Flea Market Fun with Kiwi Crate!

A few months ago I ran across a company called Kiwi Crate.  What I saw looked like so much fun that I had to find out more about it.  Kiwi Crate is hands on fun for you and your preschool to early elementary school aged child.  What’s more is that the fun is delivered right to your door!


Here’s how Kiwi Crate works.

Kiwi Crate is a monthly subscription that provides you and your child with monthly craft projects, and each month is a new theme.  For $19.95 per month (shipping is included, by the way) you receive a crate full of supplies and inspiration.  Each crate includes all of the supplies and direction you’ll need to make arts, crafts and science activities.  Not only that, but you can visit the Kiwi Crate blog, which is chock full of additional project inspiration, recipes, printables and more.

Sample Crate from Kiwi Crate.

The Southern Institute is a crafty and creative blog, and I try to include my children in the projects that I do at home, but our family has a busy schedule and I’m a busy gal.  I don’t always have the supplies that I need on hand, or a plethora of new ideas, so I was really excited to subscribe to Kiwi Crate.  I have been so impressed with the quality of the projects that have come to our door.  They are creative and fun, and include high quality supplies.  Overall, Kiwi Crate does a great job of creating projects that parents can do with their children, and one of the coolest things about Kiwi Crate is that children are learning through play.  Last month’s theme, Farmer’s Market, taught economics, math, and exercised large and fine motor skills, among other things.  The projects are well thought out and developmentally appropriate.  I cannot tell you how much levi loves it!  He gets so excited when that crate shows up on our doorstep, and so do I because I know that we are about to spend quality time together.  Here are some photos of the fun we had with our Farmer’s Market Crate.

I cannot say enough about Kiwi Crate and the product that they provide.  They make learning fun for kids, while providing opportunities for parents to spend quality time with their children.  The monthly subscription is very reasonable for what you get.  You can pay monthly and cancel anytime, or you can buy a year subscription for your child or as a gift and get one month free.  What a great investment to make in your child… and with minimal effort on your part.  It’s just fun!

If you sign up now,because we’re friends, you can get $10 off your first crate!  
How’s that for a deal?


This is not a paid post or review… I was compelled to post about Kiwi Crate because Levi and I love it and I wanted to share it with you, my lovely readers!  I am an affiliate however, and you can always find their button on my side bar.



  1. kellie says:

    it looks awesome. i follow them on facebook and they post great ideas! but i keep waffling about buying!! on one hand i feel like since i’m a crafty person i should be able to put these kind of things together myself. on the other hand, i don’t. lol. i’m definitely leaning towards trying it out. thanks for the follow up review.

    • Jenny Yarbrough says:

      Hi Kellie! I know what you mean… I’m a craft blogger for Pete’s sake! But I’m telling you, you will love the ease of this. It is so well put together too. :)

      • kellie says:

        i went ahead and did it with the referral link you posted on fb. looking forward to checking it out!

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