For a great family time, school project or indoor activity, you can always count on high spirits when kids play with paint. In this collection, wefoundthebest has carefully selected the best selling kids paint supplies for 2020.
#1: Crayola Washable Kids Paint
This set of 6 classic Crayola Washable Kids Paint colors will create simple and fun craft play for kids. The colors do not drip easily from brushes and don’t separate. Can be used both at home and for classrooms. They also come in a fingerpaint type.
User reviews report that these paints as both easy to use and easy to clean.
#2: Crayola Washable Kids Paint, 12 pcs
This set of Crayola Washable Kids Paint has an additional 6 glitter colors on top of the 6 classic colors. Same quality, easy to use and wash. Ideal for birthday parties or as a holiday gift. The colors are safe and non-toxic.
#3: Made By Me – Window Art
This Made By Me Create Your Own Window Art is a complete set that includes everything you need for a fun window paint project. Make your windows pop with 20 window art creations. Use the included cording and suction cups to hang your suncatchers.
User reviews mention that the creations work great as gifts and how the initial novelty doesn’t wear off with this type of craft. Windows look amazing!
From 6 years and up.
#4: U.S. Art Supply Paint Set
This set of 18 colors from U.S. Art Supply is a full selection of eye-catching vibrant colors, perfect for the young aspiring artist. This set can be used for art, crafts and poster projects. It even comes in a 32 color set.
User reviews mention that colors are beautiful, easy to clean and buyers appreciate the great value of this purchase.
#5: Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye Kit
The Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye Kit includes tie-dye supplies with 18 bottles of non-toxic dye. Just add water to activate! The dyes are safe to machine wash, and colors stay bright and bold. Results work best with natural fiber fabrics.
Buyers of this kit report that this type of paint play is super fun and easy for kids, and that these particular dye colors are not as messy as in some other kits. Colors turn out bright and pretty.
#6: Alternative: Mr. Sketch Scented Markers
As an alternative to painting, consider Mr. Sketch Scented Markers with fragrances such as raspberry, cherry, banana and fruit punch.
Buyers love the scented markers, also for use in classrooms. Mr. Sketch markers are known to still scent after many years of storage.
#7: Dot Paint Markers
The Do A Dot Art! Paint Markers is another useful alternative to classic paint projects. No cups, no brushes, no mess! Each marker has a patented large sponge tip and more paint per bottle than other dot markers.
User reviews highly recommend the dot markers as a great art tool for young toddlers, a favorite way to color for many kids.
Did we mention they are American Made?
Bonus: Don’t forget: Jumbo Chalks
As a bonus entry for this collection, consider something else – jumbo chalks! Regal Games Chalk City – 20 Piece Jumbo Washable Sidewalk Chalk are 4”, come in 7 colors and are washable.
Things to consider about kids paint supplies
When choosing kids paint supplies for home craft and play, considering these factors will make the play even better.
Washable: Most kids painting supplies are washable, as they should be! Still, make sure that they are really washable, and check user reviews for fun war stories.
Surface: Clothing, windows or paper & cardboard? Some paints are only suited for window art or as dye for clothing.
Easy to clean: Apart from being washable, how the paint sticks to surfaces matters a lot.
Drip: Some paints drip easier from brushes than others.
Non-toxic: Naturally, you want non-toxic paint for your kids. It’s safer and more healthy.
Smell / scent: Some paints have a lovely scent, others a quite stinky smell. Check out user reviews for an honest opinion, even though people have a different taste in what good scent is.
Glitter: Most kids love the “glitter” type paints. Check if the set includes this.
Age group: Look at the age group for the paint supplies, they can differ depending on the type of paint.
Jar size: Check the size of the paint jars before buying. It can be hard to tell the actual size from some pictures, so look at the amount of fluid ounces or milliliter in the product specs.
# of colors: How many different colors are in a set? Remember, colors can be blended for new colors – but this requires a bit of effort – and perhaps some parental assistance.
Paper cloth: Pro tip: Make your kids play on a large paper cloth. Sold seperately.