Snow, snowmen, scarves and skiing – it’s the time of year when the cold weather sets in and hot chocolates are a must-have. But it doesn’t mean you can’t have loads of fun!
The theme this month is Frozen Fun! Bring out your creative side by making your own ice cube paints or put on your scientist’s hat and conduct an ice melting experiment. We hope you enjoy the chance to play, explore, learn and create from the comfort of your own home with this month’s crate!
My Snowman Toss
Have a ton of fun decorating a snowman with festive stickers and colored markers! Discover a range of different patterns by mixing and matching faces with different bodies. Let out all your energy by throwing a foam snowball at your snowman in our snowball toss game!
My Winter Luminaries
Build a pair of stunning, glowing luminaries and decorate them with beautiful wintery scenes. Place a battery powered tea light (included) inside of your luminary to brighten up your room this winter!
In this month’s explore! magazine, Steve makes a new friend – Tanya the Arctic Fox! Steve and Tanya work together to build a snowman and go on an adventure to find everything they need.
Discover the difference between snowboarding and snow tubing or learn how to bake cinnamon snowflakes that will fill your home with a delicious holiday smell!
Kiwi Crate Library
There are heaps of books you can share with your family to make the frozen fun last longer – here are a few of our winter themed favorites!
by Arthur Geisert
This charming tale tells the adventures of a group of pigs trying to escape the heat entirely through witty illustration.
The Story of Snow
by Mark Cassino
A visual and easy-to-understand exploration of snowflakes and their creation. Sure to excite young scientists and inquisitive readers!
by Uri Shulevitz
A simple story paired with lively watercolor illustrations that shares a boy and his dog’s hopes for a snowy day.