Art Lab Box: Our Art Lab Discovery Box introduces a wide variety of art lessons into children’s lives. Simple, clear explanations of technique, combined with inspiration from established artists, will enable children to feel successful and encouraged to explore art as a form of hands-on expression.
Color Science Box: Our Color Science Discovery Box contains FIVE award-winning Creativity and STEAM Science Kits! Your pint-sized color scientist will learn about color phenomena with these fun learning kits including: Spin Art Kit, Absorption Science Kit, Color Mixing Kit, Blending Colors Canvas, Homemade Paint Kit and more!
Crafts to Gift: We know how much kids love making gifts for their loved ones, so we thought we would make it easy for you. This box will supply your child with SIX great creative activities they can make and give as keepsake gifts to their favorite people. Includes the following projects: Framed Ornament, Mosaic Coaster, Tie Dye Bag, Artist Canvas, and Homemade Wrapping Paper. With this box, your child will unlock their creative potential and create one-of-a-kind gifts.
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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.