I was so excited to check out the newest Kiwi Crate coutesy of KiwiCrate.com. As always, all the thoughts and opinions below are my own and I wouldn’t be sharing any product with you that I wouldn’t use on my own/buy with my own money.
We get a lot of packages on the Just Us Four doorstep. Some of things I order, some are things for different sponsored posts and occasionally we get a few gifts too. H is always super excited to see packages on the front door and bounds out to see if any of the happy mail is for her. More often than not…the packages aren’t for the kids. ::Sad Face::
A few weeks ago, I was so excited because I knew one of the packages heading our way was speficially for her. Kiwi Crate is a monthly subscription that delivers boxes of crafts and activities to your door. They recently revamped the crates and we were being sent one to check it out. The target age is 3-7 so I knew it would be perfect for my rising 6 year old.
H loves exploring nature so this box was absolutely perfect for her! Plus, being summer, we are always looking for activities to do outdoors.
I immediately wrote her name on the outside of the collection box so she could take it with her on the next walk to the playground.
The box gives you all the supplies a kids need to really make the collection box one of a kind.
H, of course, while digging through the box, immediately locked onto some of the stickers and put them on her box.
Then, we took a little bit of time to check out the books that come inside the crate to help kids get even more from the crafts and activities.
Next in line is putting together our lantern for evening walks around the block…stay tuned because I’ll be back to share it with you 🙂
What kinds of activities do you like to do to entertain your kids? Do you subscribe to a monthly service like Kiwi Crate to keep the activities new and different each month?
Looking for some activities to keep your kids entertained through the rest of the late summer months? Check out Kiwi Crate’s Summer Discovery Series where each month has a specific outdoor theme. August is Wonders of Water which I will be checking out for my little waterbug, E.