For kids between 5-15 years old. If you are a parent or a caregiver, CreativKits allow you to engage your kids creatively, month after month and spend quality time with them doing useful and fun things. For some parents, CreativKits keeps their children away from excessive electronics use. The Kits are delivered to your home with all material and instructions needed.
January Kits (age 5+)
Make Creativity your priority in 2018!
Creativity is the most essential skill your child would need in the future, so start now! January kits are full of fun and learning activities every child over 5 would enjoy. DIY Creativity Planner, Assembling Mechanical Clock, DIY String Art & Expose your own Sun Photograph. Choose from three kits most aligned to your child's interest areas.
What new year resolution would you like your kids to make? If you ask us - "Getting more Creative" should be their number one priority! Creating their own Creativity planner could be the right start. Let them plan ahead on skills they will "Learn" and things they will "Do" every month. Learning by Doing is the best way to be Creative. Printed cards for every month is provided along with simple easy to follow instructions. Once made, this calendar could go on a wall or stacked on a desk. So, let's get started with this awesome project.
Clocks have been an intriguing piece of machine for everyone. You would be surprised to know that many people don’t know how a mechanical clock works even today – partly, because nobody uses them anymore. But we are sure to teach your children a thing or two with this Assemble-your-own 31 pieces clock. This educational clock is designed to stimulate your child’s curiosity about the concept of time. The brightly coloured parts are easy to assemble and most children will require little or no parental assistance. Includes a wind-up pendulum based mechanism. No batteries required!
Let your child’s creativity run wild and pull together simple, striking artworks made with strings. We have removed complexity out of this art and made it simple for children to get their hands on. All the material is provided along with a few simple templates for kids to get going. This activity may require some adults’ help due to sharp pins involved but once they are safe and secure, children should make the art itself with little supervision.
The core of Sun Printing technique is same as your camera even today. Obviously, electronics have now made it much simpler but this activity will teach your children all the basics. Developed by educators at the Lawrence Hall of Science, Sunprints encourage an interest in the photographic process using only sun, water, and a bit of imagination. Place a fern, flower, or other object on the special paper and set it in the sun briefly. Then rinse the paper in water and watch as a beautiful long-lasting image appears! Contains 12 4”x4” sheets and 1 acrylic overlay.