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Do A Dot Art Marker Rainbow 6-pack


Price: $15.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Finding Art Crafts for Kids is hard to do. Look no further than Do a Dot!
  • With no cups or brushes, Do a Dot is a great art project for kids.
  • Do a Dot Art products are perfect for kids as young as 3. Just dot the paint on for hours of fun.
  • Find 6 WASHABLE Markers inside; Purple, Green, Red, Yellow, Blue, and Orange
  • Product ships in Amazon Certified Frustration Free Packaging (new product in easy to open shipping box rather than retail packaged product shipped in standard Amazon shipping container with dunnage).
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Product Description

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging

The Art Activity with Parents and Kids in mind

Kids love to be active and do art projects. Do a Dot was created with kids in mind. It is often hard to do art crafts for kids because of setup, cleanup, and tireless hours trying to prevent messes. Crafts and Art Projects are often labor intensive for the adult and VERY messy. With the Do a Dot markers it is easy and clean. Simply have the child twist off the cap and start dotting the paper. Don't worry if they accidentally miss, Do a Dot Art Markers are all washable! There are no brushes or cups. With the sponge tip applicator the marker places perfect circles on the page. Simply pick up the marker and dot again. Do a Dot is sure to be a hit with kids from 3 to 103!

Do a Dot is a great Preschool Activity. It allows young children to have success, learn to stay in the lines and create wonderful Art Pieces.

The only question is, How many dots can you get out of a Dot A Dot Marker.....

Find 6 WASHABLE Markers inside; Purple, Green, Red, Yellow, Blue, & Orange!

Amazon Certified Frustration Free Packaging
Product ships in Amazon Certified Frustration Free Packaging (new product in easy to open shipping box rather than retail packaged product shipped in standard Amazon shipping container with dunnage). Frustration Free Packaging is designed to get the product from the manufacturer to you in the most efficient manner with the least possible impact on our environment.

Product Details

Product Packaging: Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 5.9 x 2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00KLLSE5Q
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #743 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (372 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By A. Holmes on September 12, 2006
Package Type: Standard Packaging
We bought these paints when our child was 2 years old, and we still have the originals. They last a long time. The colors are bright, use is easy for little ones, and they are so much neater than fingerpaints. Our child does different kinds of art with these paints than she does with any other kind of paint or markers. She can "dot" the paint or use them somewhat like markers. She has even used paintbrushes to soak the paint from the tops and paint. I have never had trouble washing the regular Rainbow colors off kids or clothing; however, I have had trouble washing the fushcia florescent color of this paint out of a white cotton dress that my child played in for 2 hours after painting. Faint fuschia stains remain. I recommend washing off paint immediately after use, and putting clothing in water to soak or wash immediately after. The instructions say that the flourescent colors may stain.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By L. Forcey on July 8, 2007
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These paints keep my almost 3-year-old son sitting in one place for up to an hour at a time, which pretty much nothing else will do. We bought the truck image book and we download pictures of his favorite characters, and then we make copies onto white cardstock and he has an unlimited supply of stuff to paint. We have never had any trouble getting any of the rainbow colors off of any piece of clothing or his skin or even the table that he paints on. Obviously, since they are paints you need to put a smock on your child and cover the table as well, but they are far less messy than usual paints. The tips to tend to rip a little if the paints are pulled across the paper instead of dotted. However, I contacted the company after one ripped and in an act of AMAZING customer service, they sent me replacement tips. Also, with all the fears about products made in China in the news lately, these are made in the USA. All of these qualities will keep us coming back.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By K. Wilson on July 26, 2011
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We got a set of these dot paints and a set of the Alex Dots and Dashes Paints at the same time. The Do-A-Dots definitely win. The bottles are soft enough for my toddler (2 years old) to squeeze them, while the Alex ones are too hard and too thick for him to use as easily. Some of the Alex ones also leaked, which is kind of a train wreak even if they are washable.

My son loves to paint with these on blank paper and in the two Do-A-Dot coloring books that we have. We use them on Melissa & Doug drawing pads, which works fine, though these can soak through that paper if he really puts a lot of paint down. The Do-A-Dot books have quite thick paper that is great for paints. I imagine they'd work fine with fingerpainting paper, though we haven't tried that. I find these fun to paint with, too! You can use them to make lines, not just dots, so it's a fantastic alternative to poster paints or finger paints if the mess of those is too much to deal with.

These paints are washable in the sense that they come out of clothes in the laundry without extra effort on my part. However, they do leave light stains on my son's skin when we just use a wipe to wash his hands - they require actual soap and a washcloth to clean all the way off skin. It doesn't bother me if he has light paint stains on him until bathtime, since he's often coated in much worse stuff. However, they're probably not a good thing to play with right before church or something!

Overall, I highly recommend these, especially if you have a younger toddler who enjoys arts and crafts but isn't quite coordinated enough for full-blown painting projects yet.
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62 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Davis-Wilson on March 8, 2011
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My son uses these markers at daycare. He decided to put some red or pink on his head, and it has been over a week and no amount of shampoo, alcohol, lemon juice, or other things I've tried will get it out of his light blond hair. I think he has a permanent pink splotch that will have to grow out.

UPDATE:

The pink in his hair never washed out. It eventually grew out. Stay away from the red and pink colors.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D. Smith on March 10, 2007
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These are basically oversized markers with flat, circular tips that kids can use to make dots and dot-based patterns.

While these are fun for children, they are messier than normal washable markers. The red, pink, purple, and florescent colors are difficult to remove from clothing and other surfaces.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By NFMommyRN on July 13, 2012
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My kids had been asking for these for a long time. They used them in school and wanted some for at home. I was not sure I wanted to buy them due to the reviews that said they were not really washable. However, I decided to give them a try since I had never had a child come home from school dotted. I found that they wash out of clothes and off skin just fine. I have not had any problems.

Here is a sampling of what I have done with them:

8 year old

-i taught her about pointillism. I let her use the markers to make her own painting. she had a blast and made several beautiful paintings

-i let her use them to see how multiplication works (3 row of 3 is 9 dots, so 3x3=9)

3 and 5 year olds

-also made paintings - but I do not think they really understood it was a form of art

-counting (adding for the 5 year old)

-mixing colors to make new colors

-identifying letters/numbers - I call it out - they put color over it

These were just a few of the things we did. There are so many fun possibilities with these markers!
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