KidArtLit Review June 2021

KidArtLit is the art-kit-meets-storytime subscription box! These Parents’ Choice GOLD Award®-winning boxes include gorgeous hardback books, open-ended art kits for two, special author notes & illustrated instructions to inspire a lifelong love of reading & creating in kids 3-8 years old. We were kindly gifted this box for review.

Subscription Details

Each KidArtLit box arrives in a delightful custom package and includes a new hardback picture book and process-based art projects with all the supplies for two kids. You can choose between two delivery sizes to fit your family’s needs: Spark boxes come with 1 art kit, and Deluxe boxes come with 2 art kits.

You’ll also get illustrated guides that walk you through each project, notes from the book’s author, and more.


This month of the KidArtLit box was so fun for all of us to enjoy.

Beautifully packaged with yellow tissue paper in a pretty box, it’s a fun box to open! Included is a hardcover book, 2 art kits related to the box, a card describing the box contents and a letter about the book from the author.

Bubbles Up Hardcover Book

Bubbles Up by Jacqueline Davies and Sonia Sanchez is a whimsical and colourful book about swimming! It is a beautifully illustrated book and teaches about swimming with friends, ocean creatures, underwater bubbles, tricks in the water and fun with siblings. This sweet story will be a favourite summer read for sure!

Art Spark Kit-Floating Chalk Prints on Postcard

The Art Spark Kit was very enjoyable for our three year old to do with me. He loved shaving the chalk and watching the pretty designs floating in the water. We only used a bit of the chalk so there is lots leftover for driveway fun in the coming weeks! The postcards are very pretty with watercolour designs and will be fun to mail out.

Deluxe Process Art Kit-Coral Reef Bandanas

With everything included for a fun and colourful art project, Sullivan loved this one! Who doesn’t love creating tie-dye projects! This kit includes tissue paper circles and a water spray bottle as well as the fabric to dye. We were able to make two rainbow pieces and Sullivan thinks they’re awesome.

Overall, KidArtLit was very fun and colourful. It felt summery and offered opportunity for dexterity practice as well as we chatted about water safety when swimming. Sullivan loved this box and so did I! This box was very suitable for him at his age of 3.5 with some assistance from me.

Julie –

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