DIY Kits For Kids:
It is a daunting task to keep the kids occupied on a holiday or vacations. And with summers fast approaching, holidays can’t be far. With holidays comes the challenging task of teaching kids some constructive activity. Unlike the olden days when the kids would all get together and play. With our hectic schedules it becomes difficult to leave the kids alone to play. This is where a DIY kit for kids comes in handy. Getting these kits ensures that the children spend their time doing a worthwhile activity and learning in the process.
The markets are flooded with DIY kits for kids and there are some that deserve special mention. Here is a list of DIY kits for kids:
- Lip gloss kit: This kit allows your kid to whip up their own custom colors and flavors of lip gloss.
- Light up terrarium kit: This is available online as well as in the market and is a wonderful way to teach the kids how to build greens around them.
- Baking kit: A basic baking kit with an apron and tools for smaller hands is a must for young chefs. Either a kit you build or a boxed kit can be pared with basic cupcake ingredients for an impressive gift.
- Gummies kit: You can let your kids make their gummies and eat em too. Using any flavor with juice or sugar, gelatin or seaweed in any shape you want.
- Make your own chocolate kit: This is a fun way to learn about food and chemistry where the kit gives you the ingredients you need plus a mini lesson on the history of chocolate.
- Spy case: Let the kids learn how to solve mysteries in the house with their very own spy kit.
- Galaxy slime kit: Slime is so popular with kids of all ages that you have to give in to their liking for it. A basic slime kit is easy to put together with some glue, liquid starch, glitter and liquid watercolors.
- Bath bomb kit: This is pure fun and cheap to make too. Most recipes call for a combo of baking soda, citric acid, essential oil and coloring. Soap Queen gives tons of creative ideas and “flavor” combos, plus gives you a shopping list of everything you need that you can buy or shop elsewhere.
Not only these, there are tons of DIY kits for kids that even we as parents would want to lay our hands on.