Craft kits are often the
go-to activity on those blustery rainy days - but that doesn’t mean that when
the sun is shining you can’t get crafty!
love getting messy – take advantage of sunny days and let them get a little
messy outdoors.Set up a table in
the backyard and choose anything from exploding science to glitter-filled kits!
My First Finger Paint & Frames™ and let them get their hands dirty –
it’s messy, finger painting is therapeutic, teaches children how to mix colors,
strengthens hand and finger muscles, and contributes to fine motor skill
development.Throw a tarp over the
picnic table, get them in an old t-shirt and let the fun begin!
play and craft kits don’t often go hand in hand.From making your own bouncy ball to homemade bubble wands, there
are several new kits on the market right now that actually encourage outdoor
Your Own Glitter Chalk™ has children designing their very own sparkling
sidewalk chalk.Mix plaster,
color, and paint into molds.Once
dry, it’s time to get outside and make beautiful pictures.
for Glitter Chalk™ and other crafts kits that combine creativity and active
lifestyle at your local toy store.
have a craft kit on hand?No
problem!There are a ton of crafts
that children can do using materials found outdoors.Collect leaves and flowers and press them in a book between
wax paper.Build a statue out of
rocks and branches, make a wreath or table centerpiece with bits of nature, or
make a bird feeder out of a pinecone.
a little guidance, they’ll have a blast exploring the world around them and
using their imaginations to create unique crafts in no time!