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If I Had a Hammer

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Wii. Wii who?

Wii know you’re looking for something to do with your kids that doesn’t involve game controllers.

Game on with Project of the Month Club.

Sign up for a subscription (monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, or four-in-a-row) and a fully loaded box arrives at your door with all the supplies you need to put together a treasure box, tie-dye a T-shirt, or make a pillow.

Current categories include Master Builder (hammers and screws) and Future Designers (stitch and decorate). Why not go combo for a bit of both? Projects are geared toward kids ages 4 to 11 and require adult supervision and interaction — which should help you and Junior connect on a whole new level.

And that’s no joke.

Available online at projectofthemonthclub.com.

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