If there is one thing I would like to teach my youngsters would have to be their sense of artistry. Not that I would like for my twins to grow up as painters, even though that would not be bad, but it helps develop their brain as well as their motor skills. The Crayola Washable Fingerpaint set would be a good start.
This art supply set consists of easy-squeeze tubes. Parents can choose from two different sets of paint: Primary (red, blue, yellow, and green paint) and Bright Colors (green, orange, blue, and purple paint). The tubes, which are equipped with flip-top caps, are designed in a way that children would be able to control the flow of paint coming out.
The paint comes out thick and creamy, making it ideal in developing fine and gross motor skills as the kids experiment with textures and designs. Kids can paint using their fingers or simple art tools like sponges, twigs, brushes, and cut-up potatoes among others.
The Crayola Washable Fingerpaint helps provide the kids a spark in their imagination without much mess. The paint easily washes off the skin and most fabrics, so cleanup is a breeze. It is also non-toxic and guaranteed safe for kids, although the paint is not designed for face or body paint.
The Crayola Washable Fingerpaint set is available at Amazon for a listed price of $9.61.