Bitsbox is a really cool box subscription that I recently found for my seven year old. She is super into STEM, coding, science, technology, she loves it all. I personally don’t understand coding, I am learning through helping her with her projects but I have read a ton of articles about the importance of teaching kids coding so I think it is an important skill for her to learn. So each month they get a new box full of new projects. The boxes follow a theme and include coding activities that go with the theme of the box. They also include some fun hands on items as well like a fun art project, stickers, etc. So it’s not all online. The best part though is that every month they get new projects to work on so they don’t get bored. Check out our unboxing video to see a typical box.
What I love about bitsbox is that they include some hands on items, like the origami set in this box, my daughter loves arts and crafts so it was perfect for her. The coding projects are easy enough for her to do, she loves playing with them, and since they send new boxes every month she stays interested and engaged. It’s a great subscription.
Bitsbox makes a great holiday gift if you have a kiddo that is into coding and STEM related projects. I love gifting box subscriptions because they get something new for multiple months rather then one gift on Christmas, they are great if you live far away and won’t be able to see them, and my kiddo loves getting mail and can’t wait to get them every month. They are easy and great to gift.
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