KiwiCo offers hands-on learning and experience-based projects. The company’s mission is to offer kids and parents access to projects that encourage creativity.
Several product lines are available, catered to specific ages: Tadpole (ages 0–2), Koala (ages 3–4), Kiwi (ages 5–8), Atlas (ages 6–11), Doodle (ages 9–16+), Tinker (ages 9–16+) and Eureka (ages 14+). Within these groups, shoppers find subscription boxes and specific projects. Best-sellers include kaleidoscope play, glow slime, walking robot, handmade soap and pinball machine projects. Check the sale section for discounted items.
Whether you’re a parent, aunt, uncle or just have friends with small children, KiwiCo is perfect for fun and educational gifts. Gift cards are available in three- ($60), six- ($110) or 12-month ($205) increments.
Shipping is free on all subscriptions within the United States. Shipping for non-subscription orders more than $50 is free.
In addition to projects and kits, KiwiCo offers tips for at-home DIY projects, including arts and crafts, science projects and holiday crafts. Browse the website for more ideas.
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