Today is the day, the day that we got our first Koala Crate box. It couldn’t have been curated better, and I am so so happy with it. The iconic box is yellow, instead of the traditional green and comes in the name of the child (which Violet was delighted about, as she’s just started to recognize her name).
Koala crate is a subscription box for toddlers that is filled with activities, delivered every month, and we’ve got a sneak peek for you below
The included booklet is filled with games and toddler appropriate coloring activities, it’s going to be perfect to work on together to learn those last few colors that she doesn’t know. I love these books to find inspiration for other themed crafts, as well – or to get few more ways we can use the materials to teach colors.
Crayons and paints, with a toddler friendly paintbrush are included in the set. I’ve always been happy with the supplies that are included in the crate, and the scissors and punches we’ve had from previous crates are something that we use frequently while we are crafting.
The coloring pad that features thick paper, perfect for the included paints and crayons and are also the perfect size for the layering colored translucent sheets to be placed over. There are so many ways that we are going to play with these, and how fun would they be created into a mobile when you’re finished playing? Think of all the fun colors that you can project on the wall if you’re playing around the window with the light.
Finally, the project that I’m most excited about – is creating a bunting banner with Violet, featuring the different paint colors that we can display in her room when it’s finished. I think that we’re going to dye the natural color string to make it a fun bright color and I’m excited for how this is going to turn out. You could even use tape and tape off of the letters of your kid’s name before they paint to make a fun, easy banner. Finishing off the Koala crate is a fantastic colored soft dice that’s going to make for some fun made-up color games at-home.