Craft kits are creative toys, customized to different curiosities. Perfect for indoor playdates, these kits keep the children engaged and provide positive stimulation. For example, some kits are specifically designed to boost cognitive skills, and some enhance problem-solving skills. Craft kits are also tailored to the developmental goals of different age groups. To know what’s ideal for your gradeschoolers, we have lined up some of the best craft kits available.
The kit has rocks that act as a canvas for your little ones and waterproof paint. The idea is to paint the rocks and then hide them in the room or lawn. The children get to play a fun game of hide-and-seek, where the seeker with most rocks found is the winner. The painted rocks can also act as personalized takeaway pieces for friends and family. The set contains non-toxic supplies and is suited for children aged 6 and above.
The Klutz lego set comes with 33 pieces that can be designed and built into 10 different moving machines. In each machine, a small action triggers a chain of events, one bigger than the previous. The kit has a comprehensive manual for building the different structures, and once the children learn the building hacks, they can play freely and make their own structures. Fundamental ideas of science like gravity and conversion of energy can be learned through fun models. It is recommended for children above 8 years of age. You can see the whole working mechanism here.
This kit lets your little ones create personalized magnets with little tiles, magnets and paint colors. Use the paint to create beautiful art on the tiles and the stick magnets to the tiles! The magnet tiles can be put on the fridge or on the locker door. These personalised pieces can also be great gift items for friends and family. This kit is suited for children of ages 8 and above.
Making vibrant suncatchers and window clings was never easier! This craft kit comes with acetate sheets, colors, even a trace booklet to help you create eye-catching window art. Once your children learn how to mix colors and use the sheets, they can be more imaginative and experiment with their own designs. Even parents can chip in with decorating the house with colorful window hangings. The kit is ideal for children aged 6 and above
This garden-in-a-jar concept can put a smile on any child’s face. It lets them play gardeners without the risk of handling gardening tools. All the difficult parts are already taken care of: collecting material, getting a jar and punching holes on the top of the lid. The kids can get directly into the fun part, which is putting everything together and watch something grow from scratch every day. The kit is recommended for ages 6 and above.