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The best subscription boxes for your kids

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You might already have a subscription box for meal kits, groceries, or beauty products, but have you thought about the benefits of a subscription box for your kids? Not only does it give your child something to look forward to, but it also brings a more positive and exciting perspective to learning. From STEM learning activities to artistic projects that exercise your child’s creativity, there's something for kids of all ages and backgrounds.

With all the products your kids will be getting in their new subscription boxes, it's important to keep product protection in mind. Kids are prone to accidents just like the rest of us, and you don't want to be left on the hook for expensive repair or replacement costs for their favorite new toys and activities. An extended warranty plan like MulberryCare can help ensure your products are protected no matter what.

Let's take a look at some of the most popular subscription boxes available for kids.

KiwiCo box

KiwiCo “crates” are available for all age groups, and the company curates special activities for all types of interests. With a mission to foster learning through exploration, kids can strengthen their education around art, technology, and engineering with hands-on projects.

Not only does each crate provide detailed instructions for each task and activity, but the company also has plenty of online resources for any questions or feedback you may have.

Price: Starting at $24.95/crate.


Lovevery play kits are full of great developmental tools and activities for babies and toddlers aged 0-4. With a “learning through play” approach, you can guarantee that your child will want to engage with all their stage-based play essentials.

Price: Starting at $80 every two months.

Literati book club

Literati is a book club subscription service for kids of all ages, from newborns to teens. The company even offers an adult book for any parents that are interested. Each month, you’ll receive a curated selection of five books and get to choose which ones you want to keep. All you need to do is return what you don’t want and pay for what you do.

Price: $10/month.

Little Passports

Not everyone has the time or money to travel and experience other cultures, but that doesn’t mean your kids won’t get to learn about them! With Little Passports, your child will get hands-on lessons in STEM, culture, and geography all in the context of blending education with world knowledge. The subscription begins with an introductory box, and each one afterward is focused on its own developmental stage.

Price: Starting at $27.95/month.


Kidpik is a curated clothing and styling box for all the fashion-forward kids out there, from sizes 2T to 16. All you need to do is complete a style profile and let the head-to-toe looks come to you! Each delivery is packaged like a gift, and the best part is there’s no subscription requirement.

While you can’t choose individual items, their picks are usually pretty on point, and you can always return the styles your child doesn’t love!


Pipsticks is a monthly sticker club for kids who love crafts and collecting. With unique designs for kids of all ages and interests, your little one will love adding to their collection each month. This subscription box is on the cheaper side compared to most, making it a great option for those who might be working with a lower budget. Plus, you can cancel at any time!

Price: Starting at $11.95/month.

Secure your subscription with Mulberry

Before you sign up for any new subscription services, make sure to install the Mulberry browser extension. You'll be able to view the product protection plans available for your items in real time as you shop, and you'll qualify for three months of free product protection on eligible purchases.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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