It’s hard to find a kid that doesn’t like to play with mom or dad’s camera, but sometimes it’s not the best idea to let them run off and play with an expensive camera. We’re all for encouraging creative freedom, so why not let your kids loose with an inexpensive single use camera that results in quality photos?
- My Life as a Dog… or cat, or bird. Ok, bird would be a little tough, but after your kid is armed with his or her camera, have them play different roles. For example, ask them to take pictures from the point of view of the dog and capture what the dog sees and does everyday. The pictures will inevitably be interesting, but it’ll also be neat to see how your kid sees life through the eyes of someone (or something) else.
- These Are a Few of My Favorite Things… Let your kid tell a story of his or her own. You can even do this over the course of several days or a week. On Monday, give your child a single use camera and have them spend the week taking pictures of all of their favorite things (toys, pets, outfits, paintings, family