Kmart still knows what the consumer wants: more than a place to shop. They not only have a place to shop for toys but also a place where you can get advice from expert writers, perks and even a birthday club.
shop online and pick-out some new toys for the summer. It can be challenging to keep three little kids busy all summer and some new toys can help encourage play. I gave my kids a budget and selected some toys for them to shop for. They spent hours shopping the website, budgeting their money and working cooperatively together. I was so happy to see my children working together. After they selected the toys they were going to purchase they asked if I could take them to a Kmart. Since the Kmart by our house closed before they were born I searched online for our closest Kmart. The nearest Kmart was almost an hour drive, but I could not talk the kids into shopping online. They wanted to see what Kmart was all about.
The store was just as good as the website. They had every toy on their list - plus more! The rows were neat and organized with an employee always around to help us find the items we were looking for. Before we knew it our cart was beyond full and we could not add any more toys.
The kids had a lot of fun in the store, just like I remember from being a child.
Kmart perks program. Then when we were done a great employee named Angel saw that I had two carts full of stuff and helped me to the car. He even loaded the items into my trunk!!
When we were done we had saved $63.35 just by shopping at Kmart.
The kids were so excited and said it was their best last day of school ever! We made the decision to host a playdate and show their friends the new website while playing with our new toys. The kids are having fun trying to decide if they should have a pool party or movie night playdate.
Play with a purpose and encourage your child's emerging skills and abilities. Through your child's play you can explore their emerging abilities and stay on track of their natural development.
I was compensated for this post as part of a social shopper insights study with #collectivbias. All my thoughts, photos and opinions are of my own.