We have created a 2-box Environmental Activist Pack that will inspire your young environmental activist and give them the tools to take care of the planet. This pack includes our Save Our Oceans and Rainforest Science Discovery Boxes.
The Save Our Oceans Discovery Box gives young marine biologists the opportunity to learn about ocean science and how pollution impacts the oceans and the marine biology of our precious seas. Includes the following projects: Ocean Zones Kit, Ocean Water Pressure and Boyle’s Law Experiments, Make your own Bioplastic, and Biodegradable Packing Peanuts Experiments. In our Arctic Science Discovery Box, kids will explore the amazing Arctic with educational activities including an Ice Fishing Game that will keep them active and busy for hours, Beaded Snowflake Keepsakes, Giant Color Diffusing Snowflakes, Northern Lights Postcards they’ll be able to send to loved ones, Inuit Arctic Animal Masks that will teach little ones about Arctic species and Native communities in the far north and much more! With this box, your child will unlock their creative potential and create original Arctic activities while also learning about how to protect this special place.
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.