• Surviving the Holiday Hustle with Craftikit

    The holidays are a magical time for children…filled with excitement, joy, and the promise of presents. But let's be honest – they can also be a bit overwhelming. The change in routine, large family gatherings, and the general chaos that comes with the season can leave our little ones feeling a bit out of sorts, leading to the occasional outburst or tantrum. 
  • Craftikit: Your Holiday Helper for Creative Fun!

    The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to add a sprinkle of joy and creativity to your celebrations than with Craftikit? Our themed craft kits are the perfect companion for families looking to create lasting memories together. 
  • Nurturing Your Toddler's Language Development: 5 Creative Ways You Can Help

    Those of us with toddlers know they are little explorers, soaking up knowledge and experiences like sponges, and it's during these formative years ...
  • 4 Fun Activities to Foster Healthy Toddler Development Through Creative Play

    Toddlers are like sponges, soaking up the world around them with their never ending curiosity and energy. As parents and caregivers, we have a uniq...
  • 10 Tips for Dealing with Picky Eaters

    We all know how challenging it can be to deal with picky eaters. The frustration of trying to get little ones to eat something other than their favorite snack can be a daily battle. That’s why we’re sharing some of our favorite tips to make mealtime more enjoyable and less stressful for both you and your toddler.
  • Tips From Your Friends at Craftikit: 5 Unique Gifts Your Toddler Will Love

    Ask anyone who has recently spent time with a toddler, and they’ll tell you—finding an activity to hold the interest of a 1 – 3-year-old child can be tough. And while it may be hard to hear, we hope it provides some small comfort to know that this super short attention span is developmentally normal. 
  • Fostering Emotional Intelligence in Toddlers: Fun and Creative Ways

    Today, we’re excited to share some helpful tips on nurturing emotional intelligence in your little ones.  Emotional intelligence, often referred to as emotional quotient or EQ, is an important skill that helps children understand and manage their emotions, connect with others, and navigate life's ups and downs. And guess what? It's never too early to start fostering EQ in toddlers!
  • Boosting Your Toddler's Attention Span: 4 Fun Activities to Try!

    At Craftikit, we know how important it is to support your little one's development. And one aspect that parents often wonder about is their toddler's attention span. Many parents wonder if their child even has an attention span. If you've noticed your child seems easily distracted, fear not! We’re here to assure you that this is completely normal, and attention spans naturally vary depending on a child's age.
  • The Power of STEM Education for Toddlers

    At Craftikit, we believe that learning is not just for the big kids! Today, we want to talk about the power of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education for toddlers. You might be surprised to learn that toddlers are not too young to start learning STEM concepts.
  • The Power of Focus and Concentration in Toddlers

    Today, we’re diving into the wonderful world of toddlers and exploring their incredible capacity for learning and growth! We're going to talk about a topic that might surprise some readers—focus and concentration in toddlers. 
  • The Joy of Crafting: Strengthening Bonds Between Parents and Children

    Crafting is more than just an enjoyable pastime for little one—it is a powerful tool that can strengthen the bond between parents and their children. Engaging in craft activities together opens up a world of shared experiences, conversations, laughter, and quality time. It provides a unique opportunity to connect on a deeper level while exploring creativity and imagination. 
  • Top Tips for Busy Moms: Encouraging Independent Play

    At Craftikit, we know a thing or two about fostering creativity and imagination in little ones. And there’s no better way to do that than by encouraging your child to engage in independent play.