Updated: Aug 21, 2020
Does anybody need a new hobby? How about your kids?
I know you might be a little bit more than stressed right now so I designed an activity to remedy that and I put it all together in a way that makes it very easy to try out. It's a product called a "Rockit !" and with it, your children can do amazing things.
Not only can they create beautiful rocks without using paint, but they can also distribute them with the purpose of helping children younger than themselves learn about feelings and having fun.
This hobby is not only fun and captivating, but it can also be a genuine way to give back to society.
And your kids just might love it as much as we do and spend hours at a stretch on it.
Here's a photo that was. taken the other night of some kids enjoying rock art in my new open-air rock art studio.
The kids were really focussed and they had some excellent results too!
Here's the thing. The funds raised by distributing rocks and selling Rockits! will be used to provide sensory and emotional learning experiences for younger kids.
Most kids can relate to helping younger kids and I've found that they really like to give back to society when they're provided with the right vehicle. And kids generally enjoy keeping busy in productive ways which can prevent them from getting involved in things that aren't so productive for themselves or for society.
Why not give them that opportunity today! Get your Rockit! and get busy. We have a very limited quantity available this week so don't risk getting put on back-order.
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Nanci J Bradley, 60ish, is an early childhood and family educator, author, teacher, SELF-care facilitator, family aerobics instructor, and an all-around fun-loving person. She believes in the power of sleep, healthy eating, lifelong learning and most of all, PLAY! She studied early childhood ed at Triton College and received her BS in education in 1986 from NIU. She received her MA in human development from Pacific Oaks College in 2011. She lives and teaches in Madison WI