Since my September Kiwi Crate has been delivered I think I should actually get my August review done!
Life has just been super busy. This was the first month I had both the boys on the subscription so we got twice the supplies for the crafts! Riley was so excited, he has been waiting to get his turn. Of course with school starting and sports we have been so busy during the weeknights and weekends we haven’t even done them yet, but we will soon.
August’s theme was Fun with Flight.
There is always a picture on the back for your child to color. They included 2 stickers for my boys. Carter colored the picture. Inside the box(which I forgot to take a picture of) there is a little scene, you can cut out the characters and play with them in the box.
Kiwi Crate has started including these little magazines for the children. They even gave us two since we do the sibling add on. They are cute and having pictures to color, things to read. Carter was carrying his around the other day saying he loved it.
The instruction books are really nice, They are simple to follow and easy enough kids can see what they are supposed to do.
We just did these over the weekend and one thing I absolutely love about these, they give you more than one of the items. Each boy got 2 rockets so they shared with their older brother and sister and I had 4 of the kids working together. They really enjoyed it.
Supplies and instructions for the Kites
I was really happy with this crate. I love all the things it includes and the boys really enjoy them. Its so nice too that a lot of them have extra things and who would think the 10 & 12 year olds would enjoy them just as much as the 3 & 6 year olds!
Kiwi Crate is $19.95 per month and we do the sibling add on for $7.95. It is definitely worth it for us. If you would like to sign up for Kiwi Crate and save $10 on your first crate use this link.
The September box is coming up as soon as I can type it up! It was a good one!