Subscription Boxes for Kids

Two things that most kids have in common are 1) they get easily bored and 2) they love getting stuff. But if we had to buy something for kids every time they were bored, a lot of parents would be broke! But I am willing to spend on is a good subscription box.

The criteria we use to determine whether a subscription box is worth it or not: 1. the monthly cost 2. the number of activities 3. whether or not the activities are fun but also engaging and entertaining

Universal Yums

Universal Yums sends treats and activities related to the country that they pick as the theme for the month. Learn about the country, the culture and the food while tasting some sweet and savory treats!

Free Online Games

Green Craft Kids is an award winning subscription box Each subscription box contains 4-6 educator designed STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) projects and a twelve page magazine to support learning and connection.

Play Paper Games

Owl books provides high quality books for children to receive every month. Each book box contains three books and a craft that are age appropriate. The age ranges that the Owl post boxes cater to are 0 to 3, 4 to 7, 8 to 10, tween 11 to 13 and young adult (YA).

Guide Dots subscription box helps kids learn to draw, use new techniques like  pastels and paint and encourages creativity.  Children work with a piece of paper that has a few dots scattered around it. Video tutorials help them turn those dots into a work of art.

Check out the best science and young chef's subscription boxes! Also check out number 8, it was started by a young boy!