Jun 4, 2008

Just for Kids!

Are your kids out of school and looking for something fun to do? There are tons of amazing kids scrapbooking and craft activities you can sign up for at local craft stores. I checked out three stores in the Utah area to see what they offered to help keep your kids busy this summer. Look what I found:

Pebbles in My Pocket

Beginning June 2nd Pebbles offers fun kids classes with a new activity each week.
Who: All kids & their parents (parental supervision is required)
What: New kid friendly craft projects that change each week
When: Monday thru Saturday 10- 11 am & Monday nights from 5 pm until close
Where: At all Utah Pebbles Locations
Cost: Small fee varies with each project

Roberts Crafts

The Kids Clubhouse at Roberts offers a fun class each week. Children under five need to be accompanied by a parent. The cost of classes is between $5.00-$6.50 each.

June 9-14 – Treasure Boxes
June 16-21 – Wooden Picture Frames
June 23-28 – Canvas Bags
June 30-July 5 – Aprons
July 7-12 – Flip Flops or Visors
July 14-19 – T-shirts
July 21-26 – Clay Animals
July 28-August 2 – Jewelry
August 4-9 – Chipboard Storybook
August 11-16 – Paint Cans
August 18-23 – Flip Flop Scrapbook
August 25-30 – Room Magnets

Michaels

As a member of Michaels online club, The Knack, you'll be inspired by fun online projects, a monthly e-newsletter, exciting in-store events and much more. Membership is free! Get project ideas in the following subjects:

Developmental
Gifting
Holiday
Language Arts
Math
Rewards
Science
Seasons
Social Studies
Visual Arts


For those of you not in the Utah area, check with your local craft stores. Most of them probably have summer activities you and your children can participate in. It's surprising all the fun, non-traditional things you can make with scrapbooking products. You’ll find there’s no limit to what your kids can create. Have fun!

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2 comments:

Karlene said...

Those are great ideas. When my kids were little, we'd have arts & crafts days and they'd invite their friends over to make projects.

Another good place to get inexpensive kids crafts is www.orientaltrading.com. They have lots of kits and supplies.

Kim Thompson said...

That's a great idea Karlene, I hadn't thought of that, but I have bought some of their craft stuff before. I'll have to check it out again.

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