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or too simple for the older. I think the kits are appropriate for children from preschool through about Second Grade.
The direction sheets give great additional learning ideas to extend each activity. They are great for households with multiple age groups. You can even add on a “Sibling Pack” so that you have more than one of each craft project in a kit.
My husband kept commenting about how engaged our two older children were with the projects and games. (We had a preschooler who was tough to keep interested in learning activities and these kits were keeping her focused!)
You can keep them and use them over and over again. You know I like to post activities like that here too!
Taseea, the creator of Ivy Kids, is a mom like you and me, so she understands what it is like to want to enrich your child’s learning at home and keep them engaged.
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Concept4u Top gifts for Kids says
Sure book based activity kits for kids is very useful for them because it will teaches step by step process.
The activities really are so educational.
maryanne @ mama smiles says
These kits look fun!
They really were Maryanne! The kids loved them and they lasted for a while. So fun to hear from you here. 🙂 Enjoy the rest of your Summer.
Irene @ FindAuPair says
Great kit. Your children seem to have a great time with it. I hope I win. Great idea!
It really was fun for the kids-and me-to have these kits as go-to activities. They are a great idea!