Encourage creative play in your home with this Art Cart!

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When I was a child my mom always had a ton of art supplies available to me and I think that this played a major role in my passion for creativity. I am a play therapist and I love using expressive arts with children. When I was an a counseling intern I had an internship at a place in Fort Worth TX called “The Art Station” where we used expressive arts with children in therapy. Incorporating art into your home is a great way to help your children express themselves and get creative!

I have a 2 year old and I wanted to be able to do arts and crafts with him as part of our daily routine but I needed to be able to put these crafts away when I did not want him to get into it. This art cart has been the perfect solution!

This art cart is the perfect solution to keep your kiddos entertained over the holidays and also makes a great Christmas present! I plan to use this cart with my child over the holidays and then he will get new supplies for Christmas to restock what we have used.

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Similar Rolling Cart

Clear Acrylic Paper Holder

Paint Bottles I like to use these paint bottles and squirt small dots of a plate and let my child use the paint. The children anti spill paint cups are a nightmare in my opinion because toddlers mix colors and it ruins the paint immediately

These Tempera Paint Sticks are my TODDLERS ABSOLUTE FAVORITE ART MATERIAL RIGHT NOW!!! THESE KEEP HIM ENTERTAINED LONGER THAN ANYTHING!!

I like to use White Card Stock Paper because it is sturdy with the paint sticks, paint, glueing etc.

Neon Card Stock Paper

Jumbo crayons (great small toddler fingers)

Dot Markers

Similar Tin Pails for storage containers

Washable Paint

Washable Neon Paint

Colored Masking Tape

Oil Pastels

These are my favorite craft paper plates. Children can decorate them and make a ton of different crafts out of them but I also use them to put the paint on to give it to my child. I put small tiny dots of paint of different colors around the plate and let my child use that to paint with.

Coloring book

Stickers I like to have a variety of themes to help encourage language development

These are my favorite water colors for older kids

Glue Sticks

These are MY FAVORITE WOODEN PLAY DOUGH STAMPERS

Play Dough Tools

All Natural Play Dough- by The Whole Kid and Kaboodle

The Whole Kid & Kaboodle Play Dough Kits

Sticker Foam Shapes

Similar clear stacking storage cups for small craft supplies

Sponge painting stampers

Wooden Paint Brushes

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