Spot the Dot Kit

Spot the Dot Kit

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Our price: $26.99

Ages: 18 months+

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Product Code: 156-208

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Spot the Dot Kit
Now you can expose your tiny students to a super-fun, mess-free way to color using a unique paint applicator. The easy-grip Spot-the-Dot Markers have a hard plastic shell so aggressive artists can’t squeeze out a puddle of paint. Spot-the-Dot Markers allow your child to be creative even when his fine motor skills are still developing. They do not require precise, small hand movements to be successful. Instead, their large, chunky size improves control, dexterity, muscle strength, and the thumb-and-finger hold, which is critical for young children to use a pencil or fork. Washable Spot-the-Dot Markers, with their rich, vibrant colors, are a neat, easy way to dabble in the world of artistic expression - just take off the cap and create!

The Spot-the-Dot Markers Kit expands on the markers by including four charming picture overlays. Your child will dot an array of colors onto a paper insert, then slide it into one of the folder-like overlays, and voila! Your child’s dots are transformed into part of a cheery nature scene. And since the overlays are refillable, your child can reinvent his artwork as often as desired. The Spot-the-Dot Markers Kit includes four markers and four charming pictures with refillable overlays to complete.
Features
Manufacturer: Djeco
Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 18 months+
Faith-Based: No

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Kati C.
Enjoyable Artwork

My 3-year-old loves this! She loves creating the artwork, and I love how it supports her hand-eye coordination growth:-)

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Molly W.
Good product

My 23 mo old enjoys playing with these. He doesn’t understand the concept of keeping them within the lines, but he likes making big and little dots and identifying the colors. It’s also a safe way for him to slam down the ink with a lot of force and it doesn’t do any harm to anything.