Unboxing a Kiwi craft crate with company CEO
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Looking for ways to keep your kids with short-attention spans, more engaged? You might want to try, Kiwi Crate, a subscription service designed for b...
Looking for ways to keep your kids with short-attention spans, more engaged? You might want to try, Kiwi Crate, a subscription service designed for busy parents. Here's how it works. Sign up for a monthly subscription, and get a box full of crafts delivered to your home once a month. Kids then can explore and build their own art projects. SmartPlanet's Sumi Das looks inside one of the crates with the company CEO Sandra Oh Lin.
May 31, 2012
This isn't a new idea actually. Back in the 1960's, my Mom signed up for a membership with some company, and each month we would get a box containing some art/craft project to put together. Of course the projects were different than you'd get nowadays, but I remember being so excited as we opened the box! Fifty-some years later, I still have some of the artwork we made with the kits. lol
All that shows is a black box. no wonder this is the first comment. Will you guys fix your format issues or break sown and post to YouTube or something else usable?
I get the feeling that those who are complaining about a 'black box' problem are in need of a properly configured browser. I use the newest FF and have the usual security plugins but once I tell NoScript to allow the 'magic' which makes the video work there is no problem watching it.