If your kids are anything like mine, they love receiving packages in the mail. It may have something to do with their mother's obsession with Amazon Prime. But for whatever reason, they get giddy when they see a package addressed to them. For years they have been receiving subscription boxes for presents. We have tried so many, that my husband has suggested we may have a subscription box addiction. These are some of the best subscription boxes we have found for kids who love receiving a little fun in the mail.
These are subscription boxes we have tried and liked. I will be updating this article as we try new subscriptions so Pin it and check back.
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Subscription Boxes for Ages 3 - 5
Subscription Boxes for Ages 5 - 8
Get Qurious Explorer Box is designed for children ages 4 - 8. Each box has 4 different activities: Story cards - a set of 16 double-sided cards, Masks- four role playing masks, Puzzle- a 16 - piece puzzle that is double-sided, Mats - two double sided mats.
Subscription Boxes for Ages 6 - 12
Little Passports World Edition is designed for ages 6 -10. Each package contains a letter from Sam and Sofia describing their journey through the country, a souvenir from that country, and activity booklets where your child will play learning games, recognize world geography, explore new recipes, and learn fun facts about the country.
KidStir Kits are designed for ages 5 -10. Each box contains 1 fresh food shopping list , 3 step-by-step recipes, 3 kid-size tools and extras, 3 foodie education pages about all aspects of food, including culture, vocabulary, science, math and more, 3 fun learning filled games and activities and a weekly e-newsletter with more digital recipes, tips, and printable
Subscription Boxes for Ages 9 and up
Subscription Boxes for Ages All Kids
Reading Bug Box is designed for all ages because it is custom designed for your child. Each month the child will receive books picked out especially for them, a newsletter and a few gifts and extras.
Click below for our review of Reading Bug Box.
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