Keep those kids busy! Busy waiting for the mail … and enthralled with whatever was shipped in them. Luckily, there are a number of subscription boxes to choose from, allowing you to help keep kids busy while stuck at home. Whether you have babies at home, or are juggling homeschool assignments of teenagers, there are crate options to keep your learners happily entertained every single month.
Try these 8 subscription boxes for kids:
1. Kiwi & Co.
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This monthly box can be adjusted for your child's age (0-11) or interests -- four categories for ages 9 to 104. Boxes start at $16.95 (including shipping), but come with regular discount codes for added savings. Stock up on everything from age appropriate toys, crafts and science projects to promote learning and fun.
2. Monthly Passports
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Geared for ages 3-12, Monthly Passports is a box full of imaginative travel at $12.95 per box. Kids can learn about different countries through games, travel gear, maps, activities and more. Educational content can also be accessed online.
Get your kids in the kitchen with Raddish. Each month a meal theme is delivered with recipes and experiment/crafts, kid-friendly utensils and access to Spotify playlists. Cooking is recommended for kids aged 4-14; boxes start at $20 per month.
Tweens and teens can get their fill of YA books with OwlCrate. New-release books are sent every month, along with keepsakes and personable collectables, like hand-written notes from the author.
OwlCrate Jr. is also available for kids aged 8-12. Subscriptions start at $28.99 per month.
For the littlest of kids, there's a box of engaging, high-quality toys. Lovevery comes monthly for kids from birth to age 2 for $36 and up, per box. Each shipment comes full of STEM-approved toys and age appropriate activities, including books and game ideas for parents.
6. Nike Adventure Club
Upgrade your kids' shoes in style. Nike Adventure Club sends sneakers throughout the year (Nike or Converse) and a string of activities made just for new kicks. Choose from two subscription options: 4 pairs per year ($20 per month) or 12 pairs per year ($50 per month).
While we're on the subject of feet, surprise kids with fun monthly socks. Two pairs, every month, for $11. Simple, fun, efficient. Whippersnappers come in sizes for kids 3 to 12 with themed designs.
8. Green Kid Crafts
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Whether dealing with an upcoming deployment, or just stuck at home, Green Kid Crafts sends three projects per month. Instructions are geared toward nature and outdoor play through fun creation. Boxes start at $16 per month plus shipping.
Keep kids busy with the best type of mail around. What boxes will you order?
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