**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are ours and ours alone**
MyEduCrate is a subscription box service created by certified teachers with exciting, surprising educational themes that will inspire, engage and entertain the growing minds of children ages 8 -12 years old.
Each month your kiddos will receive a box that allows them to build academic skills in various subject and helps spark their curiosity with new ideas and interactive hands on activities. Each kit has all of the materials you need to design something original or in a unique way and other fun activities to occupy your time and optimize your mind.
Each month a new educational theme, a great read, and hands on activities will be included in the box. Each crate offers new challenges for your child to complete and then enter in a contest for a chance to win the ultimate prize box.
The kit we reviewed was "The Path to EnLIGHTenment" and couldn't have been more timely since we are learning about electricity in Science and Thomas Edison in History.
The Parent Card included in the kit explains the theme, lists the activities and items in the box and gives the challenge for the month's box.
The book was "Who Was Thomas Alva Edison?" and we love this series of books! We also received a fun Human-Powered Light Bulb, a brain-teaser puzzle and a brain shaped eraser.
The kiddos favorite part was creating and testing their very own circuit board.
They worked together to create a working circuit board that quizzed one another and learned a lot about electricity along the way.
The instructions that came with the circuit board project were easy to read and the kiddos really had blast setting it up and testing it out.
MyEduCrate is a fantastic resource to encourage STEM learning in budding scientists!
Subscriptions start on a month-to-month basis starting at $39.95, or you can pre-pay upfront with discounts for 3, 6 or 12 months and shipping to the US is a FREE!
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