Seemingly anything and everything has a subscription box these days, and for parents with children that have a passion for science, there’s likely a subscription box perfect for your child.
From Pre-K to junior high, these five science subscription boxes will help make learning fun all year round.
Kid Wonder is for children aged 3-6. Each box has a central theme and comes with five different activities related to the theme, like the “Mad Scientist” box in the video below.
Check out what's inside Febuary's Kid Wonder box! This is the first activity in our Let's Play Mad Scientist box. www.kidwonderbox.com
Kiwi Co. offers a number of STEM subscription boxes for all ages including the Tinker Crate, for ages 9-16 covering science and engineering, and the Eureka Crate, an advanced engineering and design subscription box for age 14-104.
Get free shipping at http://www.KiwiCo.com today. KiwiCo makes science & engineering fun for kids of all ages. Check out some of our latest Tinker Crate & Kiwi Crate projects!
Spangler Science Club is another STEM-based subscription box, but this one targets ages 5-12. There are three different boxes to choose from that include either one, five or ten different STEM activities to enjoy per month.
Spangler Science Club offers amazing #STEM experiments delivered to your door each month. Subscribers choose from three levels of membership that range...
For children 8-12, each Genius Box covers a different STEM topic every month in three different activities. Each Genius Box also contains a special collectible surprise in a secret envelope when you complete all three activities.
Create a geodesic dome using toothpicks and mini marshmallows! Become an architect while playing with your food ;). Activity #1 from the "Shapes &...
Because you’re never too young to learn how to code, Bitsbox is a coding subscription box designed for ages 6-12 where children learn how to create their own mobile apps.
Coding is the language of the 21st century. And just like learning any language, the earlier you start, the easier it is. Bitsbox teaches kids to code by delivering insanely fun app-building projects in the mail every month. Kids code their projects on the Bitsbox website and their apps work on any device with a web browser.