Local Events: Free Saturday Crafts for Kids in Southaven, MS
Crafts can be a great way to help children express creativity, develop fine motor skills, and bond with friends and family. If you live in Southaven, MS and are looking for places for the children in your life to enjoy craft time, check out the Free Saturday Crafts at the Sensory Shop. On Saturday, October 15, 2016, they will be using plain paper bags to create monster puppets. The children will then have the opportunity to use their creations to put on a puppet show. If you’re unable to participate in the Monster Puppet craft, there will be another craft day on October 22, 2016 where participating kids can make sensory bags full of slime and gooey eyes. To register for the upcoming events, visit the Sensory Shop’s Facebook page.
If the craft day is the first time you have visited The Sensory Shop, you can expect a unique toy store offering a variety of products which promote creativity and imagination. Featuring a sensory play area and sensory-friendly lighting and décor, Southaven locals will find a full line of specialty toys including arts and crafts, books, educational toys, games, and much more. In addition, there is a full line of special needs developmental aids and therapy items. No matter what toys your children need or want, The Sensory Shop can help you find the right products for your family.
If your children make crafts which you want to send to out of town friends or family members, just stop by the AIM Mail Center in Southaven where the friendly professionals will help you carefully package and ship your items. They can even compare shipping rates between UPS and FedEx to help you find the best rate and service.
With 88% of the private companies in the U.S. employing 19 or fewer employees (Source: U.S. SBA), we at AIM Mail Centers believe local businesses are vital to the health of the U.S. economy. Therefore, AIM Mail Centers is pleased to feature The Sensory Shop as our Featured Local Neighborhood Business and encourages locals to buy from local businesses.
Image: The Sensory Shop Facebook
Source: The Sensory Shop website, The Sensory Shop Facebook