That being said, Grant had a lot of fun with this box. One activity was a growth chart (he loves to have us measure him so he can see how big he is) and the other was backyard golf (which could be played outside if you have a good spot for it - we don't, so it stays inside). I let Grant choose which to do first and the golf game won.
|All the pieces included and the detailed instructions.|
|I couldn't resist the urge to make some too!|
This past weekend, we did the growth chart. A growth chart is something I never bought for Grant. I've always measured him in the doorway of his room and made marks, so this activity was fun and came in handy :)
|Everything you need including a ribbon for hanging.|
After the stickers are all colored, you just add them to the branches on the growth chart.
|He filled up the top and all the little branches along the tree, so|
since he loves jumping in leaf piles so much, he put some on the ground too.
|I hung ours a foot off the floor.|
We already have our July box, that came earlier this week. It's called "Interesting Insects" and I think it's going to be a lot of fun.
I was really skeptical about getting (and keeping) this subscription. I think I said in my last Kiwi Crate post that $20 per month is a lot, to me, for a craft box. But so far, I'm really impressed with it. They really do include everything for you. With school starting in just over a week I'm not sure how much time we'll have for these so I may have to put the subscription on hold (I love that you can do that). But so far, we've both enjoyed what they've sent us and I think I look forward to the box showing up just as much as Grant does!