Learn To Sew
Or Do Crafts:
After School Activities
For millions of parents around the world, the day does not end with the school bell. There are still pictures to be painted, songs to be sung and games to be played. This all adds up to keeping children happy, safe and out of trouble. But, parents have to steer away from going overboard.
After school is not baby-sitting: After school activities thrive only if it is backed by sufficient parental involvement. What would a soccer match be without parents cheering their little heroes from the sidelines?.
Research and choose: Instead of convenience being the decisive factor, find out things that will interest your child.
Programs that enable your child to actively use their imaginations, creativity, and actually produce tangible results go over great. These program might include many kinds of crafts like jewelry making, art, or even enable them to learn to sew.
Sewing projects give your child something to take with them possibly for many years. When children learn to sew, they have a skill that can shape their whole futures for the better.
Once you select a program, get the fine print and find out what you have to contribute.
Hobbies like scrapbooking are good for family bonding, and preserving those precious memories. Scrapbooking is good for kids and adults alike, and it helps to stimulate your creativity!
A good range of kits comes from Scrapbook Juice, whose kits have everything inside, you can also print photos out on their stickers! Fun!
Keep those memories safe and lasting, while bonding with your kids and having fun at the same time!
About the author:
Jeffrey Tan is an entrepreneur whose interests are art and design. He is the founder of Scrapbook Juice, manufacturer of scrapbook kits. For more information, visit his website at www.scrapbookjuice.com