Kiwi Crate Camping Trip Review

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The June Kiwi Crate arrived just before I took off on my 2 day trip at the end of last week, and I had to hide it until I returned (dad was working, we also had a sitter). As soon as I got back, it was game on, because the kids cannot stand not doing Kiwi Crate! AS you can see, I finally caved and got the sibling supplies, E is old enough now where he wants his own stuff! You can get $10 off your first box by using this link!

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The Description: Arts, crafts, and science activities subscription for kids ages 3-7.. Each box is organized around a theme!If you are a busy mom that needs to spend your extra time with your kids instead of hunting down a craft, a subscription craft and activity box is the way to go.
The Price: $19.95 per month, down to $16.95 per month on a year long subscription
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Kiwi Crate June 2014 Review – Camping Trip

My daughter was super excited to get rolling and made herself a “most excited kid ever” badge!

The theme for June’s  Kiwi Crate was Camping Trip and it contained 2 super cute projects. Dad actually did these projects with the kids, which generally means slightly fewer photos but better final projects 🙂

The box came with everything you need to do 2 projects, and with 2 kids, it was quite heavy!  BTW, I just emailed Kiwi Crate and asked them to start the sibling add-ons to this subscription, which was a gift. Their customer service is SO easy to work with!IMG_5328

This box had a super special surprise – a Naturebox Snack!


The back of the cover card always has a coloring scene and my son LOVES coloring Steve the Kiwi!IMG_5329

For the start of the summer adventure series a travel journal was included, and we actually saved ours for a trip that we are hoping to take in a couple of weeks!IMG_5330

The kids always go and unpack everything and they did that with this box too!

My Glowing Campfire IMG_5331

This project was the cutest ever! Dad helped E put the clay and rocks on the cardboard ring, A did her own, and then they built the little fires.IMG_3630

A week later, I promise you, these fires are still being played with. A’s even survived a trip in the sink (she’s ummmm a very curious child). The glow on them is so pretty – the LED votives flicker! The campfires are currently living on our train table (which has a prehistoric theme) and they have been camping out quite a bit!

My Sunprint Backpack


Was this ever a hit! E’s turned out better (the photos are in the main one up top) but they both enjoyed doing it and it was exciting to put the plastic pieces on the backpack and see the finished product at the end of the day.

Explore! Magazine


There is an explore! magazine in all of the summer crates this year and there are fun games and comics and all sorts of projects!IMG_3698

Leaf Rubbings!IMG_3697

We did it!

IMG_3699Saving this one for daddy! Although I totally had a centipede bite me the other day, I think I win??

This was just an amazing Kiwi Crate and I can’t wait for next month’s box!
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