KidArtLit Review: A Digital Book + Art Subscription for Kids
If you’re looking to add a little more bookish art into your life and the lives of your children, look no further than KidArtLit’s monthly subscription. To get a sneak peek of their digital subscription option, please continue reading below.
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Digital Membership for Kids: KidArtLit
If you’ve been looking for a creative way to connect with your children, we’re certain you will love this wonderful subscription for kids from KidArtLit.
Each month you’ll receive creative and bookish inspiration delivered straight to your email inbox.
Every digital edition includes:
- a themed picture book list that you can print for your local librarian or click to view on our Amazon Storefront,
- literature-inspired art guides with straightforward supply lists and illustrated instructions,
- a family-friendly music playlist to enjoy for free on Spotify,
- two or more printable activities that give you the super quick and easy win you need
- author letters,
- expert guidance,
…and even more tools to help you connect with kids through reading and creating.
KidArtLit books and projects are perfect for kids 3-8 years old.
The kit we received was their “How to Meet a Hedgehog” themed kit.
They suggested a handful of books that all looked wonderful. I opted not to purchase any new books (as tempted as I was!) as I already had one of the recommended books on hand so we re-read it while listening to their curated music list and worked on the art projects outlined in the kit.
There was also lots of dancing and spinning around. With four little music-book-art loving girls, there was lots of fun to be had! 🙂
I will say that I am super picky when it comes to books. Probably quite a bit picker than most. I don’t typically subscribe to book subscription boxes for kids because in the past, they just didn’t meet my expectations. I did sign up for a six-month subscription to KidArtLit last year and fortunately, I was impressed with all the books we received. In fact, many of them have became some of our most treasured books.
The digital files from KidArtLit included a printable file to make your own rainbow hand kits. What an easy and affordable to make your own hand kits! You could also purchase wooden rings and make your hand kites with those, if you’d like.
Isn’t this book just gorgeous?
With the digital subscription, you can easily check all the recommended books out from the library before committing to keeping them in your home. I will say that Wild World has been such a terrific addition to our home library!
We also pressed flowers and worked on a fun weaving project. Perfect for spring! Instructions were included to make your own flower press but we recently purchased one so we ended up just using that one.
We may end up making our own in the near future though, as it would be fun to add our own drawings or paintings to the top cover.
I especially appreciated the “tips and tricks” section as well as the “extend the activity” section.
The digital option is perfect for those who are a bit more selective or minimal in their purchases, or for those that already have a wide-selection of craft supplies in their home, or even those that would rather check out a book from the library before purchasing. It’s also a great option for those looking for a more affordable subscription.
If you’re looking for a super convenient option, and would rather receive the actual supplies and book delivered directly to your home each month, they do also offer a couple different subscription box options to choose from. You can see them here.
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Also, be sure to head on over to their site for more information on how you can sign up and join the fun! Check it out here.
Did we mention that KidArtLit recently won the Parent’s Choice Gold Award in subscription boxes? How wonderful!
Looking for more simple + fun activities? Be sure to check out our other creative ideas:
- Our honest KidArtLit review
- Lego Duplo color sorting activity with washi tape
- Watercolor + fabric art
- DIY pinch pots
- Paper plate watermelon craft
- Color sorting activity with gonge riverstones
What else would you like to see from The Art Kit? Let us know in the comment section below.
We love seeing how we’ve inspired you! Tag us on social media (@theartkit) so we can follow along with the fun. 🙂
We were given this digital membership but as always, this review is 100% our own opinion.