Educational Subscription Boxes Kids Will Have A Blast With

Educational subscription boxes are such a fun experience for children. I love that most are both entertaining and educational. Since they are so fun to work with and put together, kids won’t even know how much they are actually learning!

These days, you can find subscription boxes for just about everything. From crafts boxes to engineering and tinkering to help them learn a variety of different subjects and skills.

I love subscription boxes because it gives children a way to learn and use their hands. I’m a huge fan of books, but these are a great way to break up the normal everyday book or online learning.

Education Subscription Boxes Kids Will Love!

Educational monthly subscription boxes can be fun and we often use them in our homeschooling approach. We also have so much fun with them that we use them for a fun activity on family night.

It really helps make learning not so boring so the kids are always looking forward to these projects. We always keep a few on hand in our homeschool classroom.

Sometimes we will even use them in our family game night, and we all have fun putting together the different activity boxes.

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KiwiCo is probably one of the most popular educational subscription box companies. Their educational boxes are available for kids of all ages.

KiwiCo focuses on craft boxes, engineering boxes, science learning, and more and each project lets kids explore the world of tinkering.


Cratejoy is like the supercenter of subscription boxes. They feature the most exciting gifts and subscription boxes in the world, all in one place so you can easily find them.

I’m talking everything from educational kid’s subscription boxes and craft boxes to beauty and fashion boxes for men and women. They even have all of your favorite food subscription boxes.


Green Kid Crafts

Green Kid Crafts gives children the learning of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math). Check out my more detailed post about Green Kid Crafts here.

What’s really cool is that it was created by a working mom and scientist that believes children should exercise creativity, develop a love of discovery, and learn about the world around them.

Deal Alert! Currently, they have a special going on which will help you save 10% off your subscription order. Just click here and head on over to get started. Many times, they will also offer 50% off your first box when you sign up for the newsletter.

Hoot for Kids

Hoot for Kids subscriptions come with a box full of goodies and suggested activities and tips for play by a developmental specialist will help your child maximize their potential. Like most of the subscription boxes, there is no commitment and you can cancel any time.


I love toucanBox. Kids can enjoy the hands-on process of making, then play! Finished crafts turn into interactive games, dress-up, role-play, toys, and much more.

The Preschool Box

The Preschool Box offers monthly preschool activities that encourage learning, reading, and creativity in children ages 3-6. This is probably one of our favorite educational subscription boxes for toddlers!

Included in each box are various hands-on activities to promote reading, craft materials for the projects, and even a book for kids to read.

Orange Art Box

Orange Art Box sends a box every month containing themed art projects that kids will have fun creating. 

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Each monthly box contains everything kids will need to create the monthly art project. The box will contain a variety of different supplies along with creative ideas on what they can create with the supplies.

Creation Crate

Creation Crate gives kids the opportunity to learn how to build electronics. Each month kids will receive a new project along with access to their online course to help them build the monthly project.

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Walt Life, Inc.

While Walt Life, Inc. may not be an obvious choice in learning boxes, it’s still something fun kids will enjoy.

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There are 2 different boxes to choose from, a box which includes items from the parks or other merchandise or a snack box.

Really Good Stuff

Really Good Stuff has subscription boxes for teachers that create a fun learning course each month. It doesn’t specifically say it’s only for teachers though.

Spangler Science

The boxes are created for students Kindergarten through 5th grade.

Monkey CoCo

Monkey CoCo is a monthly subscription box full of science, technology, engineering and math.

These STEM boxes aim to teach kids physics, mechanics, and even circuit knowledge while assembling the toys.

Healthy Living Kids

Healthy Living Kids offers healthy treats for kids along with books and other activities.

Reveal Book Box

Reveal Book Box has a kids reveal book section and it is set up with kid-friendly books that kids of all ages will enjoy. Every box of books is custom curated, based on your child’s interests, by passionate parents.

The Reveal Book Box is another great educational subscription boxes for toddlers and helping them learn how to read.

Brick Loot

Brick Loot is a company dedicated to toy brick enthusiasts of all ages. They offer various subscription boxes, custom LED lighting kits for LEGO as well as brick and minifigure sets.

With one of their subscription boxes, kids will get special custom LEGO kits in the mail that contain special exclusives and designs.

Educational Boxes You Don’t Need a Subscription For

If you aren’t up for committing to a monthly educational subscription box (there’s nothing wrong with that!), there are a ton of great educational activities and crafts. without the monthly commitment, that you can purchase to try out first.

These are a list of my favorites:

Kid Made Modern – These are fun crafting kids and STEAM DIY projects that kids will have fun with. They offer kits for jewelry making, watercolor and painting, and nature activities just to name a few.

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Fun and Function – With these fun activities, kids can enjoy the best selection of sensory tools no matter what their age is. The products are geared towards sensory products that are highly effective for sensory processing, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and special needs.

Subscription boxes are great for teaching kids at home. They are fun and educational so children will be engaged with the learning without even knowing they are learning.

If you homeschool or are looking for some fun educational things to do at home. I have an entire section dedicated to kids activities and homeschooling!

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Educational subscription boxes can be both fun and be a great learning experience for kids. It will stimulate creativity and lots of fun learning opportunities.

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  1. All of these are new to me! Monkey CoCo looks like something my little boy would love!

  2. This is a fantastic list. I have been looking to get my niece and nephew something and I’ll be figuring out which would be best for them!

  3. These are all great options…especially with summer coming up! I’ll have to check them out for my kids.

  4. That is pretty awesome! Kids would love and enjoy educational boxes so much. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I love receiving subscription boxes. I bet it would be so fun for a kiddo to get one too. And of course it’s a bonus when the box is educational.

  6. This is awesome! I love subscription boxes for myself. It would be so fun for kids to get some for themselves too!

  7. That was a super cute subscription box. My girls would be so happy to have this. They will love those stuff inside for sure.

  8. Wow! All these boxes look sooo amazing! I’m sure my son would love this!

  9. These all sound awesome and would be great for the summer break. My boys would love so many of these, especially the crafty boxes.

  10. This is a great idea, especially since subscription boxes are gaining in popularity!

  11. These boxes all look like so much fun! I have been wanting to try a subscription box or two for my daughter, but I didn’t even know where to start. I will be checking these out.

  12. Ah, how fab! I love the idea of a subscription that is fun and educational that the children will look forward to! Thanks for sharing x

  13. You have a great lists of educational boxes that we can give to our kids. It looks like a lot of fun and I am sure my kids would love to have one of this.

  14. I love educational boxes for kids, they are fun, entertaining and very beneficial. Thanks a lot for the list.

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