Preschool Playcraft at Bull City Crafts
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When we got to Preschool Playcraft we were greeted by Franklin, one of the owners. H was feeling shy, so Franklin suggested that we play with the trains first. H did just that, very happily, for quite some time. Once he had played trains for awhile he was definitely feeling more at home in Bull City Craft, so we headed for the toddler sized table at the back that was stocked with paper, markers, colored pencils and more. H had a fabulous time painting glue on to white paper and decorating it with small cut out pieces of colored tissue paper, and even more fun practicing his scissor skills with Franklin.
The website says that the Preschool Playcraft time isn’t a guided craft, but more of free craft play. Yet do not take that to mean that they don’t have a plan. Everything was so neat and organized that I finally asked if they planned the crafts (here’s where my lack of craftiness comes in—I would throw some crayons and paper out and call it craft time). Franklin told me that they have a couple of crafts planned for each session with at least one paint craft; clearly, though, he was willing to let H’s creativity take the lead.
The cost is $5 for the first child, and $4 for additional children. It was worth every dime of the $5 I spent. Especially since you don’t have to worry about supplies, set up or clean up (okay, I have H clean up when we go places, but you don’t have to).
Bull City Crafts
Most weekdays at 11:00 am (check website to confirm before going)
2501 University Drive