Great for inspiring young artists! All natural, camel hair bristle watercolor brushes with clean lacquered wooden handles and seamless ferrules. Size 9 watercolor brushes are available in sets of 18 and 36.
Ten 3 1/2" non-spill pots have inner safety lid, brush rest, and colored caps with matching color brush handles. Cap colors include red, green, black, white, yellow, dark blue, orange, purple, brown, and light blue. Each paint cup has two lids: an inner lid with tapered hole to dip a brush and reduce spilling, and an outer, color-coded air-tight cap to keep paint fresh between art sessions. Paint not included.
Kaplan's high-quality tempera paint won't streak, crack, or rub off. Vibrant colors dry to a satin finish, and they're so thick you may even want to add water for additional mileage. All Kaplan Kolors carry the AP seal (non-toxic). The set of 8 colors include: orange, white, green, black, purple, blue, yellow, and red. Made in the USA.
Keep all your equipment organized and accessible, while moving it from place to place with our activity cart. Bottom bin is 14" deep and holds all size balls and the top bin (5" deep) can hold smaller items like jump ropes and bean bags. There are two hooks on the side to hang hula hoops and other items. Includes 2" swivel locking casters for easy mobility. Assembly required. 39"H x 36"W x 18"D. Materials sold separately.
An innovation in watercolors. Use directly from the bottle for intense color, or dilute for wash effect. This WaterColor Magic Assortment contains 6 eight oz. bottles (red, orange, yellow, blue, green, purple).
A perfect pairing of two classroom favorites! The Combo Classpack includes 128 washable broadline markers and 128 large-size crayons each in 8 classic colors--red, yellow, green, blue violet, orange, yellow, brown and black. 16 of each color crayon and marker. AP Certified nontoxic.
It's a common dilemma in early childhood classrooms: How to provide new, interesting experiences on a shoestring budget. This book offers low-cost ideas for gathering and creating rich explorations in learning centers by vividly describing the unique ways teachers can use found and recyclable materials to encourage cognitive development and creative exploration in young children. In addition to photographic examples, the book offers tips on how to source, select, and integrate materials into a center;… More »