With lots of families staying at home and parents working from home looking for things for their kids to do, we decided to release a few of them for FREE on our website. We're excited to release this fun coloring book for young kids called World of Animals. With over 40 illustrations of fun animals in the Safari, Woodland, Jungle, Dessert, Farm, Rain Forest and more, this free printable pdf coloring book will keep your kids entertained for hours.
With all this free time lately, we’re willing to bet that coloring books everywhere have shrunk down to their final few and lonesome pages. Luckily, Klutz has everyone’s back! One of our favorite companies around, Klutz has been creating DIY arts & crafts kits for decades, bringing kids around the world an accessible way to test new hobbies, and hopefully find something that sticks.
We know we’re jumping ahead here, but can you blame us? Springtime is upon us, and we’re positively itching to shed those winter layers. Anyway, with ‘social distancing’ at the front of our minds, the idea of roaming around in wide open spaces with little ones in tow sounds, frankly, refreshing.
With an entirely new world climbing out from under the snow, ‘tis the season to inspire a love of and fascination for the earth. So never mind the puddles and the mud, just grab a pair of rain boots, use these ‘3 Outdoor Activities for Spring’ as a guide, and enjoy the change in seasons!
With all of this COVID chaos, it can be hard not to go a little stir crazy. As much as we love our families, sitting around the table and making empty eye contact over grilled cheese and condensed soup for the fourth day in a row can get a little… dull.
Lucky for you, we’ve got loads of ideas to keep your loved ones entertained. As frustrating as it may be to stay cooped up with seemingly nothing to do, we firmly believe that all of this ‘together-time’ may actually be a blessing in disguise! After all, nothing screams “Family Bonding” like cancelled classes and shuttered office doors.
With this in mind, please enjoy these 3 ways to avoid family “cabin fever.”