I have said it before and I’ll say it again – Kiwi Crate’s attention to detail is amazing! But more on that later… My daughters are always so excited when their Kiwi Crate box shows up, and the wait between this month’s box and last month’s box seemed like an eternity! This month’s theme is “Family Game Night” and it has all the supplies your kids need to make their very own board game as well as a comet toss bingo game.
If you haven’t heard of it until now, Kiwi Crate is a great monthly subscription service of craft projects for kids – each crate contains at least two projects – and other learning activities. There’s enough supplies in each crate for one child and they have add-on options for siblings (you can pay a little extra each month for extra materials, which is what we do). On the bottom of this post there’s information on how to receive $10 off your first month. Here’s a peek inside our box this month:
As you can see, I get the sibling add-on option for Kiwi Crate subscribers, which means I pay a little extra each month to get additional supplies so both my kids can do the activities.
Click on any of the images above to enlarge for a more detailed view of the Kiwi Crate supplies.
Like I said earlier, Kiwi Crate always adds the nicest touches to their boxes. When we were going through the materials for the board game I was expecting to pull out a large piece of paper for the board part of the game. Nope. They provided full-on heavy duty game boards as if you purchased a game off the shelf at the toy store.
As always, Kiwi Crate included step-by-step instructions for each activity and those instructions include pictures, which is helpful for the younger kids who are still learning to read. None of the projects are very time consuming, and it varies based on project and the age of child how much parental involvement is needed.
A special inclusion in this month’s box was a sample of their Handmade Valentine’s Cards! I had my eye on this special edition set, priced at $14.95 in Kiwi Crate’s Celebration Shop, and I’m glad we get a chance to try it before we buy it. They created this special kit in partnership with Tiny Prints and it looks like so much fun!
You can find out more about Kiwi Crate here, see past box offerings, and find other ways to connect with them on the web. If you want to join Kiwi Crate, you can sign up here and get $10 off your first month’s box (no promo code needed, just use the referral link), making your first box only $10 and delivered right to your door (in fact, it comes addressed to your child)!
Do you subscribe to Kiwi Crate already? I’l love to know what you have thought about your subscription so far!