9 Best Kid’s Workshops

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Top 9 Kid’s Workshops

1
Collage Workshop For Kids ( From The Eric Carle Museum)
Product Highlights:
  • shannon merenstein
  • publisher: quarry books
  • paperback: 152 pages
2
Step2 489099 Pro Play ( Utility Bench)
Product Highlights:
  • large kids workshop features an electronic drill press to "drill" the perfect hole every time!
  • pull-out utility bench helps to expand the pretend play fun with a table saw and storage area
  • attached utility sink brings a realistic home workshop feel
3
Susan B Andersons Kids ( Effective Way To Learn To Knit!)
Product Highlights:
  • susan b. anderson
  • artisan
  • kindle edition
4
Esquire Footwear BuildABear Workshop ( (XX-Large 5-6, Tiny Hearts))
Product Highlights:
  • plush lining
  • elasticized trim around ankle
  • non-slip textured sole
5
Step2 Big Builders Pro ( Toolbench, Orange)
Product Highlights:
  • kids workshop features an electronic play drill with realistic sounds and overhead workbench light!
  • large workshop play space allows for multiple children to design and build their own creation
  • workshop features a mechanical table saw built-in to the workbench!
6
Toy Repair Workshop Kids ( Kids Game)
Product Highlights:
  • different toys
  • toy repair
7
BuildABear Workshop Nintendo ( Nintendo DS)
Product Highlights:
  • make your own furry friend using the stylus and microphone in all of the build-a-bear workshop stations including choose me, stuff me, fluff me and name me
  • choose from 8 different characters - dimple teddy, sassy kitty, mocha bunny, marvelous monkey, velvet teddy, friendly frog, playful puppy, pink poodle
  • care for and play with your new furry friend using the touch screen and microphone
8
The Wizards Workshop (Wizard's Workshop)
Product Highlights:
  • jennifer k. clark
  • publisher: plain sight
  • paperback: 88 pages
9
Banana In The Stone ( Episode 4084)
Product Highlights:
  • prime video
  • english

April Crawford

April has over a decade’s experience writing reviews for consumer appliances. Chief writer and editor for appliances at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now April is based out of small but beautiful beach-overlooking apartment in the sunny San Diego where she grew up. Reach her at aprilcrawford@wraws.com.