The Chuckle & Roar Dot Art Activity Kit | Source: Buffalo Games

The combination of the chilly winter and the continuing pandemic has us all cooped up at home looking for ways to pass the time. Arts and crafts toys make the perfect screen-free outlet to keep kids creative and entertained.

Buffalo Games is launching four new crafts toys for the Chuckle & Roar line, including a stencil set, a stamp set, dot art, and a doodle map, all launching exclusively at Target. Read on to learn more!

The Dot Art Activity Kit includes eight jumbo dot markers and a 50-page activity book with letters, words, numbers, color activities, and more. Kids can mix, layer, and blend colors with the non-leaking markers, then store them inside the storage bin when they’re done.

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The Giant 2 x 5.5-Foot Door & Floor Aquadraw Doodle Map includes 22 different drawing tools, such as brushes, sponges, and stencils that kids can use to fill the massive mat with art using water to doodle. Kids can spread it out on the floor or hang it from a door to start creating. The mat features pockets to store the tools in.

The Chuckle & Roar Ultimate Stencil Set | Source: Buffalo Games

The Ultimate Stencil Set includes 10 colored pencils, 20 pages full of color-coded stencils, and a 50-page notepad. From educational stencils with letters, numbers, and shapes to more creative shapes, such as dinosaurs, pirates, and robots, this kit has something for everyone.

The Wooden Stamp Set includes 46 birch wood stamps, eight different colors of washable ink, and a 50-page activity stamp book with letters, numbers, and shapes to help kids learn.

Look for these creative and crafty projects at Target stores and online starting on March 14.

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Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco was a Senior Editor of The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. She covered toy trends, pop culture, and entertainment news, and made appearances on national and regional outlets, including CBS, WPIX, News 12, and more. Jackie spends her time watching horror movies and working her way through every Stephen King novel out there.