Cloth-Clad Treasure Boxes

Upcycle your plastic clamshell containers to hold untold riches! Renewing & gluing with leftover fabric scraps helps your preschooler discover their math and recycling skills, too! Ages 2 years & up.

Lost Mitten Puppets

Don’t throw away a single mitten– rescue it! These easy-to-make, recycled puppets will inspire the youngest puppeteer’s small-motor skills and divergent thinking. Ages 2 years & up.

One of a Kind T-shirt

It’s super cool to sport a shirt that shows off your preschooler’s own personal style. Designing this unique, wearable art fashions your child’s design and small motor skills too! Ages 3 years & up.

Envelope Puppets

Everyday envelopes can power preschool imagination! Pretend play and creative thinking are just minutes away with these absurdly simple puppets. Ages 2 years & up.

Two-faced Puppets

Get two for your little one’s imagination! Rescued milk cartons turn into fantastic friends with the power of your preschooler’s divergent thinking. Ages 3 years and up.

Mad Hatters

Take paper plates through the looking glass to find silly and fantastic hats of all kinds. Your preschooler will discover adventurous uses for everyday items while honing their small motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Ages 3 years and older.

Juice Box Puppets

Bring your empty juice boxes back to life as quirky, puppet friends. This pretend play strengthens your child’s small motor skills plus their ability to see simple items in creative ways. Ages 3 years & up.

Paper Lillypads

Floaty, funky flowers are waiting to spring from your kitchen cupboards. Dreaming up upcycled blossoms is perfect practice for small motor skills and creativity. Ages 2 years and older.

Sock-a-toy

Give your lonely, old socks another life as simple, stuffed toys. Have a blast sharpening hand-eye coordination and recycling the ordinary for dramatic play. Ages 3 years & up.

Tubie Creatures

Your child’s imagination makes recycled paper rolls into inspired creatures. Creating human or animal forms combines divergent thinking and small motor skills. Ages 3 years & older