Home Made Gift Kits For Kids

image

Sensory Play Kit
Even as an adult I love sensory play activities! Imagine delving your hands into a whole tub of water beads, styrofoam balls, coloured rice, scented cloud dough and of course some good old regular play dough.
image

Lego Travel Kit
This is the perfect kit all ready to take travelling, to a cafe or just for at home on a rainy day.
image

Lego & Activity Cards Kit
Another ideal kit to take along with you to a cafe or restaurant. Plus it’s great for developing fine motor and visual discrimination skills.
image

Doctor Kit
I can’t wait to make this for my girls. They currently use whatever they can lay their hands on to substitute as a stethoscope, torch, injection, tweezers and so on.
image

Portable Drawing Kit
As a four year old I could draw for hours on end. This would have been a dream gift!
image

Tic Tac Toe or Noughts & Crosses
Here’s a fun and easy to take anywhere portable little game.
image

Animal Habitat Mini Tubs Kit
So many children would love these habitat tubs and the play opportunities are endless.
image

Puppet Making Kit
Puppets – great fun and perfect for wild and endless imaginations.
image

Gardening Kit
I think every child would love to have their very own gardening kit and little patch of garden to create and take care of. Even as one year olds our girls loved digging in the dirt.
image

Fairy House Kit
Our girls have been given something similar to this – they adore it. I can tell it will provide many, many days of fun and magical imaginings.
image

Play Dough Construction Kit
Play dough all on its own is already perfect, but paired with some stones, pebbles and construction vehicles!..it’s a recipe for adventure and excitement for busy little hands.
image

Budding Scientist Kit
Experiments with sound and colour, things that fizz and pop! Just about every child would love the chance to turn into a little scientist. It’s time to mix some potions and perform a few exciting experiments.
image

Stationary Kit
Another kit I would have loved as a kid. Actually, I still love stationary! This is perfect for designing pretty notes and craft projects.
image

Disguise Kit
What’s not to love about dressing up?! Add to it an element of going incognito and there’s no end to where young imaginations can go.
image

Finger Puppet Kit
Fun, creative and ideal for developing fine motor skills. You can go with a theme and include a song and story or leave it open ended.
image

Rainbow Play Dough Kit
Play dough – ideal for building strength in little hands. There’s nothing quite like home made play dough that’s been coloured and scented.
image

Big Sister or Brother Bag
Such a beautiful gift to give older siblings when a little brother or sister is born. I definitely want to make these for our girls for the upcoming arrival of little “Flower” as Fudge calls him or her.
image

image

Leave a Comment