Aquarellum - Cosmos Set
Your children will learn how to mix rich, vibrant colors while they create beautiful and detailed works of art. With Aquarellum’s exclusive water-resistant technique, paint flows off the wax barriers and adheres only to the design motif areas, making the vivid colors pop. And paint can be applied repeatedly to any area until the results are just perfect. Aquarellum kindles the imagination, requires concentration, and makes learning to paint easy, relaxing, and rewarding.
Aquarellum - Cosmos Set comes with two pictures; high-quality, washable liquid watercolor paints; a standard pipette; palette; a quality paintbrush; plus a color mixing guide. Aquarellum has received the National Parenting Seal of Approval.
The pictures even have glowing properties in the wax borders, so your child can display their finished painting anywhere they’d like to add a little galactic luminescence. The Aquarellum paints and canvases are superbly high-quality.
Age Recommendation: 7+
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”I do really recommend this activity... The child will practice lots of dropper skills and using a paint brush — both excellent for fine motor.”Read the Review
Combined so many favorites for us with art, space, and science with mixing the colors. This kit started a love for watercolor for my daughter and now we have a kids watercolor subscription.
My first grade daughter is obsessed with this, as well as my five-year-old. They’re always begging to pull it out. I think it’s neat because it’s a different style watercolor than what they’re used to so teaching new techniques has been fun, although it tends to be messy because they’re so young just keep some paper towels on hand!
I’ve never seen anything like it. It allows your child to create a beautiful work of art no matter their skill level. You can clearly see the image for what it is no matter how detail oriented your child’s art ability. We loved it so much we ended up finding other sets online.
I have a hard time getting enough art projects for my kids other than coloring pages so this was a fun special project to do on one of our school breaks.
My student loved all the different colors and was so excited when they found out it glows in the dark. At 6 they could do it fairly independently but I had to keep paper towels on hand for messes. Beware, stains are difficult to get out