At some point, arts and crafts projects will require some glue. Whether you’re helping kids make slime or collages, having the right glue on hand is going to be important. We’re including a range of options, from classic liquid glue to glue sticks if you prefer arts and crafts with a little bit less mess.
This is a seven-pack of kids’ glue, so it’s great for parents who need to stock up on school supplies at the beginning of the year or teachers who need to make sure there’s enough glue for all their students. This pack comes with one clear craft glue stick.
This kids’ glue offers a permanent bond but is non-toxic and safe for kids to use. These glue sticks are compatible with a wide array of mediums including fabric and glass.
The small 15-watt gun comes with 15 pieces of kids’ glue sticks. Note that the gun needs to preheat for 3 to 5 minutes with the glue stick inside it before it’s ready for use.
You’ll get two kids’ glue sticks in this economical set. This glue is also compatible with a wide array of mediums including fabric, wood, foam board, felt and various forms of plastic.
You’ll get 32 ounces of kids’ glue that’s washable and non-toxic. The brand boasts that this glue is ideal for making perfectly stretchy slime. However, you can buy an activator to complete the formula.
Glue and glue sticks are often a critical component for crafts and art projects. These are great picks for introducing kids to the proper uses of glue.
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