At Art to Art, we know that children want to be artists too - that's why we have a selection of kids paint and art accessories like paint brushes for the young and often very messy creative. Our range of kids painting supplies is affordable and accessible, so you can choose from watercolour paint, acrylic paint and the quick drying tempera. Shop kids paint and get free shipping over $100 in Australia. What are you waiting for? Unleash your children's creativity at Art to Art with our artist paint!
Have a budding artist or want to help them explore their creativity? Try our range of high-quality, yet affordable, kids paint! Coming from the popular brand, Mont Marte, we plenty of paint types to choose from:
Acrylic paints: great for beginners! Acrylic paints are very easy to use, come in a range of vibrant colours and can create fantastic works of art.
Watercolour paint: watercolour paint can be a little tricky to start, but it’s such a fun way to paint!
Tempera paints: these paints are quick drying, opaque and mess free! Colours can be mixed for endless possibilities.
Poster paints: with a great opacity and smooth, buttery consistency, this paint is easy to blend and use.
Once they've tested out their inner-Matisse, you can move them onto other art and crafts - like tie dying an old t-shirt, finger painting or face and body painting. Don't forget to get them an apron to save on your laundry bill! At Art to Art we've got everything you need to keep you and your little one inspired. Before you go, don’t forget to check out our range of art canvases and art paper! Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and buy now, pay later with Afterpay.
What kind of paint should kids use?
While they could use any kind of paint, you should opt for specific kids painting supplies instead. These paints are washable, kid-friendly and have super vibrant colours which kids love.
Does acrylic paint wash off?
Acrylic paint is great for kids because it's affordable, vibrant and fun to paint with. Because it's water soluble, you should be able to wash out any paint splatter from clothes fairly easily if you get to it before it dries. It's also fairly easy to get off of skin too.
However, if it lands on some surfaces or fabrics that you weren't expecting it to and it dries - you might have to use some special solutions like rubbing alcohol or a lot of scrubbing. Best to try and avoid that completely!
How do you teach a child to paint?
The best way is to just get them to start! Because there are so many different types of art that you can try, they're bound to have a go at something that catches their imagination. Once they've learnt how the basic techniques work, they can start experimenting with other craft paints. If you're creatively-inclined, they can watch and copy you - you'll be amazed at how quickly they learn and improve.