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Inspire creativity and learning in your afterschool  
program with these fun and educational activities.
1. Be You Velvet Art Poster
These inspirational posters are great for character building. Students can color the white designs with markers or colored pencil – the fuzzy black velvet border makes coloring fun and easy! Velvet Art is exclusively from S&S, designed by our very own Crafty Kate!
2. Chameleon Skinz® Color Change Pad

This color changing pad is a kid favorite! Touch the pad with your hands or feet to make the color change! It responds to touch, heat, and cold, and works on the floor or tabletop. Students can have hours of creative fun.

3. Lego® Duplo® Brick Set

Encourages creativity, self-expression, and helps students develop fine motor skills. The set includes 160 bricks so they can build anything they set their mind to. It also comes with 6 double-sides activity cards for inspiration.

4. Toss Four Game Target and Balls

This game can be used both indoors and outdoors. It’s easy to set up and there are many activity options that come with the game. Students can practice their overhand and underhand throwing, and it’s a fun team building activity.

5. Iron-On Transfers for Coloring

Decorate a tote bag, t-shirt, apron, and more! Choose from 6 beautiful designs. Just iron on the artwork, then color it in with fabric markers. Students can use the tote bag to carry all of their afterschool crafts! 

6. Vowel Owls™ Sorting Set

Students can practice word recognition and vowel sounds afterschool! Five of the owls are labeled with a vowel, so kids can sort the picture cards into the correct one. One owl is blank and can be used for “sometimes y” or for other activities like distinguishing long from short vowel sounds. This set is also aligned with Common Core.

7. Giant Neon Bubble Wands

A fun outdoor afterschool activity during the warm seasons! Create large bubbles with brightly colored wands with fun shapes! It can also encourage students to get active by walking or running while making the bubbles!

8. Emoji Jigsaw Puzzle

Emojis are super popular now! Add this puzzle activity to your afterschool program to engage students. It can also be used as a youth development activity by starting a discussion about the various feelings that are represented by their favorite emojis.

9. Robot Turtles™ Coding Concepts Game

Games are a great way for students to learn code while having fun! This board game teaches the fundamentals of programming, from coding to functions, and also makes turtle noises! It’s an easy game to play while still providing many learning opportunities.

10. Team Bucket Challenge

Team building activities are also important for afterschool. Teams fill up their buckets and race to transport and dump the water into a storage container before all the water leaks out of the bottom! Kids love playing this game, and it really challenges them to communicate, plan, and work as a team.