Kid’s Night In sent me a free box in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
I might be alone in this, but the end of July through early August is probably my least favorite time of the year. The temperatures outside are too hot and suddenly there are big hairy spiders everywhere. Yep, not a fan.
We got our first Kid’s Night In Box a couple weeks ago and had so much fun unboxing it and exploring everything inside. If you don’t know what it is, Kid’s Night In a monthly subscription box that is full of fun, interactive, and educational activities.
Kid’s Night In: Stars and Stripes
The theme for the July Kid’s Night In box was Stars and Stripes. When I first opened the box I was surprised because there was a lot more in there than I expected. I figured we’d get a little craft, maybe two, but the box really was load with things to entertain kid’s for an entire night in.
In our July box we got:
- L is for Liberty: A book on the history of the Statue of Liberty
- Blow-up ball with a globe design
- Bookmark listing the presidents and the states and cities
- Necklace craft with a U.S.A. design
- Memory game
- Letter-writing activity
- Flag pen
- Hat coloring activity
- Popsicle craft
- Scavenger hunt
See! There is a lot going on in this box! I like that the activities varied from crafts to reading to snacks, and some of them were one-time things while others were toys that they could continue to play with.
How It Works
To get your first Kid’s Night In box you select one of the subscription plans. Their options include month-to-month, 3 month, 6 month and 12-month subscriptions.
Box themes change monthly and each box includes three or more activities. Once you choose your plan, you will have the opportunity to add enhancements to your first date. If you want the current month’s box as your first order, you will need to order before the 13th, 8 PM EST. Orders ship between the 16th – 21st.
Overall, it’s a great box and is designed to provide at least a couple hours worth of entertainment for your kids.