When I became a dad I started saving all the spent paper town and toilet paper rolls in a closet at the end of the hall. I figured that was what good parents did right? Kept those things in case you needed an emergency art project started on a snow day? There they all still sit as my oldest just wants to watch Vamparina on my tablet. This year it is time to take back the paper towel roll surplus and make something amazing. The folks from YOKO (“yock-so”) have teamed up with our parenting pals at PBS Kids and made an opened ended creative building set that integrates into most of the items you have overflowing in your recycling bin. Check out the new PBS KIDS Build It Kit via the link below and get busy building something cool.