Subscription boxes are still very popular. And while they may have started with make up or wine, but there are now an estimated 400-600 different subscription boxes in the United States.
What we love about subscription boxes is the fact that they’re made with the idea to educate as well and get your child thinking and active. Here are a few of our favorites.
I remember being obsessed with horses as a young child. And my daughter is the same way. The SaddleBox is perfect for horse loves and enthusiasts of any age but especially fun for the aspiring horse lover.
When you subscribe to this box, you’ll receive items such as books about horses, horse treats (get great horse treat recipes here), and horse grooming products. Everything you need to take care of a horse is included.
This subscription box gives your child the tools needed to create and imagine. Kiwi Co has a line of monthly subscription boxes tailored to children from ages 0-16. All of the boxes have a goal – to get your child tinkering, creating, and innovating.
These crates form the foundation for additional STEAM learning (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Introducing a healthy STEAM focus early on will foster a love of these disciplines in the future.
My Pretend Place
Imagination is so important for children. Play is how kids learn. The My Pretend Play quarterly or monthly subscription box gives children the tools they need to pretend.
Each box will come with a dress up costume and supporting information and props for pretend play. The themes available are suitable for boys or girls and you can choose a gender or gender neutral themes. Examples of the themes are pirates, vet, astronaut, magician, and more!