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April 20, 2017

Green Kids Crafts – Making learning fun again!

green kid crafts circle logo (2)One of my favorite things to do with my kids is to take them to museums and science exhibits. I try to show them how much fun it can be and plus they are learning. In reality, it is not so easy to get to many places with them. I work, they go to school and then they are with their dad on the weekends so finding educational things to occupy them is a bit of a challenge. Of course, I can have them read and do extra work at home but they complain so much about how boring it is. So what better way to occupy their little growing minds than to engage them in hands-on educational play at home.

Green Kid Crafts is an award-winning STEAM Kits make learning fun and exciting for kids through hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) projects experiments. Green Kid Crafts is a monthly subscription based kit. Designed to keep your kids engaged in exciting, educational fun!

Green Kid Crafts launched in 2009 with the vision of helping to raise the next generation of creative leaders. Like so many of the best children’s products, Green Kid Crafts is a mother’s invention, created by a working mom and environmental scientist whose personal experiences taught her how important it is for children to exercise creativity, develop a love of discovery, and learn about the world around them.


In our box, we did the Volcano and the Eruption abstract art. The kids loved the Volcano. It was super simple to put together and the kids really enjoyed doing it. It was nice to see them have that sense of accomplishment after the volcano erupted. My son wasn’t interested in doing the art but my daughter loved it.


Green Kids Craft has some great monthly subscription options available. Make sure to check out all of the fun and educational things they have to offer.


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  • Victoria

    I don’t think I have heard of this company before. However, I am sure my boys would love to get a package from them. I love companies that make learning fun because that’s the only way my boys will ask about doing something is if its fun and doesn’t come off as overly educational.

    April 24, 2017 at 11:04 am Reply
  • Erica

    I really love monthly subscription boxes like this. Green Kid Grafts seems like the perfect way to get kids excited about doing fun projects and teaching them about being more earth-friendly. I am going to check this out for my granddaughter right now! Thanks so much for sharing – you guys did a great job with this box!

    April 21, 2017 at 9:50 am Reply
  • Erinn S

    Monthly subscription boxes make such fun gifts to get when you are a kid! This looks great

    April 21, 2017 at 2:11 am Reply
  • Ali Rost

    How cool are these?! I remember volunteering at my kid’s elementary school back in the day. They were always doing things like this and going to places like the science center. Now that I’m a grandma .. I get to do it all over again .. but since they’re sill too young to go to school .. science experiments come to my house!

    April 20, 2017 at 11:33 pm Reply
  • Tina Butler

    That volcano craft is really neat. My kids love to do crafts so i will have to look into this.

    April 20, 2017 at 10:55 pm Reply
  • Elizabeth Neas

    How fun. I wish that had been more resources like this, when I homeschooled my 3 youngest. I love museums and one day hope to spend some time at the Smithsonian. That is one of the places that is on my bucket list. Although, with so much to see there, I’m not quite sure where I would start.

    April 20, 2017 at 8:29 pm Reply
  • lisa

    This is very interesting! I too take my children to visit science exhibits and museums etc. My youngest daughter is a true science gal, she loves to explore anything pertaining to science. I’m sure she would love the Green Kid Crafts, I can just see her doing the Volcano and the Eruption abstract art!

    April 20, 2017 at 4:47 pm Reply
  • Paula Schuck

    I love these! It’s super important to allow and encourage children to express themselves creatively. These are really neat projects.

    April 20, 2017 at 2:19 pm Reply
  • Betty

    Love this! STEM projects sometimes take a lot of materials and it’s great that you get them all in a box instead of having to shop around for them. When my kids are older I am definitely going to try this out!

    April 20, 2017 at 1:02 pm Reply
  • Tamara

    I remember anything having to do with volcanos was always a great project when I was a kid. It makes me happy that kids still love to do that – including my own!
    Green Kid Crafts are awesome. My two kids would love them.

    April 20, 2017 at 12:47 pm Reply
  • Lori Bosworth

    I agree that it’s important to bring children to museums, science exhibits, art galleries to provide them with a broad education, but, like you said, it can be hard to organize, plus it’s expensive! Green Kid Crafts are a great idea for providing educational experiences at home.

    April 20, 2017 at 9:22 am Reply
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