Another company I was dying to feature with all of the educational products I am reviewing was Noodle Head. If you haven't heard of them, then lucky for you I am about to tell you all about them and their sensational products!
I came across this company on a random google search for craft projects for my now four year old. I was psyched when they wanted to do a review and giveaway on my little ole blog. Once again, this post will not have our own pictures, since we have already played with this kit and we JUST found our camera. I will be posting a whole Wordless Wednesday of all the educational items featured, so you will get to see the art for sure. I am so sad that my posts have not had personal pictures since the flood and moving. We are getting back into the groove though!
We were sent the Young Picasso Art Kit and it is incredible. My son loves to paint and draw. I am so thankful he inherited my Dad's gift of all things art, and so I knew he would go crazy over this set. I was more than right! Michael felt like a real artist when he was painting with this, and let me tell you why!
The Young Picasso Art Kit includes:
- One large stretched canvas
- Two small canvas boards, which would make very cute Christmas presents for the grandparents!
- Acrylic paints and brushes
- A plastic pallet for mixing colors
- A booklet introducing various art styles and famous artists
He feels like a real artist with all of the real art items this kit comes with!
I especially love the booklet because it has made art time in our house more educational. I think it is so important that children develop a love of art. I may not be able to draw, but I love art and always enjoyed going to art museums with my Dad.
Michael has painted on the two smaller canvas boards this kit came with, but we are saving the bigger stretched canvas for hopefully when my Dad comes to visit. I would love for Michael and his grandpa to paint a picture together. Kits like this make incredibly sentimental keepsakes and gifts, which makes me love them even more.
The Young Picasso Art Kit can be purchased on the Noodle Head website for only $20.00. This is an incredible value considering the canvas alone can be expensive!
Michael had a BLAST with this kit and we will for sure be purchasing another for Christmas. I love watching his creativity take off and this kit is an all in one solution for paint time!
Noodle Head offers various other kits and toys including:
This is the Flip Flop Fun kit! I know any little girl would love to design their own pair of flip flops! This sells for $14.00
Noodle Head also sells a ton of Pawparazzi toys like this one! This is Cooper and he sells for $22.00.
I am thoroughly impressed with Noodle Head and I plan on buying many products from them in the future. I know Violet would go nuts for the Pawparazzi toys!
You can purchase any of these and many other items at the Noodle Head website!
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I want to say a SUPER huge thank you to Noodle Head for this incredible review and giveaway opportunity and for putting up with my flood and moving! You guys have been awesome.
Disclaimer: I received free product to review. I was not paid to write this and all opinions are my own.