Tween boys can be hard to entertain.
I used to be able to hand my kids a container of bubbles or a box of crayons and they’d be entertained. Now, as tweens, I have to work a bit harder to keep them busy.
That’s where Creation Crate comes in.
Creation Crate is a tech education in-a-box that is delivered to your front door every month.
My kids love technology. Coming up with projects that challenge them can be, well . . . challenging. They were thrilled to check out Creation Crate so one night, just before I could tell there was at least one “I’m bored in my future”, I pulled out a little box and told the kids to get to work.
The kit we received was for a mood light.
I was expecting something fairly simple. I figured my kids would follow the instructions step-by-step and work until they were finished.
I was thrilled when the actual process was a bit more complicated, more like a puzzle.
My kids really had to work at it. It wasn’t so difficult that it was frustrating for them but it definitely made them think.
The kit came with everything they needed for the project. I loved having everything all together. Nothing is more likely to stop a project around my house than having to hunt for supplies.
My kids loved working through their Creation Crate project and they are already asking when they can do it again.
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Want to try Creation Crate for yourself? We have a a 3 month subscription to Creation Crate to giveaway to a lucky reader!
This giveaway is open to the U.S. Winner must be 18+. Please see our site’s Terms and Conditions for a complete list of our contest and giveaway rules.
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Thanks to Creation Crate for providing the prize for this giveaway and a kit for us to review.
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