials you need, you just need to provide things like glue and scissors and screwdrivers when appropriate.

And don’t worry if you don’t like bugs. It’s not all about bugs. Feel like going on a hike and exploring nature, there is a wilderness walkabout kit. Are you into magic? Or are your kids? Let’s face it, kids love magic? There is a kit exploring the science behind magic. Have an aspiring pilot or astronaut? See How Things Fly. And the fun doesn’t stop with the box. There are additional digital resources to continue the learning and fun. I don’t know that the Cooper Kit will really make dads cooler than moms, because let’s face it, moms rock, but it will definitely edge them up from Ward Cleaver.


Although some say it is impossible, Cooper & Kid is on a mission to make Dads Cooler Than Moms! How you ask? Through their Cooper Kit, a quarterly subscription box that provides men with a no-brainer, entertaining way to wow and bond with their kids. Every three months, received a box filled with themed projects that both dads and kids will find cool.

Cooper Kits are huge and packed full with building and creative activities, a bed-time storybook, dinner recipes, a character building discussion topic, lots of humor and more. Even the box turns into a toy!



Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own.

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lisa January 17, 2015 - 4:29 pm
That's pretty cool. It can be for dad and daughters too. Client Eastwood. That cracked me up.
lindamanns January 18, 2015 - 9:26 am
This sounds great. My son loves spending quality with his young children. Thank you so much for sharing
Tania B January 18, 2015 - 2:09 pm
What a great idea! This would be a fabulous gift to give to Dads with little boys or girls. Thanks for the great review.
Rhodalyn Davis January 18, 2015 - 11:10 pm
awesome ideas,thanks!
Michele Ash June 10, 2015 - 1:34 am
Thanks for the Fantastic Review on Cooper Kit Subscription Box for Dads + Their Kids Review! This Cooper Kit sounds terrific! I love they have a box that's geared for Dad to bond with the kids! Dad's don't always get involved with a lot of things with the kids because Mom is generally the one who does it all! This is so great that it encourages Dad and kids to "play" together! I just love this! Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic review, all the pictures, and your personal and professional information on Cooper Kit Subscription Box for Dads + Their Kids Review with all of us! I truly do appreciate it as I do with all of your reviews!!! Thanks again! Michele :)
Heather Pfingsten June 11, 2015 - 12:12 am
Both dad and daughter LOVED the Copper Kit boxes. These are perfect for Father's Day, birthdays, or just some fun down time. Thank you for always commenting and reading our posts. :)

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