Kiwi Crate is a monthly craft and discovery box for children 3-12. They have recently expanded their options to boxes for specific ages or you can chose the regular one which is for all ages. Kiwi crate is $19.95 a month but goes down with longer subscriptions. I have seen plenty of deals out right now for them so I think you can even get lower pricing or free boxes if you search around. This months theme is Frozen Fun, not like the movie but winter frozen.
The box is always neatly packaged. I didn’t take a photo of the underside this time but all the pieces are individually wrapped and separated so you can find the pieces you need without any hassle when the kids are restless and in need of entertainment.
Project one is My Snowman Toss. It requires low grownup ininvolvement and utilizes exploring, creating, and gross moving skills.
Project two is My Winter Luminaries. It has medium grownup involvement and utilizes creating, discovering and fine moving skills.
All of the Kiwi Crates so far have been huge hits with Bug. It gives her and I a chance to do something together while Bear naps. The luminary one should be a bit challenging for Bug since she’s only 3 but she’ll have fun playing with the glue.
If you want to sign up I would love it if you use my link http://www.kiwicrate.com/Refer?i=JadaP
You can also visit www.kiwicrate.com
In the final day of the Advent Calendar adventure I received the following two items,
FakeUp and White Musk Perfume. Not the most exciting finish to them but they are okay. My overall impressions are okay of the two but I know now for the future that I will not be getting the Benefit one again. It had too many non cosmetic products for what they are asking for it and the sample sizes were super small. The Body Shop one was better but I would have preferred that all the scents were not grouped in consecutive days. Maybe I’m just being picky.
Here’s hoping Santa brings you everything you wished for!!