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13 Monthly Subscription Boxes That Any Child Will Love


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Every mom out there knows that children love getting mail — so why not give them something to look forward to each month with one of the best monthly subscription boxes for kids? With hundreds of boxes available thanks to the subscription box boom, there are tons of great boxes available. So what should you be keeping an eye out for? Let’s break down the best subscription boxes for kids.

What is in a subscription box for kids?

Between the countless commercials touting the advantages of at-home trials with beauty subscription boxes to the (what feels like) hundreds of podcast ads praising the advent of food subscription boxes for easy at-home cooking, it’s safe to say that subscription boxes are having a moment. But when it comes to subscription boxes for kids, do you know what’s out there? Children’s subscriptions boxes offer a great variety, whether you’re looking for a book subscription box to encourage reading, an educational subscription box to help them explore the world of STEM, or a subscription box filled with the best sensory toys for kids with disabilities. With an array of boxes for every age and preference, the problem won’t be finding one your child will enjoy, it’ll be choosing which ones to get. 

Best Kid Subscription Boxes

Best Subscription Boxes for Kids 

From classic children’s literature to the latest in kids clothing to ones that allow your kid to throw on a deerstalker cap and play Sherlock Holmes, keep scrolling for FIRST’s picks for the best subscription boxes for kids!

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