…or at least keep them entertained long enough for you to catch up on Real Housewives.
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Tired of being your little one’s makeshift teacher, source of entertainment, *and* parent? Totally fair!
It might be worth it to give one of these subscription boxes for kids a try (if only to buy yourself a few moments of peace). Here are some fun options your tyke might enjoy!
The Preschool Box is packed with over 16 activities for your preschooler or kindergartener to enjoy, providing you with resources to help your kiddo learn something new *and* have some fun.
KiwiCo offers projects for every age group, so no matter how young or old your child is you’ll ideally be able to find a box that matches their current interests and learning level.
Little Passports is a must-have for adventurous tykes — it’ll help kids (and their parents) somewhat fulfill the increased wanderlust they’ve likely been feeling lately.
Kidstir, perfect for any wannabe chef who has been watching a *few* too many hours of The Great British Baking Show alongside their parents.
Spangler Science Club will turn your kids into miniature Bill Nyes and provide them with an exciting experiment to tackle each month.
Brick Loot, a monthly themed Lego subscription box you can count on to get your kids excited to check the mail each day in hopes their fun for the week has arrived.
Hoppi Box is geared to your baby’s age, so it’ll help them achieve developmental milestones while having a blast at the same time.
Literati, a must-have for the parents of bookworms who demand to hear the same stories over and over (and OVER) each night before bed.
Sensory Theraplay Box, so you and your kiddos can look forward to a box filled with exciting toys that’ll not only keep them entertained but also assist in therapeutic play.
Just Like Me Box will deliver engaging books filled with characters of color to your doorstep to promote self-love, self-discovery *and* a love for reading. What more could you wish for?
Girls Can Crate, designed to empower girls and teach them about tons of incredible female role models from the past and present through fun activities.
Unicorn Dream Box will likely leave that adorable tiny human screaming in high-pitched excited tones all of your neighbors will hear. My bad.
Little Global Citizen can help you introduce your kiddo to countries from around the globe *and* learn about their own culture.
Green Kids Crafts will deliver age-appropriate science and art kits, which will be a huge help for parents trying to homeschool their kids right now.
Monti Kids, so you and your tyke can engage with Montessori educator-approved toys without even having to set foot in a toy store *and* gain access to all kinds of educational resources.
Guide Dots will encourage your kiddo to express their more artistic side without you having to scavenge for coloring materials in the bottom of your desk drawer. You’re welcome.
Lovevery’s play kit subscription as a great addition to your tyke’s toy collection — with so many options to choose from they’ll never get bored (so YOU can watch some TV!).
Raddish Kids is a cooking club for kids that’ll help them expand their tastebuds (fingers crossed) and learn new skills they can show off in the kitchen.
Learning Crates will arrive on your doorstep filled with books and activities in addition to being personalized with your kiddo’s name — so fun.
Toy Box Monthly, a must-have for any little one who has been seemingly jealous of all of *your* deliveries and would truly appreciate some mail of their own.
And Mission Unboxable, which can turn you and your family into *secret agents* as you uncover fun tasks and dive into all kinds of spy gadgets each month.
Hang in there parents, you got this!
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