Have you heard of Kwik Stix Paint Sticks? They are a dream for parents and teachers alike. In this blog post, I will tell you all about this must-have art supply for the home or classroom.
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What are Kwik Stix Paint Sticks?
Kwik Stix are tempera paint sticks created by The Pencil Grip. Here are six things I love about this product…
1. They are mess free paint sticks!
As a kindergarten teacher, I try to incorporate art as much as possible into our school day. My kindergarten students love painting, but I don’t always love the cleanup that comes along with it. Kwik Stix are the perfect solution for this! Painting with no mess – yes, please! No cups, smocks, brushes, or water are needed. Simply uncap, twist, and paint!
2. Kwik Stix dry in 90 seconds.
In addition to being mess free, another benefit is that Kwik Stix dry in 90 seconds. No more leaving painting projects out overnight to dry. You can display or send home your students’ artwork the same day!
3. Kwik Stix Come in 30 Washable Colors.
This product includes color options for any project. I also love the variety of skin tone colors so that my students can show diversity through their artwork.
4. Paint onto any surface!
Kwik Stix are versatile in that they can be used on almost any surface including paper, poster, wood, rocks, eggs, pumpkins, windows, mirrors, and more. The possibilities are endless!
5. Kwik Stix Paint Sticks are safe for kids.
These paint sticks are non-toxic and they do not contain nuts, eggs, gluten, dairy, oat, and soy.
6. Kwik Stix build fine motor skills.
If you follow my blog, you know I am passionate about developing fine motor skills in my early learners. Kwik Stix are a great tool for working on fine motor development in a fun and engaging way!
I hope that this post has inspired you to try Kwix Stix in your home or classroom. If you have tried this product before, I would love to hear your thoughts. Comment below!
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