Keep Kids Creative Giveaway


School has started and you are now getting used to the swing of the new Fall Schedules.  Sometimes I wonder if I really do miss summer??  The last week of September has been Nationally designated as “Keep Kids Creative Week”. While this week is often celebrated in schools with many fun activities to help stimulate kid’s creativeness, parents can also take advantage of this week to do some really fun things at home. Many parents struggle with finding time to fit creativity in but there are lots of products out there to help us with getting those creative juices flowing even if you are not the crafty type. Mama-Nibbles and Life With Two Boys created this event to help you find some fun products to keep your family creative not only during “Keep Kids Creative Week” but any time of the year!

Keeping Kids Creative begins on September 17th at 12:01am EST and ends on September 30th at 11:59pm EST.  Along with the awesome prizes that each of the participating blogs are offering we also have 3 Grand Prizes thanks to our sponsors BabbaCo, Green Kid Crafts, Kelly Kits, PowerCapes, Bannor Toys, We Can Too, and Kat and Company.

Close To Home will be participating in the giveaway as well.  We have two sponsors for this but are combiining it into one great prize package valued at $135.

  We are thrilled to also be giving a years worth of Kelly Kits.  Each month you can open your mailbox for a new themed craft activity for your kids. You can find our review here.


Also we are excited to provide one lucky winner A Box for the Birds .  A fun way to get those kids building with wood without the need for nails and saws.  You can find our review here.
Disclaimer: Please note that the Keeping Kids Creative hosts and participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors that do not fulfill their prize. We have represented each sponsor with the expectation that they will fulfill their prize in a timely manner. While we are not responsible, we will make every effort to assist the winner in obtaining their prize.


  1. Judy Gregory says

    turn off all the media hide all the toys and give ’em a crayon and a blank piece of paper. following instructions or color in a book does not make them “create”. modeling clay works too

  2. says

    I have a HUGE box of arts and crafts stuff that they love to dig through. I keep coloring books, crayons, and markers in my truck, purse, and at Grandma’s house!

  3. Jenny Stanek says

    We always make sure to have lots of arts and crafts on hand for creative play!


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    We have a corner of our playroom dedicated to Arts and Crafts. My kids are very crafty & them being able to access their supplies themselves helps alot!

  7. says

    I try really hard at keeping my kids creative since this is an area where I need help-I look on the internet for easy crafts to do with them!

  8. says

    I always have some sort of craft or activity planned. Things tend not to go so well when I don’t… Oh, and coloring books, lots and lots of coloring books!

  9. Audra Weathers says

    We draw and color a lot and talk about the things we’re drawing. Great way to get a conversation going while being creative.

  10. says

    I like to keep my kiddos creative by supplying them with plenty of arts and crafts supplies and letting them help me with my craft projects.