For Christmas, we gave each of the girls a monthly subscription to Kiwi Crates. For those who don’t know what Kiwi Crates are, they are kits shipped directly to your child which include everything needed to create multiple craft, science, art and game projects. Each month there are different projects to complete.
I wasn’t sure how much Naomi would enjoy hers, but knew Lili was going to love Kiwi Crates and Naomi was not going to be happy if she didn’t get one as well. I’m thrilled to report that both girls love them and so do I.
Their first kits included everything they needed to make their own window clings (seriously, I would have never thought of this project on my own).
They made polar bear mitts out of felt and yarn then added the little Velcro circles to the little ping-pong ball in their kits and have played several fun games of catch. Each of their kits included a snowflake cookie cutter along with recipe for making sugar cookies.
We made the cookies last week.
As a mom, I’m particularly pleased with this company. Not just because they send all the supplies needed for some fun projects, but because the box everything arrives in is also a project. There is a picture to be colored and cutouts so they can create their own story and scene.
The project for this month was Special Agent. They had everything needed to make their own masks and periscope. They also received a pad of paper and pen that allowed them to draw or write secret messages that could only been seen with the little light at the opposite end of the pen. They also received instructions on another project using lemon juice to decode message.
I can certainly understand why Kiwi Crates has received so many awards and am almost as excited when they receive their boxes as they are.
If you would like to give a child the gift of Kiwi Crates and save $10, please click on the link to join. http://www.kiwicrate.com/Refer?i=DebraW5