Once a month, a little green box comes in the mail that makes Bella squeal and me sigh with relief. My uncrafty mom-guilt at this moment is squelched, because we have a Kiwi Crate.
Kiwi Crate is an award-winning, monthly subscription service that provides all the hands-on materials to inspire creative, educational fun. With themes like Music, Color, Robots, and Safari, these crates deliver everything needed for unique activities that you and your kids can enjoy together. See sample crates here ››
If you’ve read my blog for a while/follow me on Instagram/or have seen my giveaways on Facebook – it’s no secret we’ve adored Kiwi Crate for a couple of years now. I started the subscription months before Bella turned 3 and she’s now 4 1/2. It literally has been one of the best things we’ve ever paid for.
Each crate delivers 2-3 main projects for ages 3-8 (but a little younger or older is fine), along with sibling add ons if needed. We love that it comes with things to color, a magazine, and everything needed in one box.
Kiwi Crates are perfect for birthdays, homeschool, extra fun on hot or rainy days, and for those not-so-crafty moms ::fist pump::. Bella is able to do them on her own more and more, which allows me to watch her skills and see what still needs work.
Our June box was a campfire theme, and yesterday Bella and I spent part of the morning putting it together. Then her animals roasted marshmallows in front of her tent.