If you are a parent, grandparent, babysitter, or have a special little one in your life, you know how difficult it can be to keep kids entertained. Try something new with kids that is both hands-on and inspires their creativity this summer. Kids love to use their imaginations to create something that they can be proud of. Break free from the same-old routine activities and check out some of CutRateCrafts great kid’s crafting kits.
The Milestones Kids Step Stone Kit is an adorable kit for kids to create a treasured childhood keepsake. Create memories with your child while making a charming step stone, and enjoy the memories for years to come every time you see the piece in your garden. The step stone is made in three easy steps– mix, pour, and decorate. Kids can mold their hand prints, or write special phrases on the stone, and decorate with colored glass gems to make a project that is truly their own. Kit available for just $11.04.
Let your child’s imagination run wild with the AMAV Clay Creatures Kit. From people to animals to aliens and more, kids will have a blast using their hands to mold clay into whatever their bright minds can imagine. The kit includes all the necessary supplies including 12 different colors of clay, plastic accessories, a colorful working mat, a permanent marker, and illustrated instructions. With a sturdy plastic case and handle, this kit is great to send along with your on-the-go kid to keep them busy. Kit available for just $9.34.
Remember the days when most of our socks were used for something other than to cover our feet? These fuzzy socks in the Faber-Castell Make Your Own Sock Puppets Kit are made for all those things. As simple as peel, press, and play, this kit contains three fuzzy socks, peel and stick felt shapes, self-adhesive fur, fluffy pom poms, googly eyes, and a blunt-end plastic needle. From making these whimsical puppets to putting on their very own puppet show, this kit is one that will keep them laughing and playing for a long time. Kit available for just $15.29.
Did you have a favorite craft you made as a child?