Klutz books are an easy way for kids to be creative. A few days ago, I shared the hours and hours of summer fun my kids had with Klutz books. Today I want to share a bit about what makes these books so special, along with some favorite titles and where to find them.
Kids learn best when they’re involved in activity that involves seeing, making and doing. This multisensory hands-on approach keeps kids engaged and facilitates the learning process. It also helps them develop their creative thinking skills while having fun. Klutz books are the standard in experiential hands-on learning for kids in crafts, but also in science-driven topics. The books were originally developed by three Stanford graduates. They were selling juggling lessons on a sidewalk corner and titled their first book, Juggling for the Complete Klutz. Since then, the company has been acquired by Scholastic and gone on to develop an impressive line of activity driven books that include all the materials kids need to complete the activity, as well as non-skill related books.
Here are some of the award-winning Klutz books we know your kids will love:
For more information visit the Klutz website, www.klutz.com. Or plan a trip to your local bookstore, so you can see and touch and decide which adventures you’ll inspire your kids with this summer.
Founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts and Author of Being Visual