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Kelly Kits Review

What is Kelly Kits?
"Kelly Kits encourage art play using a wide variety of creative tools & materials beyond what coloring books can offer. The Original Kelly Kit comes complete with one set of five unique activities that cover the five art disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, & collage. Each kit contains all of the tools & materials needed for the activities, the user just needs access to a kitchen! To increase functionality for homeschooling parents, each activity includes an instruction card with an enrichment idea to adapt the art activity to a school lesson. Kelly Kits are designed to encourage creativity & teach!"

OUR REVIEW:                                               Our Kelly Kit came in the mail and we were to make some fun green "Kelly Klay."  Thank-you Kelly Kits for sending me a kit to review.  All opinions are 100% mine and I was not paid for this review. The product arrived safely in nice clean packaging.  Once I opened up the package I found the easy to read instructions.  It was very simple to create the Kelly Klay.  The Kelly Klay was very similar to a play-doh but instead of measuring and making sure I had all the ingredients it was much easier to open the package and add some water.  :)     
Once it cooled off I had my eager son sit down to play with it.  We made shapes, used straws and other fun kitchen tools to create.  My son is only 19 months but he still manipulated the play-doh and had fun.  It was fun to play copy cat with my son.  I would pound then he would pound, I would roll and he would roll.  FUN!  Once my 5 year old got home from school she also joined in on the fun.  Kelly Kits also offers its members a member profile on their website with many other ideas to try for that months art project along with contests and instructional videos!  :)  

Order your subscription today!  Kelly Kits offers Monthly subscriptions ($9.99), Gift packs($29.99), Sensory packs ($29.99), and Birthday Packs ($49.95 for 8 people) . 

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