There are so many subscription boxes these days, from shoes to kids clothing to cosmetics, but only kidstir can get your kids excited about cooking and creating in the kitchen. Recently, we had the chance to give kidstir a try to see if the box is really something that kids want and if it’s something they will use. We gave kidstir to our toddler, the toughest critic in our house, and let her open her first box. We received two boxes, thanks to kidstir, to facilitate our review of kidstir.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from kidstir, but my toddler was more than happy to the brightly wrapped box with unknown contents inside. As parents, we’re constantly trying to get our picky eaters involved in cooking and preparing food, and studies have shown that kids that help prepare their food are more likely to eat it. We could definitely use all the help we can get in that department.
Our kidstir Welcome Kit contained supplies to make a few fun silly straws (including Ella’s favorite, the mustache straw) as well as:
- 1 Customizable cookbook binder
- 1 Scavenger hunt shopping list
- 2 Cooking projects
- Plus, digital recipes, videos, and activities
It was fun to watch Ella unbox the contents and discover each new thing.
Sign up for kidstir using my link (https://kidstir.com?raf=200) and you’ll receive a special discount! Each box sent has new things designed to get your kids actively participating in preparing meals and snacks and the first box they receive, like ours, will be a welcome kit which will allow them to create their own recipe book, as each month’s kit has a hole-punched recipe card for them to add to their book.