Online learning for most kids will be over in a couple of weeks, and parents are going to be scrambling to find activities for the kids to do.
Emily Richett from Happy PR has a few projects that'll keep the kids busy throughout the summer.
We are Knitters offers kits with everything needed to start your own knitting project. The kit includes yarn, needles, pattern, and plenty of video tutorials.
DIY Gift Kits are a great solution to at-home boredom. They have DIY kist ranging from lip balm, to bath bombs, to even making your own hot sauce.
Get 20 percent off at DIYGiftKits.com/GetHappy.
Baby Jack & Co. makes blankets and sensory toys that promote learning. The Learning Lovey is a sensory blanket that has vibrant colors and designs, soft textures, and tags to play with, all of which can benefit a child’s cognitive, emotional, and language development.
Use the discount code LEARNING at Baby Jack’s website for 20% off your purchase.
Sprout Pencils are the first pencil you can plant! Just stick the pencil stub into the dirt, water it, and the seed capsule grown into flowers, herbs, or veggies.
Sprout’s KIDS Edition includes colored pencils and a coloring book and is available for quick shipping on Amazon.
Looking for a healthier way to satisfy your sweet tooth? Foodstirs junk-free keto cookies are organic, made with ethically sourced ingredients, and contain only 1 gram of added sugar and 2 grams of net carbs per serving.
Get 20 percent off with code SWEET20.
For more information, just head over to gethappypr.com/kids.