Indoor games and craft kits to keep them entertained

Sometimes the kids need a break from schoolwork, watching television or playing on the computer. Outdoor play is fun and stimulating, however, when it does rain heavily, the kids can’t go out and play. Looking to provide some indoor activities that will engage them and allow them to have fun? If so, we have the perfect solution for you. In this blog, we would like to suggest some of our superior quality games and craft kits from leading international brands that your kids will adore.

4M Craft Kits

• Bead Bracelets from 4M Craft consists of over 300 beads of various colours and sizes. Your child will be able to make fun and colourful bead bracelets with the help of a braiding tool and specific instructions.

• The Origami Lights craft kit comprises 10 sheets of exquisitely designed origami paper, string and 10 light bulbs. This is indeed a lovely way to decorate the study-room, playroom or bedroom!

• Mould & Paint Flamingos consists of a mould with 6 designs, a paint strip with 5 colours, a paintbrush and glitter. This set encourages creativity and even the art of gift-giving. This craft set is recommended for kids over five, who will pass the time happily making 6 character magnets and badges.

Blue Orange Games

• Oh My Gold Game is ideal for children to play together and it is recommended for 2 to 4 players over six years of age. This is a dice game that is lively and encourages quick and decisive thinking.

• The Flying Kiwis Game comprises a game board, 40 kiwi tokens and 4 catapults. It is a captivating game which the whole family can play together. This game is recommended for 2 to 6 players above six years old.

• QuiZoo is a fun and informative travel-sized card game recommended for 2 to 8 players who are over six years of age.

We are KidsnToys, a vibrant family-owned and 100% New Zealand business, based in Auckland. We carry a wide range of awesome toys and gear for kids. Contact us today for toys and games that your kids will love!

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