While some of the latest craze of subscription craft boxes may seem a bit useless unless you are a hoarder of things, some boxes are actually a really great idea. Two of my favourite useful subscription boxes are healthy food snack boxes and children's craft boxes. Children's craft subscriptions are a great way to encourage your child to be creative, use their imagination and have a lot of fun in the process! Here are three fantastic craft boxes for young children (two of which you can try absolutely free).
Keep your kids entertained with creative subscription craft boxes
I was a big fan of the Toucan Box with Bella and will definitely look to do another kids craft box with Reuben once he’s a little older. We had this box for 1-2 years with Bella until we’d done the whole lot! Bella always got so excited when her box arrived and immediately wanted to open it up and get cracking! Read my full review by clicking here.
One of the best things about these subscriptions is there is no commitment, you can cancel your subscription at any time, but I’m pretty sure your child will love the boxes! We did and we did the entire set of boxes.
Click below to get a free Toucan Box:
This looks awesome! I'm going to get this box for Reuben now he's three and I bet Bella will love to help him do the crafts. Both of my children love CBeebies and Mister Maker. They send a box every two weeks with an art project inside. They also include everything you need, even glue!
The rocket and clown mask on their website look awesome.
Click below to get a free Mister Maker box:
Sassy Kids Box & Sassy Bloom
We had great fun trying a couple of Sassy Boxes for review on my blog. Bella loved them and still mentions them now, months after, as she remembers them. The Sassy Kids Box is for children over 3 and contains a craft with some bonus activities too! We had super fun playing the popcorn games together.
If you have a child under 3 the same company have a Sassy Bloom box. It’s filled with fun activities for your child based on their age and development, as well as treats for mum and personalised goodies. The little ones don’t have to miss out on the subscription fun either!
I’ve penned a couple of reviews of these boxes before. Read one by clicking here.
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