Creative Bags For Kids

I cannot stress how much my kids love to color and create things. They are the ultimate little crafting kids and I spend the most of the day cleaning up the mess from it. I know I was pretty much the same way when I was a kid too. I always know too that to entertain my kids I pull out all the crafts for them and let them go to town. One of their favorite things about crafts though is being able to show off their work.

I was able to check out and review Kidzsack with my kids.


About Kidzsack:

  • It’s an eco-friendly backpack!
  • It’s an arts & crafts activity!
  • It’s a reusable activity!
  • It’s a 2009 DR. TOY WINNER!
  • It’s a USA made toy sack!
  • It’s a Kidzsack!
The Kidzsack is fun, unique, and reusable backsack. It’s made of washable, durable, and, most importantly, 100% eco friendly fabric.
Even the straps are made from natural fiber. You and your child will both fall in love with Kidzsack.

The Kidzsack comes with 8 washable non-toxic markers. Color, wash, and color over and over again! It’s a fun reusable and creative activity! Just choose a design and the fun begins!

I let Tristan go ahead with it and check it out. The other kids were off doing something else PLUS like it states above you can wash it and color it again. That was Tristan’s favorite part. She colored the whole bag and then started all over again. The bag is extremely durable and I love the material of the bag. It’s not flimsy or something that will tear up easily. We really love these bags and I have already told a whole slew of people about them. BUT there is one great part of it that I wanted to share with all of you. Plus I will be sharing with my kids’ school as soon as they go back from fall break:

Buy a Kidzsack Backsack to help benefit your school! $5.00 from every Kidzsack sold will go directly to the school’s fund raising efforts!

Here in Arizona that is a huge deal and if your child’s school is experiencing some of the downfalls the schools out here are – this is a cool thing to pitch to your local schools!



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