It is always nice to have options in life. But sometimes, having too many options can just mean – STRESS!!
As a parent you have to decide which type of school to send your kids to, whether you want to vaccinate or not, which extra curricular activities to involve them in (if any), which friends you want in their lives, whether to dress them in long sleeves or short sleeves, cold or hot cereal . . . and of course . . . which subscription box to buy them.
I can’t solve all your problems – but I’ve done my best with one of them.
If you are desperately trying to decide which subscription box to buy for your child, among the vast amount of options – look no further.
I’ve hand picked the best ones out there, and reviewed each in detail to help you decide which subscription box will be the best one for YOUR child, according to their likes, interests, age, and the depth of your pocket.
You can find out why I am doing this, by reading my introductory post, here.
If you want a quick look and summary of each box, keep reading.
If you want to read my detailed review on each of these 6 subscription boxes, watch for the links to take you there in the following paragraphs.
Review #1: Kiwi Crate
The Kiwi Crate is great for children ages 4-8, but the same company has crates for children from ages 3 all the way up into their teen years. These boxes are full of hands-on crafts, learning material, play props, and extended activities to make the most of the crate. If your child is a maker and a dreamer, they will love the Kiwi Crate.
Review #2: Cooper and Kid
Unlike any other, Cooper and Kid is a subscription box for not only kids – but their Dads too! If you are a Father, or you know of a Father who would love some quality time spent with their kids (without all the prep work and brain power), this is sure to please! All ages of children will love every second of this box – and I can guarantee Dad will too!
Review #3: Little Passports
If you have a little Christopher Columbus on your hands, Little Passports with send them on the most affordable world wide trip you can offer. Each month features a new place on the globe, and they can experience and learn all sorts of fun facts while going on their adventure. Your child will also get a boarding pass which will allow them private access to online learning and activities to support their growing knowledge of the world around them. There is an Early Explorer kit for the little little ones (3-5), and a World Edition for ages 6-10, and a USA Edition from (7-12).
Review #4: Green Kid Crafts
This earth friendly subscription box will have your child thinking they are just having a blast. But, as a parent, you’ll know better. Green Kid Crafts boxes are designed by a team of super smart people, all there to introduce your kid to science, technology, math and engineering. This box is cram packed with fun and educational opportunities for your child, ages 3-10. They offer so many topics, you’ll have a little Einstein in no time.
Review #5: Bramble Box
This box is all about letting kids be kids. You provide the child, Bramble Box will provide the props, and let your child provide the imagination. For the child who escapes into play easily, this subscription box will entertain for hours. Bramble Box is fitted for any child with an imagination.
Review #6: Surprise Ride
There is so much for your child to discover about a world with so many yesterdays, todays, people, places, things, and so forth. Start with Surprise Ride every month, and they are likely to know more than you in no time. This box, suited for kids ages 6-12, is great for kids who get excited about learning new things and love hands-on activities.
If I discover any more must-share-subscription-boxes, I will definitely add to my reviews. In the meantime, go take a closer look at all these companies have to offer, and watch how excited your child gets when their special package arrives at your doorstep!
I would love to hear your thoughts! Have you tried any of these subscription boxes? Do you know of one we all need to hear about? Do you have any further questions for me? Feel free to share in the comments below!
*Please remember all opinions are from my own view, and are given in all honesty as I have experienced them.
**Also note, all links on my site for all the above subscription boxes are affiliate links. This means if you click on my links I will get a percentage of any sales, at no extra cost to you – which is so very much appreciated. You can rest assured I never recommend a product I don’t use and love.
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****If you have been following along with all my reviews, and are super observant, there is one more box from “Happy Trunk” which is on it’s way to my doorstep to try out. I will add that to my reviews once it gets here!
Thanks for reading!