Kiwi Crate: Fun Arts & Craft Kits for Kids

02/13/2012 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Kiwi Crate

It’s time to get creative with your tots, but figuring out where to start (or what to buy!) can be more than overwhelming. A cool solution: Kiwi Crate‘s kid-friendly craft kits that arrive at your doorstep each month.

For a $20 fee, you’ll receive a monthly box of art projects, science experiments or imaginative play ideas that focus on everything from dinosaurs to gardening. Our fave includes Explore the World of Colors, which features all the materials you need to make a homemade stained glass window and more.

Ready to get started? Go to and sign up to receive your first kit. We promise, weekends with your little one will never be the same.

— Anya Leon

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Dee on

I signed my daughter up for a 3 month trial of Kiwi-crate and we absolutely LOVE it. Each crate has been put together with such care, and the experiments and crafts have been spot on for her age. $20/month may seem a little pricey, but we get at least 2 weekends of fun out of each box!!

Erika on

This is an awesome idea! So many toys nowadays are electronics and I love seeing stuff that actually involves creativity. It’s also gender neutral which can be hard to come by, especially since a lot of crafty things are targeted towards girls. I don’t have children yet, but I do babysit for several different families, and I nanny for one family regularly. I love doing crafty stuff with them, but so many of the kids I watch would much rather play video games. I’ll definitely keep this in mind for when I have children, and maybe I’ll tell the families I nanny/babysit for about this.

carolynTXO on

Love this idea! I just signed up for the year subscription. I’m the classic mom who gets overwhelmed with crafts and ideas…love that it tells me and my daughter how to do it and we get an activity together. Plus all the supplies. Super cute!!!

Shannon on

Neat idea.

JM on

any plans to expand outside of America? looks like a sweet idea.