The Orb Factory provides award winning crafts & activity products for kids that are easy to use and mess-free. Their best selling line, Sticky Mosaics, allow kids to peel & stick foam and jewel tiles to create mosaic masterpieces that are ready for display. They also offer a My First Sticky Mosaics line that brings crafting to children ages 3+ with big pieces for little fingers.
We were recently sent two Sticky Mosaics products to review including the Robots kit from the original line and the Zoo Animals kit from the preschool line. My boys absolutely love foam activities so I knew these would be a hit... And of course, I was right!
The Robots kit includes five different robot designs, 1200+ sticky foam pieces, 10 FlipMotion stickers to add real movement to these mosaic masterpieces, and five stands so kids can display their art proudly. Designed for kids ages 5 and up, the Robots Sticky Mosaics are perfect for Brayden. Though some of the sticky pieces are a little difficult to remove from the backing he absolutely loves this kit, especially the design by numbers concept.
Trevor is completely obsessed with animals so I knew the Zoo Animals My First Sticky Mosaics would be perfect for him. This kit features four fun animal designs, 500+ sticky foam and jewel pieces, and four plastic hangers to display their artwork. The big pieces are perfect for practicing hand-eye coordination and the shapes on the animals make it super easy to add the right pieces to the right spot, all while learning at the same time.
Sticky Mosaics from The Orb Factory are a super fun, mess- free way to keep kids creative! The Robots kit can be purchased for $16.99 and the Zoo Animals kit can be purchased for $9.99 at www.stickymosaics.com as well as in several stores in over 50 countries. Be sure to come back between September 17th and 30th for your chance to win a Zoo Animals My First Sticky Mosaics during Keeping Kids Creative.
Disclosure: I was provided with the product(s) mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this post. All opinions are my own.