DIY Adventure Hat Kit
I bought these hats for my son, who is in South Korea, teaching English to 6 year olds. He wanted some arts and crafts for them and I saw these in your catalogue. I bought them because everything was included. He sent pictures to me. The kids loved designing their own hats and then wearing them. From what I hear and saw, they were a huge success.
June 26, 2012
I bought this for my daughters 5th birthday party.
I bought this for my daughters 5th birthday party for her and her friends. they loved decorating their own hats! It was very easy and fun. I will be buying this again or something like it so the kids have more than one choice.
August 18, 2014
The History Hippies win their caps first!
I teach sixth grade history. Every Monday we have a round of History Bowl with questions from the previous week's work. When any of the four teams per room (all with history related names) make a certain amount of points for the year, they receive prizes. At 1500 , a team receives hats to decorate with team logos, names, etc. It has been both fun and motivational for these students and their teacher.
February 13, 2014
Good for my 6 year old's birthday party!
This was a great one-stop activity for my daughter's party. It had plenty of fabric glues and markers for the group to use. The hats were very flimsy, but they didn't break or fall apart so the kids enjoyed the decorating process! The hats fit the kids and an average sized adult too. I would buy this product again for kids!
February 7, 2014
This was a fun activity for the kids to do, expect the hats were hard to color or paint on them. The material was fine, it was the way the hats were formed because of shipping. I had ages from 7 to 14 doing this activity.
The paints were easy to wash up, but didn't dry very fast. The markers were good, really no complaints.
Stickers: we didn't use them because they only said:
SUPER AWESOME BEST STAR BEST FRIENDS, I feel it would have worked better with just the alphabet.
But over all the kids did enjoy making their own adventure hats.
Helpful HINT: cover your tables.
May 2, 2009