If you’re thinking of getting a travel-themed subscription box for your kids, Atlas Crate is definitely one of the best. I’ve shared several posts about what’s in the box, and today I share an Atlas Crate Review for the France Box. This is a little different from my other reviews, so scroll down to find out what I thought about the box.
Obviously, Atlas Crate did it again. It’s another great box with unique crafting activities for the kids. I love that this one uses two very uniquely, yet accessible aspects of France to introduce kids to the country.
Kids love bicycles, but this cycling craft isn’t as straight forward as jumping on a bike. It’s a fun, cool craft that just needs some patience to set up.
The stain glass activity is always a hit for the kids. Having kids stain the glass in the shape of the famous french cathedrals gives it that extra je ne sais quoi.
Check out my unboxing video below:
Comparing Atlas Crate and Little Passports
What makes this France box different from my other Atlas Crate reviews is that I have a France Little Passports Box to compare it to on this site. Both boxes are awesome for kids. However, seeing how they each approach the same country can give you more insight into what you want for your kids.
The biggest difference is that Atlas Crate provides related crafts. Perfect for kids who want to get hands-on. Little Passports feels like a friend visited France and sent back a package with information and a gift.
The Atlas Crate France box highlights the country’s churches and cycling competition with their activities. These crafts alone will keep kids busy for a while and provides them with something to show that THEY did afterward.
The Little Passports France box includes a souvenir camera with pre-loaded images of popular French sites. The camera is fun, encourages wanderlust, and is easily shared in families with multiple children. Read my France Little Passports review to see how it would work with your family.