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Remember those kaleidoscopes we used to play with as kids? You know, the little tube we'd look through and as we turned the end, the colors and designs would change? Well, we came across an activity that allows your kids to make their own kaleidoscope creations by layering squares of designs on top of each other.
Each set of cards comes in a compact sleeve that holds everything together.
Each card is two-sided, showing a different color on each side, adding even more design options.
There are so many possibilities! Each set comes with a booklet that shows you some of the many designs that can be created.
Sam and Sadie have enjoyed this immensely. Not only have I loved watching them get creative, but I also love watching the little wheels turn in their minds (yes, I can see the wheels) as they try to figure out how to replicate the designs on the design page. Their minds are saying, "Which card do I lay down first? This one? No, then I wouldn't be able to see this part of the design...let me try this one, " and so forth. All of us love the bold colors and the fact that the cards are made of heavy card stock. They'll take some wear and still stay nice.
This is another great quiet activity that could be used during read alouds or even in church. It would also be a great stocking stuffer- anything to get away from cheap plastic toys that break within days, are soon
abandoned, and don't encourage creativity!
Giveaway: With the help of a Kaleidograph distributor, I will be giving away two (2) Kaleidograph Sets- One Crystal and One Flora. There will be two winners, each winning one set. To enter to win one, please leave a comment below telling me two things.
1) Please tell me which Kaleidograph set you'd like to win- Crystal or Flora (photos above are of Flora, see link above for photos of Crystal).
2) And for fun...what is your favorite or least favorite fall food?
One entry per household. Please leave me some initials if you're commenting anonymously. If you have trouble commenting, you can always email me your entry. I'll chose a winner from each group sometime on Tuesday (the 27th).
Our family was given a Flora Kaleidograph set by a distributor who asked if I'd like to host a giveaway. The review was my idea.Pin It