Creating your own DIY Play Kits for your preschoolers is easy, inexpensive and will solve lots of problems for you and your kiddos. Have your kids ever said, “I’m bored,” when they’re standing in the shadow of a mountain of toys? It’s understandable. Not only is it impossible to choose for themselves, but they’ve seen these toys over and over and they are no longer interesting.
If you pick up some of these Sterilite containers and create your own Play Kits you can help keep things organized (and interesting) in the play room!
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Little Designer Play Kit
Folded shower curtain liner
This especially is a play kit for parents & kids to share. You can teach your child how to:
Roll out “snakes,” and make them into a bowl, or form a ball and plant their elbows inside to make an “elbow bowl.” Make jewelry pendants by pushing a straw through the top of something they’ve made.
Follow the directions to let them dry & put them in the Little Artist Kit.
Little Imagineer Play Kit
Kids all have their little creatures & dolls & cars they love to play with. You can make it super easy for them to enjoy each one without distraction.
Separate their “imagination” toys into different play kit boxes. One could be filled with dinosaurs, another with Barbies, another with Hot Wheels or a tea set.