Last year my mom ordered subscription boxes for the kids. My daughter’s favorite has been a Harry Potter one while my son has rotated thru a couple based on the interests he had in that season. I spent some time researching the different boxes and found out about some fantastic educational ones. I am going to share some educational subscription boxes for homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike.
Educational Subscription Boxes for Homeschoolers
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Groovy Lab Box is a STEM box put together by Academics in a Box. Each box contains multiple experiments to try revolving around a theme. You can see what is in the box in our unboxing video below.
We had a blast with the Groovy Lab Box and the kids learned so much! I loved that the notebook added in great experiments, teaching about the topic, and questions for the kids to answer. It was definitely worth it. Make sure to scroll to the end of the post as Groovy Lab Box has provided a giveaway of one subscription to 3 months of this box.
This box would make a fantastic monthly STEM project for your homeschool to work on with you when they are younger or on their own if they are a bit older.
I wanted to love Creation Crate. It looked like such a great concept. That said, I believe it was over our heads. This would be a good box if you have a strong understanding of computers and technology.
The Creation Crate includes one project where you will have to spend some serious time working together to build out the components and then code it in the computer.
My son gets Tinker Crate every month from his grandmother. He loves this box! Each box contains a few really fun stem challenges that kids are sure to enjoy. I have loved watching him work with his sister to build the different projects. They have built lizards, pinball games, and a spirograph so far. Each project is simple but filled with tons of fun!
This box is filled with environmentally friendly crafts and stem projects. We have not tried this kit. However, it seems like a promising box with multiple Science projects and some fun crafts as well.
This is a geography based box focused on teaching children about their world through little passport sets that come each month and tell them about a different part of the world. We have seen this at a conference but we don’t have personal experience with this box.
This box is inspired by the popular Magic Schoolbus Show. Each month your children will have the opportunity to work on a new Science concept with multiple projects. We have not tried this one yet but it looks like a lot of fun.
In this box you will receive monthly projects that you will be able to take to a computer and work on coding. We haven’t tried this one yet but it looks like an awesome box if you have a tech lover in the house.
With Steve Spangler Science you are sure to find multiple levels of Science experiences. Steve Spangler has become famous for his Science experiments and now you get to enjoy them at home. We haven’t tried this one yet so I can’t speak to it.
With this box, each month you will receive a new piece of History to learn about. We have not tried this box so I can not say much about it. It seems to be a great option for supplementing your history studies in your homeschool.
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