|Product Type: Art Kits||Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
ECR4Kids 27 Piece Paint Set in Large Storage Crate
Kimberly from Lawrenceville, GA– Verified Buyer
I purchased it to donate to craft day at the daycare. The providers love it and asked where I purchased it from.
Anonymous from OK
I got the paint set to go with an easel I bought my son and he loves it. He loves the colors and they dont stain!
Mommy from bayside, ny– Verified Buyer
It's neat to have paint bottles. Kids mix the colors by dipping it but it keeps the paint from drying out and spilling. I wish it has more paint though. And the bin somehow collapsing easily. It's not steady enough to hold. The sponge rollers are fun brushes are sturdy but it's little too stiff to paint. Overall it's good to have.
Well Made, Convenient...BUT...
Pucamama from Tucson, AZ
It's very convenient for busy parents of young artists to find these specific painting basics packaged together for sale. As I've discovered with all Prang's art supplies & products, the items in this set are durable, appealing & appropriately sized for little hands. The sturdy plastic crate meant to hold the young artist's painting supplies is a clever, helpful addition. However, anyone who's actually painted with five year olds knows the amount of paint provided here will be used up within ten minutes---and that's an easy way to guarantee wails of disappointment & frustration from your budding Picassos and O'Keefes!
socknitter from Faribault, MN
My granddaughter was thrilled to get the set and spent the rest of christmas "painting" everything. Mom especially liked the containers to hold the paint
Anonymous from Massachusetts– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Tennessee– Verified Buyer
Combining their responsibility to the community and their desire to be environmentally conscious, they have a program to reduce (or better yet, re-use) what they would normally dispose of... Early Childhood Resources has eliminated almost all of their cardboard waste by implementing commercial cardboard shredding equipment in its facilities to convert cardboard destined for the landfill into some of the best packing material available.
Competition typically demands lower costs and with it, labor intense jobs are being exported faster and faster every year. Early Childhood Resources, being committed to "Maximum Value," balances the demands from the marketplace with the practicality and social values of finding ways to maximize the capabilities of those in our community with developmental disabilities, and want to work! The program provides a stimulating and developmentally enriching environment. These individuals gain valuable social and work skills while earning competitive wages, and creating "Maximum Value" in their products.