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5 of Our Favorite Subscription Boxes for Kids

Whether your kids are going to school or learning at home, a great way to supplement their education and nurture creativity is with kid-friendly subscription boxes. From cooking kid-approved recipes to computer coding, these boxes have found a way to make learning new skills fun! And who doesn’t love getting a fun surprise in the mail each month?

1. KiwiCo

KiwiCo is a monthly box that offers STEM, STEAM, and Science kits for all ages. Each crate is expert-designed, kid-approved, and has tons of fun themes and projects for your kids to explore.

There are no duplicate crates for active subscribers, and crates start at $16.95. Tip: Make sure to check out KiwiCo’s coupons!

2. Raddish

At The Daily Thrive, we love getting our kids involved with food and cooking—whether it’s helping us shop for produce or being sous-chef while preparing dinner—so of course we love Raddish!

Each kit comes with three easy recipe guides, a quality kitchen tool, a complete grocery list, and more. Raddish costs $24 per box and is made for ages 4 and up.

3. Kid Curated Books

If you want to nurture your child’s love of reading, Kid Curated Books is a fun, monthly subscription that ships a selection of personalized books right to your door.

Each personalized box is based on your child’s interests and reading levels, and there’s even a Monthly Book Club offered for kids aged 8-12. Kid Curated Books costs $34.99 and offers a 15% discount on additional boxes if you have more than one child.

4. Bitsbox

Coding is an undeniably important tool for our next generation to learn, so why not spark their interest early with Bitsbox? Bitsbox is a monthly subscription that teaches kids aged 6-12 real coding through building super-fun apps.

Bitsbox appeals equally to boys and girls, and no coding experience is necessary. Each box starts at $16.95.

5. Little Passports

Little Passports is a budget-friendly craft box for all ages that offers box lines for all ages and a wide range of price points. The company’s craft box lines include STEM projects, geography and travel projects, and crafts for toys and games.

Tip: Save 15% by signing up for the newsletter!

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Look at KiwiCo for STEM, STEAM, and science kits for all ages, and Raddish, a culinary box for kids 4 and up

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Kid Curated Books is ersonalized selection based on interests and reading levels

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Bitsbox teaches kids 6-12 real coding—so cool! And Little Passports specializes in geography, culture, and STEAM for all ages

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Whether your kids are going to school or learning at home, a great way to supplement their education and nurture creativity is with kid-friendly subscription boxes. From cooking kid-approved recipes to computer coding, these boxes have found a way to make learning new skills fun! And who doesn’t love getting a fun surprise in the mail each month?

1. KiwiCo

KiwiCo is a monthly box that offers STEM, STEAM, and Science kits for all ages. Each crate is expert-designed, kid-approved, and has tons of fun themes and projects for your kids to explore.

There are no duplicate crates for active subscribers, and crates start at $16.95. Tip: Make sure to check out KiwiCo’s coupons!

2. Raddish

At The Daily Thrive, we love getting our kids involved with food and cooking—whether it’s helping us shop for produce or being sous-chef while preparing dinner—so of course we love Raddish!

Each kit comes with three easy recipe guides, a quality kitchen tool, a complete grocery list, and more. Raddish costs $24 per box and is made for ages 4 and up.

3. Kid Curated Books

If you want to nurture your child’s love of reading, Kid Curated Books is a fun, monthly subscription that ships a selection of personalized books right to your door.

Each personalized box is based on your child’s interests and reading levels, and there’s even a Monthly Book Club offered for kids aged 8-12. Kid Curated Books costs $34.99 and offers a 15% discount on additional boxes if you have more than one child.

4. Bitsbox

Coding is an undeniably important tool for our next generation to learn, so why not spark their interest early with Bitsbox? Bitsbox is a monthly subscription that teaches kids aged 6-12 real coding through building super-fun apps.

Bitsbox appeals equally to boys and girls, and no coding experience is necessary. Each box starts at $16.95.

5. Little Passports

Little Passports is a budget-friendly craft box for all ages that offers box lines for all ages and a wide range of price points. The company’s craft box lines include STEM projects, geography and travel projects, and crafts for toys and games.

Tip: Save 15% by signing up for the newsletter!

Whether your kids are going to school or learning at home, a great way to supplement their education and nurture creativity is with kid-friendly subscription boxes. From cooking kid-approved recipes to computer coding, these boxes have found a way to make learning new skills fun! And who doesn’t love getting a fun surprise in the mail each month?

1. KiwiCo

KiwiCo is a monthly box that offers STEM, STEAM, and Science kits for all ages. Each crate is expert-designed, kid-approved, and has tons of fun themes and projects for your kids to explore.

There are no duplicate crates for active subscribers, and crates start at $16.95. Tip: Make sure to check out KiwiCo’s coupons!

2. Raddish

At The Daily Thrive, we love getting our kids involved with food and cooking—whether it’s helping us shop for produce or being sous-chef while preparing dinner—so of course we love Raddish!

Each kit comes with three easy recipe guides, a quality kitchen tool, a complete grocery list, and more. Raddish costs $24 per box and is made for ages 4 and up.

3. Kid Curated Books

If you want to nurture your child’s love of reading, Kid Curated Books is a fun, monthly subscription that ships a selection of personalized books right to your door.

Each personalized box is based on your child’s interests and reading levels, and there’s even a Monthly Book Club offered for kids aged 8-12. Kid Curated Books costs $34.99 and offers a 15% discount on additional boxes if you have more than one child.

4. Bitsbox

Coding is an undeniably important tool for our next generation to learn, so why not spark their interest early with Bitsbox? Bitsbox is a monthly subscription that teaches kids aged 6-12 real coding through building super-fun apps.

Bitsbox appeals equally to boys and girls, and no coding experience is necessary. Each box starts at $16.95.

5. Little Passports

Little Passports is a budget-friendly craft box for all ages that offers box lines for all ages and a wide range of price points. The company’s craft box lines include STEM projects, geography and travel projects, and crafts for toys and games.

Tip: Save 15% by signing up for the newsletter!

Whether your kids are going to school or learning at home, a great way to supplement their education and nurture creativity is with kid-friendly subscription boxes. From cooking kid-approved recipes to computer coding, these boxes have found a way to make learning new skills fun! And who doesn’t love getting a fun surprise in the mail each month?

1. KiwiCo

KiwiCo is a monthly box that offers STEM, STEAM, and Science kits for all ages. Each crate is expert-designed, kid-approved, and has tons of fun themes and projects for your kids to explore.

There are no duplicate crates for active subscribers, and crates start at $16.95. Tip: Make sure to check out KiwiCo’s coupons!

2. Raddish

At The Daily Thrive, we love getting our kids involved with food and cooking—whether it’s helping us shop for produce or being sous-chef while preparing dinner—so of course we love Raddish!

Each kit comes with three easy recipe guides, a quality kitchen tool, a complete grocery list, and more. Raddish costs $24 per box and is made for ages 4 and up.

3. Kid Curated Books

If you want to nurture your child’s love of reading, Kid Curated Books is a fun, monthly subscription that ships a selection of personalized books right to your door.

Each personalized box is based on your child’s interests and reading levels, and there’s even a Monthly Book Club offered for kids aged 8-12. Kid Curated Books costs $34.99 and offers a 15% discount on additional boxes if you have more than one child.

4. Bitsbox

Coding is an undeniably important tool for our next generation to learn, so why not spark their interest early with Bitsbox? Bitsbox is a monthly subscription that teaches kids aged 6-12 real coding through building super-fun apps.

Bitsbox appeals equally to boys and girls, and no coding experience is necessary. Each box starts at $16.95.

5. Little Passports

Little Passports is a budget-friendly craft box for all ages that offers box lines for all ages and a wide range of price points. The company’s craft box lines include STEM projects, geography and travel projects, and crafts for toys and games.

Tip: Save 15% by signing up for the newsletter!

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