Sunday, November 2, 2014

Engaging hobby kits for children

Hobbies help build right and left brain skills, gift a hobby kit based on the child’s interest and age.

Today’s digital generation seems to be incessantly hooked to their tablets and computers. With online games and game apps ruling the roost, now it’s time to introduce them to the magical childhood filled with hobbies that you had enjoyed.

Hobby Kits expose your child to a new activity and lets them explore and learn. Choose them based on the age and interest of a child. Science Kits, Nature Kits, Craft Kits, Cookery Kits, Lego Kits and so on are just a few of the options you can pick from.

Lego Activity Kits

Lego Kits will always be an evergreen hobby favorite with children. With scores of designs and themes to choose from, these let them build their motor and logical skills. For younger kids go for the bigger Lego blocks with simple themes like a house and for the older ones, choose more complicated themes which range from furry creatures to castles and tow trucks.

Children love nature activities

Cultivate a love for nature among kids. You can create a customized Nature Kit by putting together child-friendly garden tools and some seeds. You could add on attractive pots or books on gardening as well. Nature Kits available off the shelf are the Insect Collecting Kit, Butterfly Garden, Pressed Flower Collection Kit, Hydrodome Kit and more.  These are suitable children hobbies for kids aged 8 and above.

Stir the curiosity with science hobby kits

Science is a vibrant subject and Science Kits bring it alive!  My First Science Kit is an introductory kit with select experiments, ideal for kids four and above. Fizzy Foam Science, Perfumery, Sci-fi Slime and Tasty Science are fun kits for pre-teens and above.
Let the child get creative by making something to jazz up his or her room! Go for a Light-up-chandelier Kit, Sand Art Kit, Candle Making Kit, Mask Making Kit and so on. They will be quite proud to see their creations displayed.

Cookery is something that most kids take to like fish to water. Start them off on basic cooking with cookery activity kits. Baking Kits, Pizza Kits and Chocolate Modelling Kits are good gift options.

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