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The Good: Kiwi Crate provides a monthly subscription that features a project for kids to put together, learn from and have fun at the same time. We received a Pinball Machine for the kids to assemble. I like how creative it is and that the kids get to be hands on with their educational toys. I found this particular project to be a lot of fun and easy to assemble with careful attention to each step and detail.
Kiwi Crate’s goal is to inspire kids to see themselves as scientists, artists, creators, and makers and is for kids ages 5-8. There are other crates such as Cricket Crate for ages 0-2, Koala Crate for ages 3-4, Doodle Crate and Tinker Crate for ages 9-16+.
The Not So Good: The little plastic packets the small objects were in somehow had tears in them so some of the pieces kept falling out and it was a task to try and make sure none were lost.