I’m back with another Timberdoodle Review today. This week, we’ve been trying out a fun new art kit called Animals and Their Homes.
It contains all the supplies you’ll need for six different kinds of crafts and at least 14 finished projects, including mosaics, 3-D paper crafting, sticker art, coloring pages, cut-and-fold designs, and more.
There is truly something for a broad range of interests and skill levels. Which made this kit the perfect choice for keeping my kids and grandkids (ages 3 to 14) happily occupied for a good long while.
They love doing crafts of all kinds. That’s how they spend much of their free time, especially over the summer. So this kit was right up their alley.
The younger ones enjoyed the coloring and sticker projects, which they finished in short order.
The older ones took their time with some of the more detailed crafts. All were proud of how well their projects turned out. And I was, too.
There were way too many crafts to finish them all in a single sitting — even with as many children as we had working on them. But that’s a good thing, right?
The Creative Arts Competition at the East Texas State Fair is right around the corner, and the wide variety of crafts included in the Animals and Their Homes Art Kit they’ve been working on are sure to win our family several ribbons this year!
If the kids at your house enjoy crafting as much as the kids at mine, I’d encourage you to give Animals and Their Homes a try. You can purchase it through Timberdoodle as an individual product or as part of their 2022 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit.
While you’re on the Timberdoodle website, I’d encourage you to look around. We love everything we’ve ever ordered from this small family-owned company!
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This looks like such a neat art kit. My children love having a variety of materials to use when they create their artwork. Thank you for sharing your review.
Jennifer Flanders says
Mine do, too, Kristen. That’s one reason this kit was such a hit with them. I ended up buying a second one just like it (mainly because I could tell my daughter would’ve really enjoyed furnishing the townhouse my granddaughter picked to craft, and there was only one copy of that activity per box.