A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Kiwi Crate and given a chance to review their product. If you are not familiar Kiwi Crate is a monthly kids craft kit that is geared for ages 3-8. It is delivered monthly right to your door.
We reviewed the bugs kit. Each kit is addressed in your child's or children's names and is packaged in a cute green crate box.
The kits are divided into two separate sides, each corresponding with a craft. Because we have two little ones, we got the sibling crate which includes enough supplies for each to have their own finished project.
Here is a look at my two creating their bug flyers.
The crafts come with easy to read instructions with pictures that my three-year-old was able to follow with ease. The products are pre-cut and measured so you can just spend your time having fun creating with your kids.
The crafts are geared for ages 3-8. Each is coded with a mess code (which tells you how messy the craft will be) and a parent help code (which tells you how much parent involvement you will need).
In addition to the crafts, each kit comes with fact cards about your theme. The cards include fun facts, questions and additional small activities for the kids.
Kits are $19.95 a month with free shipping. The "no fighting" sibling sharing pack ships in the same box for an additional $7.95 a month.
For me, as a busy working parent that loves to craft, these kits are prefect. They take all the work out of decided how to include my kids in my crafts. The supplies are well made, instructions are easy to follow and my kids loved the results. After reviewing the kit, we are now monthly members and look forward to the 15th of each month when we get our shipping notice.
Interested? Kiwi Crate is giving me a $10 dollar off your first month coupon to share with all of you. You need to use this link to get the discount.
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*Kiwi Crate provided me the kit to review free of charge. The thoughts are all my own.