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.
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...
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.