4 Ways to Cultivate Your Child's Creativity

We're so excited to announce the launch of our newest collection - meet our Craft-tastic Creative Challenge Boxes! Designed for children ages 6+ our open-ended Creative Challenge Kits will help cultivate your child's creativity and imagination. 

These 4 themed boxes of FUN encourage kids to approach craft projects in a totally new way. They can help improve STEM/STEAM skill sets by keeping kids so engaged they don't even know they're learning!

By taking advantage of a kid's natural interest in building toys, this kit allows them to use their imagination and inspires them to think for themselves. Each kit includes 7 challenges that will get them thinking outside of the box - no pun intended 😉

Oh, and in case you didn't know, STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math - skills that kids must readily adopt in order to stay relevant in today's tech-centic world. 

1. Inventor's Box: This kit is ideal for every young inventor who wants to push the boundaries to see what they can create with a variety of materials. By taking advantage of a child's natural curiosity in inventing things, we inspire them to use their imagination, think for themselves, and solve problems creatively. Inventors, start your creations!

2. Artist's Box: How do you challenge children to listen to their inner artist? Without specific instructions, kids are free to explore their artistic side and experiment with a variety of colorful materials. What kind of masterpiece will your child create? The possibilities are endless.

3. Tinker Box:  Lots of great thinkers started out as great tinkerers! Engineers, scientists, architects, and mathematicians - they all had a curiosity about how things worked. This kit challenges kids to tinker and come up with something unique, encouraging them to push the boundaries. Will your child tinker together some greatness? 

4. Idea Box: You never know where the next big idea will come from! This idea box puts an array of materials and creative prompts in kids' hands and asks them to make something totally unpredictable, out-of-the-box and maybe something no one has ever seen before. Kick start their ideas with this fun box.


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