The following is a sponsored post on behalf of Michael’s Passport To Imagination Classes. Opinions expressed are that of my own.
One of the activities I have used to keep my kiddos entertained during summers past, is the Passport To Imagination programs offered at Michaels Stores.
Michaels kids programs are a great way to encourage Hand Eye Coordination and Brain Stimulation, and we have attended similar classes throughout the year.
My children have really enjoyed the crafts and we all have made neat keepsake items.
This summer, Passport To Imagination will be available from June 16 to August 1st at stores nationwide and is intended for kids ages 5 and up. The program will run every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m, and each 2-hour session costs just $2.
To make this years events even more exciting, the program has partnered with 7 of North America’s best museums to create a Museum Road Trip. Each day, kids will experience culture through crafts with projects inspired by world-class museum exhibits.
What a DEAL!
$2 gets 2 hours with Craft Projects inspired by World-Class Museums!
For kids to sign-up for a #PassportToImagination class, parents can head over to a local Michaels store and see a store associate.
In addition, you can also register online by visiting Michaels.com/passport. To participate, click on Sign Up Now. There you will be directed to the classes page. Scroll down and click on Kids Programs.
Once you select the session you want, simply follow the rest of the directions online to reserve your spot. There you will also complete your payment information. Spots are limited, so don’t delay.
Have you taken your children to Michaels to create crafts? What has been your favorite creation thus far?
I can’t wait to check out the classes being offered during the month of July!