Art materials for kids

Solga, Kim
March 1996
Mothering;Spring96, Issue 78, p42
Enumerates the kinds of art materials that parents can give their children. Paints; Watercolors; Crayola crayons; Felt-tip pens; Pastel chalks; Potter's clay. INSET: Art products to avoid..


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