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“Painting fun”

published 09/02/2017

AdvantagesWashable. Bright colours

DisadvantagesSlightly harder to wash off skin

...My 22 month old son and 6 year old nephew love doing arts and crafts and often get artistic when they are together at my house. I tend to buy a lot of Crayola products as I am rarely disappointed in them and they are not too expensive. Usually we stick to crayons, pencils etc simply because I hate the clean up after using paints. But the boys love painting and from time to time I do let them do...

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“Painting or Drawing”

published 20/12/2000

AdvantagesPeople might agree

DisadvantagesPeople might disagree

...Many artists use a sketch with a pencil and then paint with many different paints. Children on the other hand like to draw and then colour them with felttips or colouring pencils. If any of you were making a landscape would you paint it or would you colour it with pencils. I would think that all the adults painting would use paints but i think many of the children would use felt tips. There...

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“Finger painting fun”

published 12/02/2017

AdvantagesEasy to clean

DisadvantagesMore expensive than some paints

...When I am painting with my almost 2 year old we like to do some fingerpainting. Sensory play is so important for toddlers and sometimes us Mummys just have to grit our teeth and deal with the mess. For this activity we have Crayola washable finger paints. I paid £6.14 on Amazon for 3 tubes of washable finger paints. These paints are suitable for children aged 2 and over. The paint came...

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