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As you may remember from my last Toddler Art Post, We are an art loving family! ALEX Toys never disappoint when it comes to fun, hands-on crafts for my tot. I was super excited when my favorite ALEX Brand Rep agreed to send over 3 of the most awesome Toddler Art products they have! The Tots Art Gallery, Tots Art Start, and My First Scribble book.
It was a wintery day and my diva had a bad cold. Going outdoors was not an option but having nothing to do would’ve turned the day into complete chaos. We opened up the ALEX Jr. Tots Art Start box first and worked on fine motor skills! We had lots of cute stickers and it was fun watching gabby figure out a way to position the sticker on her fingers so that she can transfer it on the Cute Giraffe and tree shaped papers. they look to be made out of heavy card stock so it was easy to peel off a sticker and fix it if it was to close to the edge. This kit brings 6 different art activities for you and your child to explore including these and sticky collage frames!
After about 20 minutes, we decided to move on to the fun and very entertaining My First Scribbles book. 50 adorable pages for scribbling and 70 stickers for your child to add to their scribble drawings! We used the adorable Easy Grip crayons that come included in the Tots Art Start and Tots Art Gallery to scribble on our pages. We filled the mouth with Scribble “Spaghetti”, made Scribble “Meat” for the burger, we even made Scribble Roses.
Last, but certainly not least is the Tots Art Gallery! This kit is similar to the Tots Art Start, but it brings 12 fun activities in a super cute cardboard portfolio. It included more fun sticker activities on Animal shaped pages, as well as sticky collage frames and scribble pages. The sheep page you see below is actually one of the sticky pages. It comes with 4 sections of paper over each sticky spot for your toddler to do one section at a time.
We love the sticky collage frames and I especially love the different textures that are included for their little masterpieces such as googly eyes, textured shapes, buttons, shredded tissue paper, and more. The best part is that you can put all the completed and non-completed art work back into the sturdy portfolio as well as the materials for next time.
What activities do you do with your Toddlers?
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