Yui loves making crafts as she’s been making projects in Homeroom Center ever since she was 1 year old. It helps boost her creativity and is a great way to spend her time at home. That’s why when Teacher Pia asked if I want to be a part of Kiddie Kist, I did not hesitate one bit! Kiddie Kist is a monthly subscription for parents who want to boost their child’s creativity and intelligence. They send out a box full of activities just right for the child’s age. When our Christmas Kiddie Kist box was delivered, Yui was so excited to see all these crafts. I don’t know about this kid but she gets excited with glue, tape and sequins. 🙂
The first activity from this box is the Christmas Cone Ornament. They send out the instructions in e-mail and post it on their website. After school, Yui got the box and took out the materials for the cone ornament.
The instructions are easy to follow. After reading it aloud to her, Yui got to work immediately. The only step I think that they should include is to fold the cone along the dotted lines first before you decorate the front side so that you won’t accidentally place decorations on the folds (which caused some of our decors to fall off when we folded the cone to close). Other than that, it was very easy to do.
Yui really liked how it turned out and hang it up on the christmas tree excitedly!
We can’t wait to make the rest of the items inside the box 🙂