Friday, December 19, 2014

Holiday Gift Guide Alternatives Art Activity Easel Review+Giveaway




My kids love doing arts and crafts and right now are really into drawling. Every time I turn around they are always asking to drawl so when I had the opportunity to review their Alternatives Art Activity Easel I was really excited. I know the kid's are going to love this we are saving it for Christmas so I am the one reviewing it.   





My favorite part of the Easel is that they have a white board on one side and a chalkboard on the other. And one thing I really love is that they have trays on the bottom of the Easel where the kid's can put chalk and markers and all kinds of stuff. I haven't seen this before with other easels and think this is a major bonus on this one.





Constructed of solid pine, this easel features large trays on both sides and generously sized 23-1/4" x 23-1/4" white board and chalkboard surfaces as well as a hidden paper roll that feeds over either side. It can be converted to a table top easel with attached rubber feet for surface protection. The adjustable legs accommodate users of different heights or can be adjusted from 46" to 54" as a young artist grows. The sturdy, washable bright red baskets provide convenient and ample built-in storage space. Light assembly required. Base dimensions are 26-1/4"W x 23"D. Table top dimensions are 26-1/4"W x 31-1/2"H x 15-1/4"D. Weighs 22 lbs.



Plenty of room to store chalk and markers!!


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32 comments:

  1. My son and I like to finger paint and glue together.

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  2. I am homeschooling my son, and I think it's important to include art in our lessons, so this would be for school.

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  3. I can see Brea using this to sketch out lovely designs for her dolls.

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  4. We like to draw and color!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  5. We could use this to draw things and to eventually teach her how to write and do math and all that fun stuff!
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  6. We homeschool so this would be great to put the days lessons on.

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  7. This would be an easier and larger scale to practice her ABC's on

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  8. We like to paint ceramics and color.

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  9. We could play pictionary and practice writing with this.

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  10. My granddaughter is only 2 but I would love to show her how to fingerprint, this would be great for this.

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  11. I can see my little girl writing her alphabet and name on it!

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  12. I like to bake with my kids, take walks with them, and read to them.

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  13. My boys could use this to practice writing on and my little girl could use it for fingerpainting or coloring.

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  14. My daughter and I love to draw and make all sorts of crafts. Paula C.

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  15. I would give this to my daughter, so she can rough write her projects for school. Paula C.

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  16. My best friend in Wisconsin is moving to anew home and her young son is so anxious and nervous so I think she could use this as an fun and entertaining way to help set his mind at ease. And...she home schools him so it can be used for both school and after school activities. Karen Ellis

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  17. We do lots of arts and crafts... anything involving stickers seems to be a favorite!

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  18. I think this would be awesome for learning letter and numbers on :)

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  19. my daughter is almost 3, so we like to do arts and crafts and use play doh as well as learn

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  20. I would use this to teach my daughter letters and numbers and to have fun with games!

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  21. ideas would be great for crafts too

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