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Seemingly anything and everything has a subscription box these days, and for parents with children that have a passion for science, there’s likely a subscription box perfect for your child.

From Pre-K to junior high, these five science subscription boxes will help make learning fun all year round.

Kid Wonder

Kid Wonder is for children aged 3-6. Each box has a central theme and comes with five different activities related to the theme, like the “Mad Scientist” box in the video below.

 

Kiwi Co.

Kiwi Co. offers a number of STEM subscription boxes for all ages including the Tinker Crate, for ages 9-16 covering science and engineering, and the Eureka Crate, an advanced engineering and design subscription box for age 14-104.

Spangler Science Club

Spangler Science Club is another STEM-based subscription box, but this one targets ages 5-12. There are three different boxes to choose from that include either one, five or ten different STEM activities to enjoy per month.

Spangler Science Club

Spangler Science Club offers amazing #STEM experiments delivered to your door each month. Subscribers choose from three levels of membership that range...

 

 

Genius Box

For children 8-12, each Genius Box covers a different STEM topic every month in three different activities. Each Genius Box also contains a special collectible surprise in a secret envelope when you complete all three activities.

Geodesic Dome How-To from "Shapes & Structures" Genius Box

Create a geodesic dome using toothpicks and mini marshmallows! Become an architect while playing with your food ;). Activity #1 from the "Shapes &...

 

Bitsbox

Because you’re never too young to learn how to code, Bitsbox is a coding subscription box designed for ages 6-12 where children learn how to create their own mobile apps. 

Erica Banas is rock/classic rock news blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.