If you are scanning Amazon from home to find some Easter and at-home STEM learning fun then consider these Creatto light-up crafting kits. These are three-dimensional creations that light up and the kids build themselves. They won’t even know it’s STEM building because the pieces are so fun to work with and build.
You can build a light-up moose, elephant, shark, unicorn or kitty. These crafting kits stand on their own and require only batteries. See the video below:
There is a manual and videos to help the kids build. You don’t need hardware or tools. The plastic pieces connect with each other. This means you don’t have to commit to building only the animal in your booklet. You can connect them any way you like and get creative!
The string of LED lights makes for a particularly fun sight to display anywhere such as your bedroom or game room.
Creatto Light-Up Kits are available at retailers such as Amazon.
Claudette Robinson, The First Lady of Motown, is most known from the Grammy Hall of Fame Motown Group The Miracles. Now, she has put her Motown vibe into a children’s book along with a fun playlist of songs to get you dancing and moving.
In Claudette’s Miraculous Motown Adventure book, celebrates the spirit of the historic record label, and teaches kids about this important part of music history.
Little Claudette lives in the magic kingdom of Motown, where all the happy children sing and dance in the streets. One day, an angry witch casts a spell, and the kingdom descends into dark silence. Unhappy and bored, Claudette finds a box of Miracles in her attic. Inside are four little fellows—Smokey, Bobby, Ronnie, and Pete—who sing music so sweet. Claudette and the Miracles begin to sing together, but will it be enough to bring light and laughter back to the kingdom of Motown?
We all hope life is back to normal or at least beginning to be by Easter. I have already done a lot of my Easter shopping and decorating and shopped online for items more that I ever have for this Holiday. Our boys get some candy, books or magazines, maybe a t-shirt and small gif card in their baskets at their older age. I have reviewed a few Easter children’s books that I think are great for this spring. I have them listed below.
Find out how kids are helping the environment by selling lemonade to save the honeybees, starting a petition to bring attention to climate change, raising awareness through an original comic book hero, and more! Ages 6-8
A tender ode to the power of unconditional, immutable love. Because no matter how small you are now, with patience and persistence, with encouragement and devotion, you, too, will someday grow strong. Ages 4-8