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Create Your Own Spooky Story

In the latest free DIY from the Wee Workshop, kids can make their own Halloween-inspired books.

The workshop was tested with a group of wildly imaginative kids at the Cooper Hewitt’s Harlem Design Center, and includes a fill-in-the-blanks story, instructions for DIY stamps and inspiration for stamping your own illustrations.

Download the Hallowee Spooky Story Wee Workshop right here.

When you're done, share your creations at www.facebook.com/weesociety

Creating Spooky Stories with Wee Society

Wee Society was thrilled to partner with design firm Office and the Cooper Hewitt to offer free educational workshops for kids and families at the Harlem Design Center during National Design Week.

In a program created by Wee Society’s Wee Workshop, and inspired by Ed Emberley, kids wrote and illustrated their own spooky story books, just in time for Halloween. 

“These kids were brilliant. Wildly imaginative!” said Jill Robertson, co-founder, Wee Society. “From character development to cover design, they were incredibly proud of what they created.”

If you want to make your own Hallowee Spooky Story, the project will be available for download at weesociety.com by October 21.

3 RAWWRRRS for World Lion Day!

Since Sunday is World Lion Day, we thought we’d give you and your kids a weekend’s worth of fun stuff to enjoy with our favorite lion, Leo. (He’s pretty excited about it!)

Bring one of Leo’s roars to life. Draw the noisiest roar imaginable with this free activity sheet. Or get crafty with your kids by making a super-nifty lion mask — our kids have a blast prancing around like Leo. Get our how-to guide here.

Leo likes to help out with the alphabet, too. You can find him in the Wee Alphas app. Or bring him home to hang out on the wall with a personalized print from our shop.

Happy weekend!

Wee heart families

Today is International Day of Families. Download this free activity sheet from the Wee Workshop, and celebrate with a picture of something you love to do with yours.