Monthly Archives: November 2016





This year for Christmas, the kids will be getting a Art Learning Kit. The kit is full of items that promote early art concepts as well as promoting fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, creativity and imagination. The kids can paint, color, glue, stick, tape, stamp, cut, draw, string and create with this kit. Below you can see what I put in the kit, where you can get it and where to download the set of free Art Idea Cards…

(Each kit ran around $11.00)-Could possibly get for less if you pick up items at the beginning of the school year when school supplies are out…

Kit Includes:

  • Glue sticks
    ($0.50 a piece at Walmart)
  • Beads
    ($3.o0 a package at Walmart – split between 4 kits)
  • String
    ($1.00 for a package of 3 at Dollar Tree-split between 3 kits)
  • Foam Pieces
    ($1.o0 a package at Dollar Tree – split between 2 kits)
  • Colored Tissue Pieces
    ($1.o0 a package at Dollar Tree – split between 4 kits)
  • Construction Paper
    ($1.o0 a pad at Dollar Tree)
  • Fingerpaint
    ($1.o0 a package of 4 at Dollar Tree – split between 4 kits)
  • Scissors
    ($1.o0 a pair at Dollar Tree)
  • Art Book (not pictured, still waiting for delivery)
    ($3.73 a book on Amazon)
  • Stamps
    ($1.o0 a package of 6 at Walmart – split between 3 kits)
  • Glue
    ($1.o0 a bottle at Dollar Tree)
  • Stickers
    (Free, extras from Scholastic Book Orders)
  • Crayons
    ($1.o0 a box at Dollar Tree)
  • Paint Brushes
    ($4.o0 a package at Walmart – split between 4 kits)
  • Blank Books
    ($1.o0 a set of 3 at Target – split between 3 kits)
  • Pencils
    ($1.o0 a package of 12 at Target – split between 6 kits)
  • Art Idea Cards
    (Can download FREE at: also add:

    • Paint smocks
    • Markers
    • Colored Pencils
    • Watercolors
    • Tape
    • Washi Tape
    • Fabric Scraps
    • Yarn/Ribbon