BabbaBox Activity Themed Subscription for Kids

The pursuit for fantastic subscription-based craft projects continues! In this week’s Make It, we’re talking about BabbaBox, an activity-themed subscription created by Jessica Kim. The boxes are all about hands-on and learning something new. As BabbaBox says on its website, each month delivers TV-free mornings, sanity saving weeknight activities, purposeful weekend play and story time. I had the chance to take a look at a recent BabbaBox and I was definitely impressed.

From the get-go, BabbaBox has a variety of pricing plans for families, from a digital printables option at $6.99 a month to the premium box, complete with a brand-new book, for $29.99 a month. I’m sure the option to go digital-only is a welcome choice for many families looking to try a subscription service, but not sure about committing right from the beginning. There are options for gift subscriptions, too, which is a great birthday option for this aunt!

Our box was all about kitchen science. A colorful collection of project cards walks you through each activity.
The science tools were oversized for smaller hands (and pretty darn cute, too!).
Safety goggles? Check. Everything is there for a day full of experimenting.
This premium-based box came with the book What is the World Made Of? All About Solids, Liquids and Gases by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld, a perfect pairing for those younger crafters always asking “Why? How is this made?”

BabbaBox gets two-thumbs up from this grownup crafter. If you decide to sign up, make sure to follow along with their blog for additional project ideas and resources.

Still looking for more awesome subscription options? Check out Whimseybox and Kiwi Crate.


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