Get Crafty with Klutz Jr! ~ GIVEAWAY! (2 Winners!)

Do you have some crafty kids in your home? I sure do, and I love it…well…sometimes the messy crafts are a bit ‘too much’, but overall, I love that our kids enjoy crafts and using their hands to create their own unique, one-of-a-kind creations! That said, one of the tricky parts about our crafting adventures is when the younger kids want to be involved too but the crafts are just a bit too advanced for them to enjoy.

One of our favorite places to find quality craft and activity kits is in Scholastic’s Klutz collection. There’s stuff for boys, girls and a variety of ages. However, the kits are usually geared for kids who are a bit older…not for the preschool age. BUT…things are about to change! A new collection of book and craft kits for the preschool age is entering the scene. Klutz Jr. kits are developed specifically for kids ages 4+. Each kit comes with everything you need to get started as well as an age appropriate book with very clear instructions that are easy for kids to use. My four year old has had no trouble following the instructions for her kits so far…a lot of the instructions include pictures to show them what to do which means that she can even get started on her own without my help. Yay! 🙂

Klutz Jr. has had a lot of thought put into it. Each kit was been educator vetted as well as kid-tested and approved! Some of the benefits that you’ll find with the Klutz Jr. kits are that they can help to strengthen fine motor skills, develop pre-reading skills and promote imaginative play. So let’s take a peek at some of the great ideas that Klutz Jr. has to keep your children learning and creating….

My Hand Art

This adorable little kit teaches young kids how to draw 20 different hand art designs. We started off with a cute little ‘hand turkey.’ Kids love tracing their hands so it’s wonderful way to create that hand print into a work of art. Plus, as a Mom, it’s a great little keepsake. 🙂 The final product often includes some fun little touches like pom-poms and googly eyes.

My Egg Carton Animals

Do you have lots of egg cartons laying around? Why not recycle them instead of tossing them and spend some time helping your children turn those boring egg cartons into the cutest little egg carton animals you have ever seen! Klutz Jr. Egg Carton Animals allows kids to use their imaginations and to transform egg cartons into six different barnyard animals. All the supplies are included and once you get going, your kids just might be inspired to keep on creating and you just may end up with your own egg carton animal zoo! 😉

My Twinkly Tiaras

Every little princess enjoys wearing a crown, right? The little princesses in our home certainly enjoy crowns…making them, wearing them…and pretty much everything about them. The Klutz Jr. My Twinkly Tiaras kit gives your princesses the opportunity to create three beautiful, unique sparkly crowns…with their own personal designs! There are more than 100 gems and lots of punch out pieces to help your kids decorate their crowns or tiaras just they way they like!

My Clay Critters

Finally, there’s something to squish and mold and shape! Klutz Jr. My Clay Critters comes with six colors of air-dry clay, special shaping tool and a bunch of colorful pre-cut, custom pieces. I’ve often found that clay kits have been difficult to work with, but the pre-cut pieces make this a lot easier for little hands to come up with a very cute end result! This kit and the easy to follow instructions help your kids to create their own set of little underwater creatures.


TWO lucky readers are each going to win all four Klutz Jr. Kits!! In order to enter please follow the instructions on the form below. Open to Canada only. Contest ends February 2, 2017.

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  1. I would try My Clay Critters first!! Looks so cute 🙂

  2. Jennifer P. says:

    I think I would like to try the Klutz Jr. My Clay Critters kit first. I know my youngest would love the My Twinkly Tiaras one best, and my oldest would be thrilled to see the My Egg Carton Animals one – she ALWAYS pulls our empty egg cartons off the recycling pile before it goes downstairs, because she always wants to make something out of them!

  3. Holly MacRitchie says:

    My daughter would love to try the My Twinkly Tiaras first!

  4. My Hand Art will be super fun to do with our toddler!

  5. We would try the twinkly tiaras first

  6. THe egg carton animals looks fun and easy. I would like to try it first.

  7. I would like to try My Clay critters. That sounds like fun.

  8. I like to try the My Clay critters. Would be a great afternoon with the grand daughters

  9. Jennifer L. says:

    I think My Egg Carton Animals looks like a lot of fun.

  10. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    There’s no question about it the first to be used would be My Clay Critters, that I believe would also be the most entertaining for my crafty little grandchildren 🙂

  11. Lynda Cook says:

    The My Twinkly Tiaras would be awesome to do first, as my granddaughter already thinks she is a princess!! these are all great sets and they look like a lot of fun!!

  12. Darlene Owen says:

    I would love the My Clay Critters to try first.

  13. The kids would play the My Clay Critters kit first.

  14. Jenny Major says:

    My daughter would love to try the My Twinkly Tiaras!

  15. I would try the My Clay Critters first

  16. Margaret MacKenzie says:

    Oh, wow. My son would love any one of these. He made a monster out of an egg carton and loves to fashion things out of his clay. I think that he would love to try something with the Hand Art as this is something that he is just getting into now. Thanks so much for the great contest and good luck to everyone.

  17. my daughter would love to start with my hand art. she likes to trace everyones hands already. she made a turkey hand at school

  18. Judy Cowan says:

    I am sure my niece would love to try the My Clay Critters kit first, she loves anything to do with animals.

  19. i would like to try clay critters

  20. I know that she would love My Twinkly Tiaras

  21. Carole Dube says:

    My granddaughters would love My Egg Carton Animals.

  22. My son would like the clay critters.

  23. Marilyn Legault says:

    I like the kit, My Clay Critters.

  24. My LO would love to try My Twinkly Tiaras

  25. Andrea Amy says:

    We would try My Clay Critters first

  26. We’d try the My Egg Carton Animals first.

  27. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    My Twinkly Tiaras would be my first choice.

  28. lisa bolduc says:

    i think my son would love to try the hand print art

  29. nicolthepickle says:

    We’d love the My Twinkly Tiaras.

  30. I think I would first choose My Clay Critters

  31. My little girl would for sure love to start with the Twinkly Tiaras.

  32. Julie bolduc says:

    I think my daughter would like the My Twinkly Tiaras first!

  33. Melissa Hilton says:

    i would love to try the “my egg carton animals”

  34. My Twinkly Tiaras kit! I almost bought one yesterday, but decided to wait and see if there will be more of the discount on it at our local Chapters 🙂

  35. My son would love to try “My Clay Critters” first!

  36. Monique L.S. says:

    I would like to try the My Egg Carton Animals…they look so cute. But, I think my daughter would want to use My Twinkly Tiaras.

  37. We’d like to try the My Clay Critters kit first.

  38. We would try My Egg Carton Animals first, looks like fun!

  39. i would say the my clay critters.

  40. Gillian Morgan says:

    We would love to try the My Twinkly Tiaras kit first.

  41. I would try My Clay Critters first!

  42. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would like to try the Klutz Jr. My Clay Critters forst.

  43. Juliee Fitze says:

    I would like to make a tiara with my little princess.

  44. SweetPanda says:

    I think my kids would love to try the My Clay Critters first

  45. crystal porter says:

    I would try the My Clay Critters first! Sounds fun!

  46. Dianne G. says:

    The granddaughter that I craft with when I am there loves clay so My Clay Critters would be what I would try first.

  47. Jennifer Ann Wilson says:

    I can’t wait to try the My Egg Carton Animals first!

  48. missbobloblaw says:

    I’d like to try the Klutz Jr. My Clay Critters first!

  49. I’d love to try the My Clay Critters with my sweet neighbour 🙂 Thanks!

  50. I would love to try My Egg Carton Animals with my kids first, but they all look so fun! Thank you very much for the chance! 🙂

  51. I’d love to make Twinkly Tiaras with my nieces!

  52. I would like to try the My Clay critters first!

  53. My girly girl would love the My Twinkly Tiaras!

  54. Lisa Neutel says:

    my clay critters looks super cute great for boys and girls

  55. Caryn Coates says:

    I would love to try My Egg Carton Animals

  56. Angela Mitchell says:

    The Egg Carton look super cute and fun.

  57. Florence Cochrane says:

    My Clay Critters looks interesting and fun.

  58. We’d probably start with My Clay Critters but maybe we’d start with My Egg Carton Animals.

  59. darci paice says:

    The Egg Carton Animals.

  60. The My Clay Critters kit looks fun!

  61. krystyl olson says:

    being a preschool teacher, often many of the crafts I think up for my kids are too ‘babyish’ for my oldest – 10 – but he does love to get crafty. I think the clay creatures kitwould be great for he and I to do together.

  62. My Clay Critters.

  63. My Clay Critters would be the first my son would try!

  64. We would probably start with Clay Creatures!

  65. We’d like the Clay Critters.

  66. Elizabeth Brooks says:

    My kids would love clay critters

  67. The Clay Critters would be the first one that wold be tried out.

  68. We would make My Clay critters first.

  69. Marina M. says:

    My son would love The Egg Cartoon Animal.

  70. Carey Hurst says:

    The Clay critters , they are such cool kits .

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  72. Klutz makes such great products for kids! Great activities for rainy days!

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