Mom Knows Best : Keep Kid's Brain Engaged With Creation Crate

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Keep Kid's Brain Engaged With Creation Crate

My boys are at it again with another toy video review.


  My boys are back in school. This past summer break was filled with camping trips, swimming, and lots of other fun activities. For my boy's summer was also filled with plenty of learning. I like to keep my boy's brain engaged over the summer and for my boys, that means reading, writing, and a cool technology subscription box that teaches kids electronics through hands on learning.



Creation Crate is a monthly subscription box that teaches children about real-world electronics. This box isn’t just for kids – it’s suitable for anyone age 12+ who wants to learn or enhance their electronics and coding skills! The subscription costs $29.99 per month, and you’ll get to learn how to build simple electronics project without any experience required. It’s fun and definitely educational!


My boys not only had fun with this box but there was some serious learning going on. This box is meant for kids 12+ but my boys had no problem figuring things with the included instructions and some help from their older brother who was excited to help as he is totally into coding. I loved that the box challenged and engaged their brains. This box kept them busy for several hours. Watch the below video as my boys introduce the Creation Crate box.



The Creation Crate curriculum focuses on introducing new concepts every month that builds on the concepts learned from the months before. The projects are designed to increase in difficulty each month in order to be fluent in the language of technology by the end of the 24-month curriculum. Projects range from building a mood lamp to a memory game focused on programming, to learning how to input a distance reading from an ultrasonic sensor.



Creation Crate subscriptions start at $30 a month and are available 3, 6 or 12-month packages.
Discover more about these brain engaging kits at https://creationcrate.com/

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