I’ll be the first to admit that I am more than a little obsessed with monthly subscription boxes for kids. The idea is genius, and I love that I can have planned activities for the kids delivered to my doorstep. Of course, the stem subscription boxes for kids are my favorite, and we subscribe to an embarrassing number!
In this article, I’ll review the best monthly boxes for kids that will help them to learn skills important to coding. These monthly STEM kits are educational and fun! Coding is the perfect skill for your kids to pick up with monthly lessons.
If you are looking for other ways to get kids coding, check out our ultimate guide to coding for kids.
A subscription to a learning crate is the perfect way to get kids excited about STEM. There are so many options out there with crates that it might be overwhelming to choose. Here are some of the most popular learning crates that will teach them the fundamentals of coding, and experiencing their world in a whole new way.
Benefits of Kids Learning to Code
There are several benefits of your kids learning to code. Some of the benefits of learning to code include teaching kids to think critically. Kids will gain new perspectives and learn to problem-solve efficiently. The job demand for coding only keeps growing, let your kids have fun and create a potential future for themselves.
STEM Subscription Boxes: Final Thoughts
There are hundreds of great subscriptions out there for learning crates for your kids. These are a few of the popular ones out there that your children are sure to love. Which crates do you plan on getting your kids this summer to keep them busy besides video screens? What other subscription crates have you received in the past did your children enjoy most? Let me know in the comments below!
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Katie is mom of two rambunctious boys and a self-proclaimed super nerd. With a background in neuroscience, she is passionate about sharing her love of all things STEM with her kids. She loves to find creative ways to teach kids computer science and geek out about coding and math. You can find her blogging at Teach Your Kids Code and in her spare time, documenting her families travels at Tear Free Travel.