Window Paint Art Stickers Kit Kids
STEM learning [and stained glass] made simple
Our Window Art activity set for kids is designed in collaboration with professional artists and early childhood development experts, ensuring that your boys and girls acquire key skills in a way that’s both fun and stimulating.
Encourage their fine motor function, hand-eye coordination, visual analysis skills, communication, and social skills, problem-solving, concentration, vocabulary and other abilities necessary for healthy development.
Love what you hear? Let’s get hanging! Window Art Drawing Benefits:
With this ready-to-make set, your toddler will be able to concentrate on achieving a result. This not only enhances mental agility and creative problem solving but also fosters their inner confidence and boosts self-esteem.
The Perfect Gift
Entertain your son, daughter, nephew, niece, grandson, granddaughter or students with our fascinating window stickers, and help them imagine, create, draw and have fun while discovering a lifelong hobby.
Make Any Window Their Masterpiece!
What You Get
- 1 x All-in-One Make Your Own Transparent Suncatchers kit
- Glitter and traditional paint for vibrant experimentation
- Suction cups and cords so they can easily hang
- Everything they need to channel their inner artist!
Specs & Details
- Suncatcher count: 24
- Suction cup count: 24
- Total cord: 4 yards
- Glitter paint count: 1 x 10ml [blue]
- Color paint count: 10 [5 x 22ml tubes & 5 x 10ml]
- Color paint colors: light blue, red, yellow, black, gold, green, orange, purple, pink, silver
How to Enjoy
- Let kids choose their favorite colors and paint a sticker
- Peel back adhesive and affix to the suction cup
- Press against your home or car window or any other smooth surface
- See colors reflect and their eyes light up
The grandkids are enjoying it now that school is out for the summer.
Nieces and nephew loved it and enjoyed painting two separate times. Having an army tank was a weird inclusion when all the other pieces were decidedly non-violent. The paint comes out too thick for young kids and if it's too thick it won't let light through. One of paint nozzles got stuck in the cap so it became useless for one session but then it unstuck itself somehow so we were able to use again. Most importantly, kids had a great time.