Summer is the perfect time to get creative with your kids! You can follow a morning at the park or pool with a quiet afternoon of crafting. A quiet, creative afternoon with your kids a wonderful parent-child bonding opportunity, as well as a chance for children to develop new skills and discover new interests, all while practicing self-expression! This summer there are three great new books that are all about creativity for kids! I’ve read through all three and am reviewing them here today in hopes that they can inspire to you make time for some creative summer fun for kids!
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Books that Promote Creative Summer Fun for Kids
Are you planning any creative family fun for this summer?
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I adore play dough, so of course I loved this play dough house for a hermit crab activity from 3 Dinosaurs ! I also thought that this geoboard constellations activity from School Time Snippets was very clever, and I plan to bring this Triangle to Squares Take-a-Long Game from Deceptively Educational on our upcoming trip.
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