Where can children go for two hours this summer and craft till their little hearts are full? At Michaels Passport to Imagination classes!
Michaels stores are making it so easy for parents and kids to get crafting this summer with their Passport to Imagination classes. Kids will have a chance to take a road trip this summer at classes being held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from June 15 – July 31. Each week a different road trip will be explored while kids enjoy doing a large variety of craft projects.
One of the things I love about these 2 hour classes, for children ages 3 and older, is the affordability. Classes are only $4 per session or $12 for 3 sessions, including supplies.
My Michaels store in Orange County has this neat display just as you walk in the door. It shows some of the fun craft projects kids have to look forward to this summer.
Week of June 14 – Come explore the sea at Michaels. Make a pirate doubloon necklace and eye patch, a spyglass and treasure map and a feathery parrot puppet.
Week of June 21 – Spend a week at the lake. Build a paper sailboat, create a felt feast for pretend picnics and make a magnetic fishing game to play.
Week of June 28 – Let’s go to the county fair! Make a flower with yarn, create a craft stick Ferris wheel and use two paper plates and cup to build a hot air balloon.
Week of July 5 – Take a stroll down Main Street. Make a pinwheel, a fun travel memory game and pretty faux stained glass.
Week of July 19 – Don’t miss this week’s music festival. Create a fringed bell anklet, paint a canvas with a musical theme and craft a water bottle holder.
Week of July 26 – Are you ready for flea market fun? Tape together a bead bracelet, a wallet or pouch and a make-believe camera with Duck Tape®.
To sign your children up for this summer’s Michaels Passport to Imagination program visit their website.
Disclosure: This post is for informational purposes only. All points of view are my own.