I love crafting with my kids, but when it’s art time, their patience runs thin. They want to dive right in and get their hands dirty as soon as possible, so it’s essential I have a project on hand, ready to go. I try my best to prep the pipe cleaners the night before, but often I’m too exhausted.
Then I found My Letter Art.
Or rather it found me. Brought to life by a fellow busy mom-on-the-go, My Letter Art provides hands-on, ready-to-go letter craft kits, and ready-made letter art for decorating kid’s rooms or classrooms. The best part? These art projects require zero preparation! As a busy mom with two young kids, that’s a big deal. So when the opportunity to try My Letter Art came about, not only were my kids jumping for joy, so was I!
I handed my three-year-old a glue stick and she dove right in, creating her letter L. It was simple enough for her to do all by herself, and it was also a great teaching tool for my two-year-old son, who is just learning the alphabet.
Not only are these unique craft products a great way to practise letter recognition and phonics, they sparked some ingenious, impromptu letter games. After we created our letters, we spent some time coming up with some additional items that started with the letter L.
In celebration of all the kids going back to school right now, I thought I would share these great teaching tools with you by giving away a My Letter Art prize pack to one lucky winner.
Enter for a chance to win
We love My Letter Art so much, we’re giving away five letter projects to one lucky winner. All you have to do to enter is one or all (for additional entries) of the following:
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- Comment on this post and tell us your favourite family crafting project.
Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only and ends on September 19, 2017 10 p.m. PST.
Visit the My Letter Art store to learn more about their products. Happy crafting!
Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this review, only samples for reviewing purposes. All opinions expressed on this blog are my own.