Learning Crafts from Your Whole Kids Club
Park Lane Store, Dallas, TX
- Use "Kids Book Club" books for your Whole Kids Club story time
- Make orange trees after reading “An Orange in January”
- Read “Growing Vegetable Soup” and “grow” a paper garden
- Colorful paper plate snow globes are a fun craft for “Sneezy the Snowman”
“An Orange in January”
After reading Kids Book Club book “An Orange in January” kids got to work creating their own orange trees, with the help of Marketing Team Leader Jennifer Collins. This craft only uses construction paper and glue sticks, making it an ideal activity for big groups, young kids, and busy families.
“Growing Vegetable Soup”
Whole Kids Club at Park Lane also read “Growing Vegetable Soup” and kids “grew” their own garden out of paper. To make a garden cross section, Jennifer used 3 strips of paper. When veggies were added it looked like they were growing out of the ground!
“Sneezy the Snowman”
Cash-up Dee Connors hosted another January-themed story time at Whole Kids Club with “Sneezy the Snowman.” Kids got involved by making snow globes out of paper plates and plastic lids. Everyone colored their paper plates before adding “snow,” a lid, and a ribbon to hang their snow globe from.BACK TO ALL TEAM MEMBER RESOURCES