Have you heard about Kelly Kits? Their kids activity kits filled with a variety of art and craft materials to encourage your kids to get creative. I haven’t tried them myself yet, but I’m hoping to get a hold of one to show you how they work. I love the idea that there are different kinds of materials focus on different skills and art mediums. There’s more to art than just glue or paint and Kelly Kits covers many of them.
More info about Kelly Kits:
Kelly Kits encourage art play using a wide variety of creative tools & materials beyond what coloring books can offer. The Original Kelly Kit comes complete with one set of five unique activities that cover the five art disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, & collage. Each kit contains all of the tools & materials needed for the activities, the user just needs access to a kitchen! To increase functionality for homeschooling parents, each activity includes an instruction card with an enrichment idea to adapt the art activity to a school lesson. Kelly Kits are designed to encourage creativity & teach!
I think any way we can help encourage our kits (and ourselves) to get creative, we’re on the right track. Don’t be afraid to explore new materials, new ideas and experiment with how supplies work alone and together. It looks to me like Kelly Kits provide this opportunity and I’m excited to check them out! I’d love to hear if you’ve used Kelly Kits and what you think!
Disclaimer: I received product as a thank you for writing this post. Opinions shared are all my own.