Monday, February 5, 2018

Give the Gift of Creativity this Valentines Day

If you where to ask me what I want for Valentines Day, I could give you several ideas right off the top of my head. An adults only dinner, movie night, a mani/pedi and the list goes on. When it comes to finding Valentines gifts for your younger kids it can be more challenging. Some parents don;t even find it necessary to buy for the kids for valentines Day, and the ones who do want to stick to a simple budget. After all, this isn't Christmas or a birthday. It's a day to show your loved ones that your thinking of them with a somewhat simple, but meaningful gesture.
My boys love arts and crafts. I'm sure you see me post about it all the time. It's something fun we can do together that doesn't break the bank.

Crayola is my go-to brand for anything arts. The products never disappoint. This year I chose a few different fun items and made them a big basket of sorts to open together. One of the bigger things as Crayolas Preschool readiness kit. What's better than fun while learning? This specific kit is designed for kids 36 months and older. It's amazing for helping young kids earn letters, shapes, colors, numbers and more. It has a 40 page booklet filled with fun and colorful activities that will help your child grow creatively. The activities focus on the development of physical, thinking, language, and social skills which are all essential for further learning. The kit also have 20 pages of construction paper, 8 Ultra Clean Washable Broad Line Markers, 8 hexagon colored pencils, 8 Jumbo Crayons, 3 sticker sheets, safety scissors and glue. Both fun and educational for your little ones.

Another cute thing I got, which will be the first time the boys have tried it, is the Color Alive Funny Faces Zanny Zoo. It allows kids to create a funny, silly version of themselves in a safe and creative way. They can color a mask in the 11 page booklet then upload it to a smart device and see themselves wearing their crazy creation. They get to mix and match with over 250 zany animal mask creations. Each virtual mask includes silly and surprising animations. My boys love anything that gets them time on their electronics, so this will for sure be a hit.

To go with these fun products I also got a couple Color Wonder Mess Free Coloring Kits. I love these for long trips. They definitely help to keep the boredom at bay. Along with some Jumbo Palm Grip Crayons and paint rollers. If your looking for some creative ways to show your little valentine that your thinking of them make sure to check out Crayola via the link below.

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