Posted by: winterwitch | August 25, 2009

Creativity for Kids & Gobs of Giveaways

BSB Day 4 – Creativity for Kids – Review & Giveaway

I love to sit down with M and help her make crafts and I know that she loves them too! Thanks to Creativity for Kids, we were able to Make Our Own Animal Puppets!

M was so excited to try these out, but a little disappointed when she found out there were only 3 socks and dozens of animals to choose from. Once we finally narrowed it down, M had picked the shark, the zebra and the pig and away we went. I love this as it is virtually NO mess!! The only thing I had to pick up with the backing of the little stickers from each piece and M helped me with this.

Once M was finished with everything, I got to thinking. Once she is bored with these puppets or a fin just happened to be removed by say B or one of the dogs, we can easily remove the pieces already placed and start over! So, really it’s like getting 7 animals to make!

Thanks so much Creativity for Kids for allowing me to have a fun-filled afternoon of making Animal Puppets with M and many more days to come with puppet show theater!

About Creativity for Kids:

In 1976 Phyllis Brody and Evelyn Greenwald, the founders of Creativity for Kids, had a dream that their unique concept of enriching, open-ended creative activities would inspire children all around the world. With hard work, a dedicated mission and respected friendships along the way, their dream became reality.

Today the Creativity for Kids Brand has grown into a global manufacturing and distribution business reaching children in more than 35 countries. Our headquarters in Valley View, Ohio located just 20 minutes South East of Downtown Cleveland, remains true to its original roots. Our family (A.K.A. employees) continues to grow and currently consists of 70 members in the US, each contributing their own unique spirit to the brand.

True to Phyllis and Evelyn’s original dream that launched Creativity for Kids and the mission that guides us, we look forward to the future of enriching the lives of children everywhere with fun and constructive experiences that stimulate and encourage their natural creativity.Cr


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