Toykraft: Non-Toxic Washable Finger Paints Colours for Kids and Toddlers | Finger Painting for 2 Year Old | Non-Toxic Colours for Toddlers | Colours for Kids 2 Years | Hand Painting Colours for Kids
Washable Finger Paints …..Painting without Brush …..!!!
Finger paint is a kind of paint intended to be applied with the fingers. It typically comes in pots and is used by small children.
Washable finger paints are very useful especially for Infants to improve sensory development, stimulate gross motor and fine motor skills of hands and fingers.
They encourage children to probe and experiment in recognizing colours and mixing to get new hues
• Kids’ Paint in 5 different colours: blue, green, red, yellow and white
• Premium quality– easily washes from skin and most clothes
• Colours come in transparent leak-proof screw-cap wide mouth bottles
• Water based paints
• Creamy texture and colours can be mixed to get same consistency
• Non-toxic conforms to EN-71 safety norms
This creative art form has been used by both children and adults for artistic expression and therapeutic and developmental purposes and has been around for centuries. Finger painting is painting done with the hand and fingers instead of a brush. The paint is thick and tends to be a bit creamy and works best when applied to a smooth, slick surface, or glossy paper.
Finger painting is painting done with the hand and fingers instead of a brush. The paint is thick and tends to be a bit creamy and works best when applied to a smooth, slick surface, or glossy paper.
Fingers – wet with paint
Children of all ages love to paint. Finger painting allows even a two-or three-year old to dabble in this art when it is difficult for them to do it with a paint brush.
Joy of Finger paints
The great thing about painting with children is that each painting is truly a work of art to them. Finger painting with children can also be a great way for them to experiment, learn cause and effect, and learn about colours and how they mix.
Experiment with colours
Getting their hands into the paints, experimenting with colour mixing, learning cause and effect from inside – the pot to outside – on the paper is a thrill which is inexpressible.
It is an art form of unbelievable depth and satisfaction- the spirit flows to the little finger-tips revealing their innocence in each painting!
After children have mastered the application of paint to a surface, introduce another colour and allow them to play with the new colour in relationship to the first colour. Ask questions as you work together with the paint. Talk about the colours and the names of the colours. Discuss what happens when the colours mix together. At different dilution levels the artist can get an amazing range of different tints of the mixed colours.
Finger paint a snail
1. Paint a green circle over a yellow one for the shell.
2. Draw a curved line for the head and body. 3. Dab on an eye and small black dots for the feelers.
Finger paint a pig
1. For pink colour mix red and white, dip a clenched fist, drag along the paper to make the body.
2. Dip the thumb smudge it above the end making a round shape. Use the middle finger to create the ears.
3. Mix a little red in the pink and press with the middle finger to make piggy’s nose. With a squiggle of the little finger make piggy’s tail.
4. With the middle finger draw piggy’s legs. Dot with little finger white paint for the eyes followed by black paint on the little nails for toes, nostrils and pupils.
Finger paint a caterpillar
1. Turn to the curly caterpillar page. Dip a middle finger in some blue paint and a pointer finger in some yellow paint. Press down a blue finger, then a yellow finger. Keep going! You’ve painted a caterpillar’s body.
2. Dip the thumb into some yellow paint and press it down to make the caterpillar’s head.Move your thumb around in a smudgy circle to make the head big enough.
3. Using the little finger, draw the feelers above your caterpillar’s head in red. Finger-dot lots and lots of red feet and add some red spots .
4 .Finger-dot some blue eyes and blue markings above the yellow bits. Dip the thumb into green paint to add clumps of grass for the caterpillar’s feed.
Finger paint a monkey
1.Use a smudgy thumb print of brown for the head followed by clenched fist for the body just below the head.
2. Use the little finger for the long curly excited tail
3. Use the middle finger for the legs and ears and smudge a little to create the feet.
4. Add a tree for monkey to swing on using yellow in a vertical line for the trunk followed by green lines for the palm leaves.
Finger painting on plain templates showing different levels of artistic skills
You can print templates on art paper or card and then finger paint on them with your artistic skills
Finger Painting for toddlers and parents to do together When toddlers begin to paint, they may not be able to control a paint brush or paint that is too drippy, like tempera paint. It is better for parents to introduce the idea of painting to young children with finger paints instead.
They love the gooey feeling of paint oozing between their fingers. The little ones like to watch different designs develop on the paper. Most of them also like the mess that comes along with finger painting.
And yet a lot of parents never introduce the art of finger painting to toddlers or young children because they fear the disastrous mess it will leave. However, if you follow certain precautions your toddler will have a blast and you won’t mind the small amount of preparation and clean-up involved.
What will toddlers paint?
When toddlers grow to become young children and begin to work with paint, they are not concerned about creating a work of art, but they are most interested in how things feel and what happens to the paint as it is applied in different ways. They will probably not be able to make a painting of something, and should be encouraged to manipulate the paint in different ways.
Number of Templates
Number of Finger Paints
Finger Painting, Puzzles, Sand art
Finger Painting, Puzzles, Mosaic
Finger Painting, Puzzles, Sequin art
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WHAT IS FINGER PAINTING? Toykraft Finger painting allows toddlers and preschoolers to dabble in this form of art as it is difficult for them to do it with a paintbrush. The great thing about painting for children is that each painting is truly a work of art to them… even if you can’t tell what it is. Finger painting with children can also be a great way for them to explore their art skills by experiment, cause and effect, learn about colours and see the magic of new colours when mixed.
Premium quality non toxic colours for toddlers – easily washes from skin and most clothes. Perfect set of hand painting colours for kids.WHAT IS INSIDE THIS KIT? This kids painting kit contains 5 Child-safe approved and tested finger paints in large containers – 100 of each colour and sponge. The jars are just perfect for those little fingers making hand painting easy for kids
WHAT IS INSIDE THIS KIT? This kids painting kit contains 5 Child-safe approved and tested finger paints in large containers – 100 of each colour and sponge. The jars are just perfect for those little fingers making hand painting easy for kids
PAINTING AS AN ART AND TEXTURES – Finger painting is so addictive that it does not stop after the first or second effort but continues on as the toddler get completely hooked on to this art form. Subsequently, it discovers deeper facets of the art skills and comes out with amazing pictures that would not have been possible with a paintbrush. The nails can be used for etching, signing, and creating borders. Toddlers can even use the spatula provided in the kit to get the effect of nails.