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  • Deluxe Wood Easel Espresso
  • Deluxe Wood Easel Espresso
  • Deluxe Wood Easel Espresso
  • Deluxe Wood Easel Espresso

Deluxe Wood Easel Espresso

  • Recommended Age: 4 Year Old
$169.95
Total: $ 169.95
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Description


Creativity, functionality and style come together in KidKraft's Deluxe Wood Easel. With classic lines that will enhance any room or play setting, KidKraft's Deluxe Wood Easel will bring out your child's inner-artist. Inspired features that include:

- Two patented anti-spill paint cups

- Paper dispenser with easy refill capability

- Whiteboard

- Chalkboard

- Available in natural and espresso

- Useful trays for storing chalk, crayons, markers, and other art supplies

Dimensions:


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29 X 24.5 X 50.5

PLEASE ALLOW AN EXTRA 2-3 DAYS PROCESSING TIME
  • Next your child will move on to drawing horizontal lines and circles. Expand on this new skill by drawing a sun together. You can then progress to putting parts on a face (eyes, nose, mouth).
  • He/she may also have a favorite color. As far as learning toys go, use this as an opportunity to talk about things in the environment that are that color. Try mixing colors to see how his/her favorite color interacts with others. Read the enclosed booklet "Mouse Paint" together and learn how to mix two colors together to make new colors.
  • You can draw a rainbow to show your child what different colors look like next to each other.
  • Soon your little Picasso will learn to copy or trace shapes (use a paper cup or cookie cutters for him/her to trace around). Tracing is a great way to use two hands together, one for holding the paintbrush and one for supporting the stencil. In the future your child will learn that handwriting is a two handed job! (one hand for writing and one hand for holding the paper).
  • In no time your child will begin to use simple shapes to draw recognizable pictures.  Do not label his or her pictures for them.  Instead ask your little one to tell you what they drew.
  • As your toddler becomes more skilled at drawing, have him/her play games like standing on one foot. Is it harder or easier to draw that way?
  • As your toddler becomes more skilled at drawing, have him/her play games like standing on one foot. Is it harder or easier to draw that way?
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards

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