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Subscription Boxes for Kids We Love

The best subscriptions for tiny hands and big creativity.


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Bon Appetit: There’s no sweeter mess than one in the kitchen. Tiny chefs will collect recipes, games, pint-sized tools and educational pages about health and cooking. KidStir. Boxes start at $12.95 for a year-long subscription. kidstir.com

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Rad Scientist: Let your baby lab rats’ imaginations run wild with these STEM-inspired experiments covering everything from biology to computer science. Blue Moon Box. Boxes start at $25/mo. bluemoonbox.com

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Fashionista: She will have a blast filling out a style questionnaire and receiving new threads, mailed with her taste in mind. KidPik. Average box is $85, including an accessory and shoes. kidpik.com

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Give Back: Make sweet crafts with your crew and then use the pre-paid return envelope to ship your masterpiece off as a donation to a child in need. LittleLovingHands. Boxes start at $20/month for a year. littlelovinghands.com

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Full STEAM Ahead: These special projects, comics, crafts and games will inspire big thinkers ages five to eight. Try Koala Crate for your three- to four-year-old. Kiwi Crate. Boxes start at $16.95/month for a year. kiwicrate.com

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Little Builders: The brainchild of a 9-year-old Lego fan, this box lets kids add tons of blocks, accessories and site-exclusive items to their arsenal. Brick Loot. Boxes start at $24.95/each for a year. brickloot.com

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Calling All Bookworms: Your little bibliophiles will love getting new reading material every month. Best part? A new book is donated to a child in need with every shipment. Lillypost. Boxes start at $20/each for a year (includes one free box). lillypost.com

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Frequent Flyer: Transport her to faraway lands with travel-themed packages that explore the world, one country or state at a time. Little Passports. Boxes start at $11.95/each for a year. littlepassports.com

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Craft Queens: Your 'tween will have a blast with these DIY jewelry, art and room décor projects. Darby Girl. Boxes start at $20/each bimonthly for a year (includes one free box). darbysmart.com

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Mad About Science: Your mini-lab partner will get busy with a range of experiments that explore everything from engineering and art to math. Green Kid Crafts. Boxes start at $17.95/each for a year. greenkidcrafts.com

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Hand-Picked Style: Share a few details about your son or daughter (from newborn to 14) and you'll get a box of four outfits picked especially for him or her. Every piece is guaranteed to be 40 to 80 percent off retail price. Wee Blessing. Pay for what you keep, plus $9.95 for shipping. weeblessing.com

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