Something Great for Kids With Nothing To Do


Okay, let’s have a show of hands: who has ever asked themselves“What on earth am I going to do with my kids today??”…? I’m sure most of us have our hands up, some of us are jumping up and down, waving our hands in the air.

Whether it’s a rainy day, an unexpected travel delay, a Sunday afternoon with a few hours to kill or even short time to fill before dinner starts, we constantly have to come up with things for our kids to do. So, whenever we come across something simple that can help us out in the dreaded “to do” category, we’re grateful.


That’s where Foldigo comes in handy: they answer the question “What am I going to do with my kids today?” simply with fun, crafty, hands-on activities kids can do on their own (if old enough) or with some help.


Each activity pack contains a short story episode drawn in a comic book style (that can be coloured); a full colour paper craft toy that can be folded into 3D form (die-cut); a sheet of 2D characters and objects pulled right from the episode to cut out, color, and play with and a background to recreate a scene from the episode. Materials are printed on premium card stock with vibrant inks; glue dots are included.


With a monthly subscription to Foldio, we know that fun activities for our kids will be coming in the mail every month (and our wee ones love getting mail that’s especially for them) — but also digital subscriptions (sent right to an email inbox) are available. The monthly episodes are designed to inspire and encourage hands-on play. All it takes is a pair of scissors and they’ll have hours of fun and creative activity.

Don’t miss out on our contest to win a six month subscription to Foldigo


Twitter: @Foldigo

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