Kids love getting mail. It's one of the reasons subscription boxes are such a hit with children who are used to seeing the grown-ups claim all the letters and packages. They get their very own box of stuff! But what happens when you've got more than one child? Subscribing to a box for one child can end up making a sibling feel left out.
That's why we've pulled together the very best kids subscription boxes for siblings! From boxes that include discounts for adding on an extra child (or more), to boxes that contain projects and activities that kids can do together, get ready to put sibling rivalry to bed... well, at least so long as they've got their box in front of them. (Hey, we're not miracle workers!)
Best Kids Subscription Boxes for Siblings
1. GIRLS CAN! CRATE — Best for Siblings Set to Change the World
About the Box: Raising a set of future world changers? The GIRLS CAN! CRATE sends STEAM activities every month that are designed to empower girls, along with a GIRLS CAN! Activity book with a featured woman's story, games, experiments, and more. You can buy single boxes for siblings to share, but the brand also offers a larger crate option specifically for a pair of siblings!
Suggested Ages: 5-10
The Cost: The crate for siblings starts at $43.95 per month with discounts for longer commitments.
Check out our GIRLS CAN! CRATE details and reviews to learn more!
2. KidStir — Best for Siblings Sharing a Meal
About the Box: KidStir sends you three tasty and kid-friendly recipes every month, plus a cooking tool, achievement stickers and more to encourage kids to get into the kitchen. The brand lets you make it true family experience with an option to add an extra cooking tool for a sibling for just $5 more each month.
Suggested Ages: 4 to 14
The Cost: Boxes start at $23.99 for a monthly subscription with discounts for longer commitments.
ACTIVE DEAL: Get 3 free Halloween cookie cutters with a new subscription
Check out our Kidstir details and reviews to learn more!
3. Pipsticks Sticker Club — Best for Siblings Who Stick Together
About the Box: Stickers provide hours of fun for kids, but what's the good of just one sheet of stickers when you've got two kids or more? The Pipsticks Sticker Club solves that conundrum with deliveries of 7 or 15 sheets of fresh stickers every month (depending on which Kids Club membership you choose). Siblings can swap stickers, decorate their rooms, and more ... together!
Suggested Ages: 3+
The Cost: A Kids Club Petite Pack subscription is $11.95 per month. A Kids Club Classic Pack subscription is $17.95 per month.
ACTIVE DEAL: Get $5 off your subscription!
Check out our Pipsticks details and reviews to learn more!
4. MEL Science — Best for Sibling STEM Discovery
About the Box: Is your basement starting to look a bit like a mad scientist's lair thanks to your kids? A MEL Science subscription focuses all that genius on fun experiments to explore the worlds of chemistry, physics, and more. Siblings can perform an experiment together or take turns as most MEL Science kits include enough reagent for the experiment to be completed at least two times!
Suggested Ages: 5 to 9+ for MEL STEM, 9 to 14+ for MEL Chemistry, and 8-14+ for MEL Physics.
The Cost: $34.90 per month.
Check out our MEL STEM details and reviews to learn more!
5. Say It With a Sock — Best for Siblings' Tootsies
About the Box: It's not your kids' fault. Socks just love to go missing in the dryer! Make up for what goes missing and add in the fun of getting mail with a monthly deliver of Say It With a Sock. The brand lets you add on an extra pair of socks for just $5 extra dollars so each sibling gets something fun for their feet!
Suggested Ages: 3+
The Cost: Subscriptions start at $18 a month with discounts for longer commitments.
Check out our Say It With a Sock details and reviews to learn more!
6. KiwiCo — Best for Siblings Taking Turns
About the Box: An MSA favorite KiwiCo offers a range of subscriptions for kids from the baby years to the teen years that are focused on hands-on learning and discovery Although KiwiCo doesn't offer a sibling specific subscription, with 1-2 larger projects or 2-3 smaller projects in every crate, there's plenty for a pair of siblings to do in every delivery! If your kids like to share, many projects can be done collaboratively. If not, they can take turns.
Suggested Ages: 0-16
The Cost: Starts at $19.95 per month.
ACTIVE DEAL: Get your first month free with a 6 or 12 month subscription with code FUN
Check out our KiwiCo details and reviews to learn more!
7. Little Global Citizens — Best for Sibling Adventures
About the Box: Little Global Citizens sends kids on a far-flung adventure every other month with a subscription box delivery that's themed around a different country each time. The boxes include crafts, recipes, books, and more, and there's an option to add-on extra materials so a sibling can do their own versions of the craft.
Suggested Ages: 4-10
The Cost: $39.95 for a bi-monthly subscription; $49.95 if you want to add on extra materials for a sibling.
8. Mail Order Mystery — Best for Curious Siblings
About the Box: If your kids love to play Hardy Boys, Sherlock Holmes, or just solve the mystery of who got into the garbage (hint: it was the dog), Mail Order Mystery may be the subscription box that puts them on the case! The brand sends kids a series of clues that lead them through a mystery that involves reading, solving cyphers, and more. While the brand encourages siblings sharing and solving the mysteries together, they do advise that there will be objects and keepsakes in each mystery that will have to be shared among the kids.
Suggested Ages: 6-13
The Cost: Mysteries start at $90
Check out our Mail Order Mystery details and review to learn more!
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