You’re never too young to be exposed to art and even toddlers can express their creativity through button art. These toys not only encourage a child’s creative side, but they also help to improve their fine motor skills. Check out our top picks for the button-art kits your little one will love.
We love that this button-art toy comes with a pair of googly eyes to bring each creation to life. This toy is rated safe for children ages three and older.
This BeebeeRun kit comes with 12 pictures, 22 geometric buttons, a storage box and gusset holders. This pick also includes a pair of googly eyes for more creative fun.
With 10 pictures to choose from, this button-art toy provides endless hours of entertainment for little ones and is rated safe for children ages two and up.
This pick also comes with a storage tray and offers young children a great way to improve fine motor skills and creative thinking.
We like that this button-art toy features large pictures and buttons that are easy for little ones to work with. This toy is rated safe for children as young as two years old.
Arts and crafts can get messy sometimes. With button art, you can create fun illustrations with your students without getting paint all over your furniture, walls or carpet. These button-art kits can provide endless fun for the entire family. Not only that, even kids as young as two can join the fun with everyone.
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