What’s an art class or arts and crafts project if glue isn’t involved? Children can build earthquake-proof towers out of popsicle sticks, create a mixed-media masterpiece while learning about Pablo Picasso or let their imaginations run wild while making a poster board for their next book review. We’re highlighting some of the best kid-safe glues that you should stock at home or in your classroom.
This classic kids’ glue is non-toxic, washable and safe to use. It’s also a great option if you need time to properly place items before the glue sets, as it can be adjusted before setting.
We like that this kids’ glue can be used on a variety of surfaces including fabric, wood and even many kinds of plastics. You’ll get four ounces of glue in this bottle.
We like that this kids’ glue stick is fast-bonding but still non-toxic and is safe for children to use. It can also be used on paper, fabrics and a variety of other surfaces.
These kids’ glue sticks are another permanent bonding solution that’s non-toxic and safe for children to use. The glue dries clear and can be used on a variety of surfaces.
This liquid kids’ glue can be used on a variety of surfaces including paper, cardboard and even fabric. You’ll like that it’s safe, non-toxic and suitable for kids as young as three.
Glue is an essential part of any child’s craft kit. But all parents know how easily glue can turn into a sticky mess after their child has finished their artwork. These kid-safe glues are highly recommended whether you’re a parent doing craft activities with your kids or an art teacher working on a project with several children.
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