Scrunch up something special with tissue paper scraps! Plus it’s perfect preschool hand-eye coordination and small motor skill practice! Ages 3 years & up.
Your preschooler can revel in their own finery and maximize their design thinking with straws, yarn and colorful tissue paper. Ages 3 years & up.
Your child’s perspective can transform simple circles into unlimited possibilities. Designing unique patterns with one shape focuses a preschooler’s hand-eye coordination skills and creativity too. Ages 3 years and older.
Take your party from flat to 3D in seconds! Creating these deliriously easy, bouncy sculptures practices math and small motor skills too. Ages 4 years & up.
Turn that grocery bag upside down and get funky in vest-town! This dashing, recycled costume brings your preschooler’s design skills and pretend play to life. Ages 4 years and older.
Catch your kid’s creative movement with fingers and toes. These oversize prints give large motor skills and hand-eye coordination oomph! Ages 2 years & older.
Popping bubbles delight while composing delicate prints. Create with science and color while magnifying your child’s visual acuity and audio perception. Ages 3 years & older.