What is the best way to paint the scales of Siggi Schuppe? How does Willi Wuschels mane get really nice and fluffy? Children playfully learn how to depict the surfaces of the animals with simple painting tools.
The MUCKI Play me paintboxes are fun, instructive and color-intensive. Children get to know colors together with mum or dad. Children from the age of 4 want to and should be encouraged to try out things themselves. Little artists mix the paints with their fingers and match colors. The illustrated instructions in our ideas booklet guide you step by step. What colors do the animals have? How are the colors mixed? How do scales and spines develop? How do light and dark tones get along? The play with colors trains sensory perception, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. In this way they are playfully prepared for writing in school. With the MUCKI Play me paintboxes children get to know the world of colors and become little color experts. Are you still looking for a gift for your next childrens birthday party? The MUCKI Play me paintboxes guarantee real Ahs! and Ohs!
- A shared experience for young and old alike: Whats the best way to paint the scales on Stanley Scales? How do you make Fuzzy Freds mane lovely and fuzzy?
- With this set children learn through play how to use simple painting tools to create different animals coats (spines, fur, scales, etc.)
- The MUCKI Play me paintboxes are recommended by educators since painting the motifs with simple painting tools trains fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. At the same time, artistic and linguistic creativity is appreciated, and childrens imagination is stimulated.
- MUCKI finger paint, water-based
- Can be washed out at temperatures above 30 °C
- Dermatologically tested
- Paraben-free, gluten-free, lactose-free, vegan
- Enclosed illustrated game instructions show the procedure step-by-step
- Not suitable for children under 3 years of age.
- Conforms to the requirements for the current version of Toys Directive.
5 MUCKI Finger paints 50 ml each (White, Yellow, Red, Blue, Black), 2 small jars for mixing colors and storage, 12 funny stable motif cards for 6 animals and a QR-code for further motifs, Painting tools for the animals coats: 1 painting sponge for Patty Patches, 2 sponge stipplers for Stanley Scales, 5 cotton swabs for Curly Cathy, 1 wooden stick for Scottie Spines, 1 game instruction introducing the animals
- For painting with hands and fingers on paper, cardboard, canvas