Crafty Things Club

What's in the box: Pets Crafty Things Club

What's in the box: Pets Crafty Things Club

A box crammed full of pet themed crafts and activities specially selected for five to eight year olds. Contents Make your own sock dog kit includes socks, felt, buttons, needle, thread, stuffing, birth certificate and clear instructions. A project to do together. Spending quality time on activities like this together can help you connect with your child. Busy hands can lead to relaxed conversation about their day and help them to open up. Working together can make a child feel listened to and increase their confidenc in making decisions especially if you let them take the lead by asking questions...

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What's in the box?: Whatever the Weather

What's in the box?: Whatever the Weather

Our weather themed box is crammed full of activities to encourage and inspire your five to eight year olds to get creative whatever the weather. As always the emphasis in our boxes is on having fun with craft but there also lots of other benefits to getting creative. Contents:Make Your Own Windmill kit (includes two pinwheels, two die cut paper sheets to colour in and colouring pencils).Start by colouring in the paper sheets, perfect for when your children want something fun to do but don't have much time. This can be done independently, time for you to have a well...

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Tissue Paper Flowers

Tissue Paper Flowers

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What's in the box; Our Spring Crafty Things Club

What's in the box; Our Spring Crafty Things Club

Our spring box is crammed full of goodies to inspire you to get creative (and get growing) and have fun growing and making. Contents:Grow and Paint your own Flower Garden kit (includes paints, paint brush, plant signs, coconut fibre, planter and lid, stickers, glitter, decorative gravel and instructions).This kit is best done in stages. Your children can enjoy painting the plant pot with minimal adult help. This is a great activity to help them learn about colour mixing and developing decision making skills as they choose what colours, shapes and patterns to use. All while you enjoy a cup of...

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Making a pirate map

Making a pirate map

This pirate treasure map is fun to make and can lead to all sorts of creative play, whether you're pretending to be a pirate or planning a treasure hunt, or maybe both. You'll need: Tea bags, hot water and a mug, plain paper, a tray (or something to protect your table from the tea) and pens or pencils. Start by making two cups of tea. Drink the first whilst your children are busy making (you might even get to enjoy it while it's still hot) and leave the second to cool with the tea bag still in it (don't add...

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