SUMMER CAMP has started my friends!
This week, Made with HAPPY Boy and I were super excited about having our first CAMP of the Summer. We went to our local Michaels on Monday to let our creativity run wild!
This week kicks off the first of 7 weeks of Michaels CAMP Creativitity. So cool you guys! Camp Creativity is designed for kids age 3-8. Each session begins at 10am and has two projects plus a journal activity coloring page. Each week has a theme, like this week was Land of the Dinosaurs, which is absolutely perfect because we happen to have the locally world famous all knowing dinosaur loving little boy on our hands. 🙂
You can find out all the week’s themes as well as the project throughout each week HERE.
The camp was held in their makers class room in store, and you have the ability to drop your kids off while you shop or stay and join in the fun. We all know I love to make, so I stayed. I am so glad I did because it was an absolute blast. As I mentioned before this week was Dinosaurs and Made with HAPPY Boy (MWH Boy) made two different dinosaur crafts during his camp. The first was painting on canvas and tracing and cutting. Its so great seeing how each kid was able to take a project and then add their own creativity to their project, like the volcano my son decided needed to be added! The second dinosaur project was also a big hit! They made pterodactyls out of clothes pins, paper and googly eyes. The kids had a lot of fun with this project because they not only able to have fun creating and making, but it allowed for their imagination to run wild and transport them to the land of the dinosaurs!
Our first class was an absolute blast and I know our Made with HAPPY Camper is excited to go back to Summer camp throughout the Summer to see what the other themes have in store.
I would highly recommend signing your kids up either at local Michaels or online. Summer will be over before you know it and Michaels’ Camp Creativity is totally what the kids need! A place to express their creativity by making something fun, let imaginations run wild and unplug from technology for at least a couple hours during the summer months. MOM WINNING!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Michaels.