What to Read Wednesday: Craft Books for Kids

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The Best Craft Books for Kids

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If you have kids who are hands-on learners, of if you’re simply cooped up inside because of the weather, investing in a few good craft books can be the key to your happiness! Seriously–I have days where my boys are ‘bored’ and stir-crazy, and pulling out some supplies and an idea or two can seriously help my stress level.

In addition to sharing my favorites of the absolute best-of-the-best craft books, I have an awesome free printable for you to help you get your craft on. Just click here to download a FREE printable Craft Books for Kids Library Checklist & Ultimate Craft Supply Checklist (100 ideas)–Enjoy!

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Free Printable

Click here or on the image below to download a FREE printable Craft Books for Kids Library Checklist & Ultimate Craft Supply Checklist (100 ideas)!!

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Our favorite craft books for kids

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Comments (2)

  1. Lisa/Syncopated Mama

    My favorite thing is when my daughter goes and finds random craft supplies and then uses them to create something I never would have thought of!

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    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      That’s creativity at it’s best, Lisa! 🙂

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