Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus

Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus

Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus

Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. As a preschool teacher/daycare provider I have been using these paints for over a decade (I won’t say how much over). My employer always purchased through discount school supply, but since I am starting my own home childcare I decided to purchase through amazon. Slightly more expensive here, but obviously no shipping fee, so....Anyway, like I said I’ve been using this brand of paint for years. It’s perfectly fine for everyday childhood art projects, on paper mind you. Don’t try using it on non-porous surfaces; it will dry up and flake off.I’ve used this paint many times for hand print art. The “warm” colors (namely red, brown, and purple) do temporarily stain skin red (well... pink) so don’t use on picture day or anything. This can be true for furniture as well, but I have never had it permanently stain anything.These pigments do not mix very well. I’ve tried making other colors and they don’t usually turn out very pretty. Not a deal breaker, but if it’s an important project I like to make sure I have the correct color straight from the bottle. Making shades with black or white is fine though.Consistency is good, not too thick, not too thin, easily watered down if needed. I like to water it down if using with foam stamps and a tiny bit for easel painting because it can be a tiny bit gloppy. This is mostly because little kids use too much. Careful not to use too much water though or it will wet the paper too much. (Like I said, experience! 🤣)The seal that you have to remove before using was always a huge, messy, pain in the rear end, but it seems that most of the bottles now have a pull tab- huge upgrade!The white shows up well on dark construction paper, so does the yellow. Not completely opaque, but pretty good.Crayola tempura paints are definitely better, IMO, but they are pricey. Overall, these are good, every day tempura paints.max 67% off,outlet,special price for a limited timeColorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus
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  • WASHABLE: Enjoy painting activities with confidence. Washes off skin, fabric and surfaces with just soap and water. No pretreatment or stain remover needed. Rest easy while kids explore creativity with paint
  • VERSATILE: Rich creamy paint can be applied to non-greasy absorbent surfaces including construction paper white and colored, drawing paper, cardboard tubes and boxes, on plaster cloth and papier-mché. Smooth consistency, dries to a matte finish.
  • LEARNING AND EXPLORING: . Use brushes and sponges for different effects. Learn about painting, colors, blending. Introduce kids to creating, exploring, expressing - a world of discovery while improving fine motor skills
  • HOME OR CLASSROOM: Use at home, in the classroom. Easel painting, sponge painting, crafting and more. Discover art and creativity while having fun. The project possibilities are endless.
  • ULTRA WASHABLE amp; NON TOXIC: Washes easily from skin, clothing most surfaces. Achieved ASTM-D4236 standard and AP Seal for safety and non-toxicity. Does not have most common allergens, free from Latex, Dairy amp; Casein, Egg, Gluten, Peanut amp; Tree Nut or Soy.
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Whether brushstrokes on canvas, hand prints on paper or decorating a craft, painting provides sensory experiences, helps build fine motor skills and teaches concepts of color and texture in an engaging, interactive way. Colorations Simply Washable Tempera Paint lets kids explore their artistic talents and gives parents and teachers the confidence that any spills, splatters or splashes will easily come out in the wash. The ultra-washable paint washes off skin, fabric and surfaces with just soap and water. No pretreatment or stain remover needed! In fact, independent lab testing shows that Colorations Simply Washable Tempera washes better than the leading name brand - at almost half the price. With 8 bright colors in the Rainbow Plus set, young artists can stretch their imaginations. The pack of 8, 16oz. bottles include red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black and white for a full rainbow of colors. Colorations Tempera Paint uses the highest quality pigments for vibrant, opaque color with a smooth consistency and rich coverage that dries to a matte finish that’s not chalky or dull. The ultimate in classroom paint, use Colorations Tempera with easels, stampers, sponges, rollers, brushes and more for endless fun arts and crafts possibilities! Ideal for everyday paint projects and color mixing, the 16oz. bottles of Colorations paint are rich, bright, creamy, ultra-washable and a great value at an affordable price that parents and teachers will love. Our secure safety seal features an easy-to-grip tab to pull the seal away without getting paint on your hands. Simply shake paint thoroughly, remove the cap, peel the seal and let creativity squeeze out of the bottle! Colorations Simply Washable Tempera paint is safe, non-toxic and AP Certified. Made in the USA by Discount School Supply, the paint is free of latex, dairy, casein, egg, gluten, peanut, tree nut and soy. Colorations paint is 100% kid-friendly, teacher tested, and parent approved!


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Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus

Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus

Colorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. As a preschool teacher/daycare provider I have been using these paints for over a decade (I won’t say how much over). My employer always purchased through discount school supply, but since I am starting my own home childcare I decided to purchase through amazon. Slightly more expensive here, but obviously no shipping fee, so....Anyway, like I said I’ve been using this brand of paint for years. It’s perfectly fine for everyday childhood art projects, on paper mind you. Don’t try using it on non-porous surfaces; it will dry up and flake off.I’ve used this paint many times for hand print art. The “warm” colors (namely red, brown, and purple) do temporarily stain skin red (well... pink) so don’t use on picture day or anything. This can be true for furniture as well, but I have never had it permanently stain anything.These pigments do not mix very well. I’ve tried making other colors and they don’t usually turn out very pretty. Not a deal breaker, but if it’s an important project I like to make sure I have the correct color straight from the bottle. Making shades with black or white is fine though.Consistency is good, not too thick, not too thin, easily watered down if needed. I like to water it down if using with foam stamps and a tiny bit for easel painting because it can be a tiny bit gloppy. This is mostly because little kids use too much. Careful not to use too much water though or it will wet the paper too much. (Like I said, experience! 🤣)The seal that you have to remove before using was always a huge, messy, pain in the rear end, but it seems that most of the bottles now have a pull tab- huge upgrade!The white shows up well on dark construction paper, so does the yellow. Not completely opaque, but pretty good.Crayola tempura paints are definitely better, IMO, but they are pricey. Overall, these are good, every day tempura paints.max 67% off,outlet,special price for a limited timeColorations - SWTRPP Simply Washable Tempera Paint, Rainbow Plus