Feed Your Child’s Creativity With A Monthly Subscription Box
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Feed Your Child’s Creativity With A Monthly Subscription Box

As a child, I loved getting surprises in the mail. I’m sure your child would too. Why not surprise them with something that’s both fun and educational. Gift them their very own subscription box from Kiwi Co. Kiwi makes STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) learning accessible, engaging, and fun.

What Is Kiwi Co

Kiwi Co is a monthly subscription service that offers educational projects, crafts, and activities for kids using different themes. Each box includes all of the materials needed to make a fun hands-on project.

About Kiwi Co Boxes

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Suggested Age Range: 0 to 16+
Cost: Starts at $19.95 per month, with free shipping. If necessary, you can cancel your subscription at any time.
Order: Click here to order NOW.

 Kiwi Crate – Inspiring Kids to Become Scientist, Artists, Creators, and Makers

A Kiwi Co subscription box allows kids to create all while having fun. Each box comes filled with the supplies and directions to help kids create on their own. You’ll love the learning resources and activities that are available in each crate! There are different packages available for each age group:

 
Panda Crate – Explore and Discover (Ages 0 – 2)
Koala Crate – Play and Learn (Ages 2 – 4)
Kiwi Crate – Art, Science & More (Ages 5 – 8)
Atlas Crate – Geography & Culture (Ages 6 – 11)
Doodle Crate – Art & Design (Ages 9 – 16+)
Tinker Crate – Science & Engineering (Ages 9 – 16+)
Eureka Crate – Engineering & Design (Ages 14 – 104)
All of the boxes from Kiwi Co are designed by experts, and tested by kids.

Subscriptions are available monthly, or in three months, six months and twelve months increments.

You can learn more about Kiwi Co here.

 

 

Have you tried Kiwi Co?  What is your child’s favorite crate?

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