I’ve been offered the opportunity to try and review Kiwi Crate, a subscription service that supplies kids and parents with a box full of fun activities to do each month.
We received our first Kiwi Crate in the mail just last week, and my kids are anxious to get started on the projects in this month’s crate! Our “Growing Gardens” crate is filled with two of everything, which is wonderful, since I have two daughters. In the crate are things to create a miniature window garden: Squash and bean seeds, plastic bags to start the seeds in and suction cups for hanging the bags on a window, eyedroppers for watering the seeds, observation journals and plastic plant markers.
The second part of the kit contains items that the kids can use to create decorative plants and plant pots: Four cardboard planters, scissors, modeling clay, colored pencils, punch out paper flowers and vegetables and pipe cleaners.
Kiw Crate created the Growing Gardens crate with the help of Catherine McCord of Weelicious (a recipe website for families) and Lauri Kranz of Edible Gardens LA (an organic gardening company and website).
The Growing Gardens crate is a great one for us, since my daughters and I love to garden together. They really love anything that involves plants and dirt, so they are sure to have fun with this project!
I’ve been wanting to supplement my kids’ science education and take on some fun, educational projects at home, so I think the activities in the Growing Gardens crate will be perfect for us!
The cost for subscribing to Kiwi Crate and receiving monthly projects is $19.95 by the month (subscriptions can be canceled at any time), or $220 for a full year.
I will keep you updated once we start the projects!