For little scientists: Climate Change Box
With our Climate Change box, kids will get a hands-on, entertaining education on climate change. This innovative kit features projects designed specifically to introduce the concept of climate change and will give your child a fun, valuable education on greenhouse gases, fossil fuels, weather patterns, and the ethical considerations of making choices to protect the habitats we live in and the resources we need to survive. Our Climate Change Box includes the following activities and projects: A greenhouse gas experiment kit, an ocean acidification and pH experiment kit, a tree disk amulet craft that teaches kids through art that trees are one of our biggest natural allies in the fight against climate change, a solar lights engineering kit, and a melting glacier and sea ice experiment kit. Comes with a 12-page S.T.E.A.M. magazine full of comics, games, puzzles, and more learning opportunities. This hands-on box celebrates thinking, questioning and original creation with fun and creative projects that will have everyone tinkering and playing long afterwards. For ages 5+
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Educational, Fun, and STEAM-Focused
Each box is carefully designed by experts for educational quality and tested by kids to make sure they’re fun. This box fits easily and supplements your at-home STEAM* curriculum, and we’re proud to have supported thousands of homeschoolers and educational institutions over the years.
What’s Special About Green Kid Crafts?
Found by a Mom With a Mission
Penny Bauder wanted to spend time on creative and meaningful activities with her kids – but so many crafts seemed so wasteful and time-consuming to organize.
Boxed & Kitted With Love in San Diego, California
Each Green Kid Crafts box contains 4-6 activities and are carefully kitted by hand by our warehouse team in Sunny San Diego
Sustainable by Design
Green Kid Crafts is a green and sustainable business, drawing from Penny’s experiences as an environmental scientist, pictured here researching in the Tongass National Forest in Alaska.