Kiwi Crate: A Kid Crafts Subscription You're Going to Love

A review of Kiwi Crate, an educational, high quality craft subscription for kids.

{Disclosure: I received this product free of charge. I was compensated for my time. I was not required to give a positive review.}

When I first heard of Kiwi Crate, I was interested and considered subscribing. Kiwi Crate is designed for children ages 3-16 and I really wanted it for my 6-year-old. A few weeks later, I was offered me the opportunity to review it and I jumped at the chance. 

Kiwi Crate makes easy-to-use kid crafts.


For our Kiwi Crate, we received Around The World. My daughter was very excited have a packaged mailed to the house specifically for her.

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This crate came with several really cool things to do. There was a craft with flags and a huge map to use with game pieces. It also has a book of little fun craft ideas that you can try with your kids.

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It was really nice to have a pre-set choice of crafts readily available. With no real work of having to gather everything together, we were able to just dive right in!

Kiwi Crate is hands-on learning through fun kid crafts.


The first item to have fun with was a craft of flags from around the world. My daughter especially loved this because she has been learning to speak Japanese and aspects of Japanese culture from one of her aunts. And she got to make the flag from Japan.


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Making the flags was so easy and definitely educational. As she was making them, I was able to answer questions about where the places were located and what it was like there. 

After making all the suggested flags, Kiwi Crate gives the option of making another one from another country or to make your own. My daughter chose to make her own. Once finished, she got to string them up together. Here’s her result!

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My daughter is 6 and an only child, so the game aspect of the map is great for when she visits with her aunts. By herself, however, she just liked using the map as a way to pinpoint where the flags came from.

What did we think about the Kiwi Crate kid crafts?


We really enjoyed the crate and everything it had to offer. I think it is definitely worth the money and the easy-to-use items make it easier for her to use in our busy homeschool life. 

These crates come with educational, high quality crafts that she can continue to use later on. I was so impressed by this first crate, that our family subscribed to Kiwi Crate and already got our next package! My daughter is loving it!

Get your own Kiwi Crate subscription.

Kiwi Crates are now available for ages 3 - 16. How exciting is that? 

As a reader of The Heart of Michelle, you can save 25% on your first month subscription. New subscribers also get FREE SHIPPING and a bonus welcome kit. Just use the special promo code is BTS25.

Check out KiwiCrate.com and get your subscription started today.

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Lee Anne is a married, homeschooling mom to one beautiful 6-year-old little girl. She works part-time while also attending college part-time.  She enjoys spending time with her family and hanging out with her siblings. Her hobbies and interests include crocheting, sewing, artistry, music and singing. 


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1 comment

  1. I love KiwiCrate! That flag craft looks awesome! :)

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