Indoor Family Fun for a New Way to Spend Easter/Passover/Spring Vacation From the Made In America Store

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Indoor family fun from the Made In America Store during the Easter, Passover, and Spring Vacation.

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The kids have been home from school for several weeks. The weather has been a roller coaster, so families are still looking for a new approach to occupy their children and grandchildren in constructive ways – one that does not add to their screen time.

The kids have been home from school for several weeks. The weather has been a roller coaster, so families are still looking for a new approach to occupy their children and grandchildren in constructive ways – one that does not add to their screen time.

Made in America Store has just what you need – whether at our flagship store at 1000 W. Maple Court in Elma, New York or on-line at MadeInAmericaStore.com.

Here are some ideas:

  • Puzzles for all ages – pre-K through those who have graduated to retirement.
  • Books – it’s a great time to catch up on reading, especially books on Western New York including: Blizzard of ’77, Erie Canal, Gangsters & Organized Crime in Buffalo, and more.
  • K’Nex & Tinkertoy – engaging, hands-on learning for ages 3 and up. K’Nex Education “Simple and Compound Machines Building Set” is designed to expand upon middle school student’s knowledge of simple machines concepts.
  • Marbleocity by PlayMonster – ideal for girls and boys who are budding engineers, real wood design sets: Skate Park and Dragon Coaster. Encouraging hands-on play is an entrée to skilled trades careers, esp. in construction. Applying engineering skills and the observation of physics are great ways to hone young math & science minds for future learning.
  • Channelcraft Airplane Design Studio Building Kit - future pilots, airplane technicians and aviation engineers use their imaginations to build and fly planes out of balsa wood with moving parts like propellers and rubber band motors.
  • RADA Kitchenware & Quick Mixes - kids can play “Food Network Star”TM, budding chefs can bring their own special touches to our quick & easy baking and cooking mixes – from cheeseballs to dips, cheesecakes to soups -- with a “make pretend” film crew recording the culinary action and celebrity kid hosts honing their interviewing skills. They will have so much fun watching the videos – all recorded on cell phones – later fine tuning the demonstrations and production quality, using a different mix the next time or perfecting their original creations.

There’s no time for boredom with all of these options. Plus, it will help keep kids off their electronics, reduce screen time and foster family togetherness and creativity.

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