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The Best Kids Craft Subscription Boxes

Updated Dec 11, 2022
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More people than ever are looking for creative ways to keep kids occupied at home, and subscription boxes can offer some novel activities—no parental planning required. After spending 17 hours researching and testing 14 different craft subscription boxes, we think two made by Kiwi Crate Inc.—the Koala Crate for preschoolers, and the Kiwi Crate for kids in early elementary school—are the most likely to engage and delight a range of kids. Both include more original projects than in other subscriptions—our nine kid testers loved them—and we like that educators and child development experts vet the ideas. The kits are well-priced and developmentally appropriate, and the easy-to-use website makes these subscriptions a simple way to gift the kid(s) in your life a fun monthly package in the mail.

KiwiCo Koala Crate, the best craft subscription for preschoolers

KiwiCo Koala Crate

The best craft subscription for preschoolers
Bright, fun projects and more original ideas make this the best pick for kids 3 to 5, who are developing their creativity and fine motor skills.
We recommend
KiwiCo Kiwi Crate, the best craft subscription for early elementary kids

KiwiCo Kiwi Crate

The best craft subscription for early elementary kids
This was one of the most original and best thought-out options we tested for ages 5 to 8. The projects go beyond simple crafts, exploring science, art, and engineering.
We recommend
Green Kid Crafts, a less original box for ages 5 to 8

Green Kid Crafts

A less original box for ages 5 to 8
The projects with this subscription are less inventive, but might be better for a child who likes something more straightforward. There’s an option to get more materials for families with more than one child.
Another good choice

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