Monday, November 15, 2010

Coin Pouch ~ Corps of Re-Discovery ~ Product Review

This is an adorable product!

As a member of the TOS Homeschool Review Crew, I received a Coin Pouch Kit from Corps of Re-Discovery to review.

We had fun putting it together.  The directions were clear and easy to understand.  It was not hard to sew.

The Coin Pouch Kit sells for $4.99 from their website.  It is one of the many crafts and projects they provide.  When we were sewing together our Coin Pouch, we had a chance to discuss what materials you would need if you would have to make this piece back in the days of westward expansion. He have been listening to the Little House series and Hunter said that if he were Pa, he would maybe use prairie grass to sew his together.  He enjoyed the craft and had lots of ideas to share about if and when he was ever on the wild frontier.
Stop by Corps of Re-Discovery to see what you may be able to incorporate into your studies about American Indians, PioneersThe Colonial period, and Frontiersmen.  They also have kits to enhance the hands on learning of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

Look for them on their facebook fan page. Make sure you "like" them,  it is where they will be offering special coupons and discounts!

Corps of Re-Discovery is a home-based family business, and all of their products are manufactured by their employees here in the United States.  Click on any of the links above to access their website directly or you can write to them at:
5329 N. Lakewood Drive
Springfield, MO 65803
or by phone at:

My fellow crew members reviewed other products by this company. Don't forget to stop by the Homeschool Review blog page to see what they have to say.

It was easy to sew even with a cast!

Our finished product!

** I received this product in exchange for this review, and my honest opinion.  No other compensation was received**


  1. Oh my, sewing with a cast on-that is cool. Glad you enjoyed this project-nice review.

  2. Nice review! This looks like something my son would really like to do. He is all into that explorer thing.


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