This month was no different. Our Kiwi Crate box arrived and the kids were beyond excited to get started. When we opened the box, the kids spotted the watercolor paints and the oil pastel crayons and that was it! They said this was the best crate so far and we hadn’t even begun!
Since we get a sibling crate, there are duplicate materials so they each get their own materials. White balls were included for the bowling and although Addie thought it was more fun to use her hands, the first day they played with them for several hours.
Today was very cold with a little wind so watercolor painting was a great indoor activity. Once I showed them how to wet the paints, I turned them loose. They giggled and laughed as they painted their postcards and talked about visiting Alaska and who they wanted to send the cards to.
Although we haven’t yet sat down for the science experiments, we have already had so much fun. As thrifty as I am, I am so thankful for Kiwi Crates monthly delivery services. Right now it enables us to sit down, open the box and have everything we need to be able to have an activity when we are ready. At $19.95 a month, I think it is worth every penny. If you are like me and have siblings close in age, you can pay an additional $7.95 a month and have two sets of each activity delivered. That has been a life saver for me.
If you are interested in checking out Kiwi Crate, be sure to visit their site. If you are interested in trying it for the first time, you can save $10 off your first month’s box by using this link. We love Kiwi Crate and love to share the it with others!