Thaddeus is a very crafty boy. He’s always drawing, coloring, and creating things. So, when I found out about Kiwi Crate, I knew it was something he would find interesting and be excited to take on a project or two.
And I was right!
It’s about time to start gardens here in Michigan and what better way to get one started than with Kiwi Crate’s Garden Crate? You get everything you need to start a window garden than can be transplanted to your outside garden without any problem. Plus after you start your window garden you can do some crafts and create some flowerpots to plant your own flowers or other plants! The Kiwi Crates come with everything you would need to do two or three different projects, depending on the crate you receive.Kiwi Crate offers subscriptions for $19.95 a month (cancel anytime) or $220 per year with free shipping. You can even order gift subscriptions for 3 or 6 months or a full year. Each month you will receive a different crate!
Kiwi Crate provides families with all the materials and inspiration needed to create, discover, and explore with art, science, crafts, and more – right to their front doors. Every month, a different theme is introduced, like Ocean Exploration, Colors, and Dinosaurs. Parents can spend quality time with kids – without the stress of pre-planning or shopping for materials.
Thaddeus had so much fun creating his window garden!
I even went out and purchased some extra seeds for our window garden and made up our own little bags and increased our garden by four other items! So along with the beans and squash we will have tomatoes, green peppers, spinach, and lettuce.
Thaddeus spent a good amount of time designing his flowerpots and he placed one in our living room and one in our bedroom to “brighten up the rooms”.
I can’t wait for the seeds to start spouting so Thaddeus can see exactly how veggies (and other plants for that matter) come about. We’ve had a garden in the past, but it always started from an actual plant or from seeds. Because you can’t really watch the seeds spout when they are outside in the ground, he’s never been able to actually watch them start spouting, but with the window garden he’ll be able to see them start rooting and spouting and then transplant the spouts to an outside garden.