Just because you’re a disaster in the kitchen doesn’t mean your kids have to be. (Oh wait, is that just me?) Sign them up for Kidstir, where they’ll get the gift of food each month! The kits come with a cookbook, 3 recipes, 2 kid-sized cooking tools, and 3 activities. There’s so much to offer, Rachael Ray will be jealous! Choose from a single kit, or other monthly options like 3 months, 6 months or 12 months.
Find out all you need to know about this under $20.00 a month club over at Kidstir.
source: Little Passports
8. Little Passports
Everyone likes to travel. But with kids, it’s not always easy to take vacations, especially to more expensive, foreign locations. With Little Passports, your kids can still experience the joys of travel with monthly explorer kits that will teach them about different parts of the world! The first month’s kit is a starter kit that includes a small blue suitcase, a passport, a map and a welcome letter. In the months following, your children will receive souvenirs and activity sheets from different countries. I mean, seriously, doesn’t this sound awesome?
Sign your kids up by visiting the Little Passports website. Take a peek at some of the example kits while you’re there.
Oh. My. Stickers. My little guy loves them. I hate them. Well, actually, I just hate that he loves them, because he sticks them everywhere! But, if your kids enjoy crafts and stickers, they will love Pipsticks. You might too! It’s a great monthly subscription option for scrapbookers, and each kit comes with tons of stickers, a postcard and paper goods too.
There’s somewhat of a frenzy over these stickers, and if you don’t believe me, check out Pipsticks! It’s proof that even grown ups can have fun with children’s activities.