We LOVE subscription boxes! The kids get so excited when a new one shows up on our doorstep because they know there’s hours of fun inside.

And let me tell you, we’ve tried out a lot of different boxes for kids for the site. The cool thing is how different they all are!

There are subscription boxes tailored to a wide variety of hobbies and interests. So whatever your kid is into, there’s probably a subscription box to suit their taste.

Which is great since we all know that no two kids are alike. If you’ve got one who likes cooking, and one who likes building…no problem. There’s a box for that!

Here’s a list of our 7 FAVORITE SUBSCRIPTION BOXES FOR KIDS. We’re sure there’s one to match your child’s unique personality.

And for all the aunties and grandparents out there – these boxes make a really special and memorable gift! Which one will your kids love?


Subscription Boxes For Kids


1. For The Budding Chef: Kidstir

Age: 4-12 Years Old

Why We Like It:  Kidstir is one of our favorite monthly subscription boxes for kids. It teaches your child age-appropriate cooking techniques while they build their own cookbook.

The company was founded by moms to help kids learn their way around the kitchen, which can spark a lifelong love of food and good eating habits.

Cooking is such a valuable life skill to have! You’re empowering your kids to make healthy food choices and not rely on eating out. This is a skill that will serve them well into adulthood.

In each Kidstir box you get kid-friendly step-by-step recipes, educational food pages, kid-sized cooking tools, shopping lists, and food themed games and puzzles.

Even if you’re not a great cook yourself, you can totally pull this off. The instructions are really easy to follow. You might even pick up some new cooking skills along with your child.



2. For Your Little Architect: Brick Loot

Age:  6 and up

Why We Like It: Do your kids love building things? Are they obsessed with LEGOs? If yes, then Brick Loot is the subscription box for you!

LEGOs are great skill building toys for kids. LEGOs teach children how to think in three dimensions and enhance fine-motor and creative thinking skills. Kids can also improve their reading skills by following the build instructions.

Brick Loot researches the latest and greatest brick themed toys and ships a custom box direct to you. Every month is a different theme, to prevent building boredom.

The kits contain either LEGO or LEGO compatible bricks, so they’ll all work together. It’s any mini-architect’s dream box.



3. For The Future World Traveler: Little Passports

Age: 3-12 Years Old

Why We Like It: Instill a love of travel in your children and deepen their understanding of cultures around the world with the Little Passports program.  

Most families don’t have the funds to fly across the country, let alone the whole globe. But that doesn’t mean your children shouldn’t learn about who and what’s out there.

Each month your child will receive an age-appropriate package designed to build knowledge and spark curiosity.

The activities included, which range from maps, to destination-specific activities, travel souvenirs, their very own “passport” and more will help take your child’s thinking to places beyond your own backyard. With Little Passports they can explore new places, cultures, recipes, and ideas.

Don’t be surprised if your kids develop a love of travel and adventure as a result!



4. For Your Mini-Scientist: Green Kids Crafts

Age: 2-10 Years Old

Why We Like It:  Like so many of the best children’s products, Green Kid Crafts was created by a mom (and environmental scientist) whose personal experiences taught her how important it is for children to exercise creativity and learn about the world around them.

Green Kid Crafts is a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) subscription kit for children. Each box is themed, exploring topics like ocean science, volcanoes, or music.

The boxes are designed to promote creativity and activate thinking, questioning, and curiosity through guided science experiments.

The kids get super excited when it shows up in the mail, and you save yourself the time and energy of running to the store to get supplies. Everything you need for hands-on learning projects is right there in the box.



5. For Your Future Entrepreneur: Box Of Challenge

Age: 8 and Up

Why We Like It: Does your child love problem solving? Are they a great team player? These are both traits of successful entrepreneurs, and skills you can practice with Box Of Challenge.

Basically this is a monthly subscription box that sends you 4-5 fun challenges to solve… in 60 minutes or less. Every task has a difficulty rating from easy to hard. You may be asked to build things, solve puzzles or brain teasers, complete a task blindfolded, you just never know.

The Box of Challenge encourages teamwork, communication and trying new things. Which, in turn, builds entrepreneurial skills, and makes for an excellent family game night. Try it! We think you’ll like it as much as we did.



6. For A Great Imagineer: Walt Life

Age: 3 and up

Why We Like It:  Is your kid a Disney fanatic? Do they dream of working for the Mouse someday? Then Walt Life is the box for them!

You never know what you’re going to get with Walt Life, and that’s what makes it so fun. Every month a box of Disney magic gets shipped right to your doorstep.

The items in your Walt Life box will vary greatly, but on average you can expect to find an assortment of merchandise that may come from any of the Disney Parks, Disney Store, Disney Resorts Downtown Disney or from one of many Disney suppliers. You might even find the occasional Star Wars item in your box as well!

What makes this subscription great is the element of surprise. If your child loves gifts and unexpected presents, this is right up their alley.



7. For Their Next Milestone: HOOT For Kids

Age: 0 – 6  Years Old

Why We Like It: HOOT For Kids is a monthly toy and activity treasure box. What’s cool about it is that the toys and activities are tailored to your child’s age and developmental stage. It’s this customization that makes HOOT unique.

HOOT stands for Hands On Occupational Therapy. This product is led by a pediatric occupational therapist who firmly believes that toys foster growth and can be used in many creative ways, including as a tool to enhance key developmental areas: fine motor, gross motor and sensory processing skills.

In addition, the right toys and activities can help parents be instrumental in facilitating developmental milestones.

Each HOOT box comes with three or more toys that are picked specifically for your child’s developmental stage, based on a questionnaire that you complete when you sign up.

We love that HOOT For Kids also sends information for parents including innovative ways to play with the toys that challenge and stimulate your child. It’s kind of like a mini occupational therapy session in a box.


With all these subscription boxes for kids to choose from, you’re bound to find the perfect match for your child’s personality and interests. Which box will you pick??


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