Subscription boxes for kids are not only the perfect gift to give for holidays or birthdays. Many are also educational making them a great investment. They can also be a great way for kids to get some hands-on play experience with new products monthly.
Not only are toy and activity boxes offered, there are also some fun snack themed subscription boxes that kids are sure to love.
7 Subscriptions Boxes Good for Gifts
Owl Crate offers a 1, 3, or 6-month plan that will deliver kids a brand-new book, exclusive goodies, and other reading related materials. Each box is based on a fun themes that kids will love! Good for ages 14 and up.
In addition to the original Owl Crate box, there is also an Owl Crate Jr subscription box that is available. Owl Crate Jr. is geared towards kids that are aged 8-12 and are create to get kids excited about reading.
KiwiCo offers a variety of different science and art projects that are delivered right to your door. The kits are to help inspire children and to help them become creative problem solvers. They have a variety of different crates that are available for different ages, each containing different activities for kids.
Creation Crate is a monthly subscription box for older children and will let children create fun electronic projects. As they are putting the crates together, they are learning about technology and science as the projects get progressively harder. Projects come with online instructions, video tutorials, and one on one troubleshooting support.
Little Passports offers a variety of different boxes for various ages. From early explorers from ages 3-5 to older explorers aged 9 and up, the subscription boxes offer a fun way to educate and interest children in science and other subjects. Each package is designed to spark your child’s curiosity about the world and are made for fun and engagement.
Think Outside is full of outdoor gear and resources that will get your kids away from a screen and outside exploring nature! Each box contains 3-5 pieces of outdoor gear, an educational booklet, and challenges that can be done as a family.
Think Outside boxes come in a monthly theme (navigation, star gazing, etc.) and information about national parks that will allow for skill building and education.
This baking kit for kids, Foodstirs, is junk-free supplies, mixes, and decorations to make baking fun. Along with everything that is included, there are kid-friendly instructions that will help make baking a breeze. Themed baking kits are sent every other month and will have kids checking the mail in excitement for their new box.
MEL Kids is another fun science subscription box that will bring fun and interesting experiments and projects to kids each month. Kits are filled with everything you need to spark a child’s curiosity including, educational comics.
These are excellent Christmas gifts. I ordered Little Passports for Chance when he was younger. I gifted it to others, and they ended up ordering the subscription for their kids. Try one, you will absolutley love how it helps create a love for learning. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season. If you are looking for gifts or stocking stuffer suggestions, I have a few Chtistmas gift list ideas too.