City Stencils

City Stencils

Kristen Lubbe
Jun 22, 2009

What a great and fabulous way to teach your children about far and interesting places such as London, Paris, Tokyo or maybe a place a little closer to home- New York City. The MoMA Store is now selling City Template Stencils designed by Muji.

I love spending time drawing and coloring with kids and it always helps when it's a tad bit educational as well. To a small child, places like London, Tokyo and Paris can seem so far away- so what better way to make those places feel a little closer than by drawing them? While you're drawing the Eiffel Tower, you can throw in a few bits and pieces of information too!

Another great item I found in the MoMA store is the New York City in a Bag set. Eight wooden city structures and six wooden cars (plenty for your little ones to stay occupied!). Included are New York City icons such as MoMA's original 1939 building, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, and the Guggenheim Museum.

(Images: MoMAStore.org)

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