We got ourselves our 1st box of Little Paper Crate craft, and it’s the Get Into The Wild set.
The craft arrived at our door step in a, well, little paper crate.
The girls were really excited to open and check out what came in the box (actually, me too).
This was the content of the box, all laid out. Oh wow, this is something that will keep the girls occupied (usefully and creatively) for a couple of hours.
Little Paper Crate is created especially for children to explore the world of arts and crafts at a convenience, this allows the children to manage the project themselves, with minimum help from the parents.
The simple instruction booklet has easy to follow steps.
The girls decided to split the responsibility. Zaria will make the alligator and colour the back drop for the puppet stage. While Zara will work on the snake, and all the puppets.
Instructions are so simple, Zaria who’s just Standard 1 is able to read and follow the step by step instructions. With minimal help, she managed to get her Alligator Chomper done!
She then went on to work on the back drop for the Puppet Stage.
With both of them working on different projects, the stage, the puppets, the snakes were all ready in an hour.
Time for a Get Into The Wild Puppet Show. In Zaria’s case, she got excited with having the alligator chomping up the animals in the wild.
Here is one happy girl who managed to create her own props for her puppet show!
How do you buy or order your Little Paper Crate?
You actually subscribe to it (3 months, 6 months, and 1 year subscriptions are available).
Each month, a new box will arrive at your doorstep, and in the box will be a new project theme, along with the materials and step-by-step guides towards completing the individual projects.
So children can configure projects on their own, and parents do not need figure out what crafts to work with their children and to go around hunting for arts and crafts material.
Wonderful isn’t it?