The Kiss Box Craft

The Kiss Box book craft

Emma made this darling little box after reading The Kiss Box at school. I was intrigued, so we borrowed the book from the library. It’s an absolutely charming new book (published in December 2011) about a little bear who exchanges kiss-filled boxes with his mother so that they won’t miss one another so much while they are apart. The illustrations are adorable, and I love this idea!

Kisses inside a box: helping children with separation anxiety

Emma filled her box with kisses, and now she has them with her always. I love that she came up with this craft all on her own – and executed it without any help from me! And if you’re looking for a book to help little ones cope with separation anxiety, this is definitely a story to read!

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  1. says

    This is a very cute idea! our daughter came up with an idea to make “I miss you” cards- She draws pics of her family and hand them to us or holds onto them when anyone has to go away (to the store, to the gym, to school)…it is so cute! We are going to try the kiss box- but we’ll probably make origami hearts for it! :)

  2. says

    We read this when it came out and I love it. My little guy still has anxiety when I go to work. A couple of other books I enjoy along the same lines are the Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn and Love Waves by Rosemary Wells.

    • maryanne says

      We love “The Kissing Hand” – read it with my daughter when she was starting Kindergarten. I’ll have to look for “Love Waves” – thanks for the recommendations!

  3. says

    How cute! I know that I brought this book from the library, and Anna read it on her own. It didn’t motivate her to craft though, but she is rarely motivated to craft in general anyway.

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