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  • Item #: 049291
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $8.50

  • Item #: 007843
    Retail: $9.70
    Rainbow Price: $6.50
    Amazing quality for the economical price! This 9" x 12" pad contains 50 sheets of 70 lb. drawing paper that has a really nice feel to it with a good tooth to really grab the medium applied, making graphite or colored pencil drawings come alive. The pad is tape-bound at the top and makes a great starter pad for students and beginner artists. Made in the USA.
  • Item #: 062074
    Retail: $21.99
    Rainbow Price: $13.95
    If you're looking for a gift for an artsy little one – boom! - here it is. Packaged in a space-saving tube, you'll find a good-quality, plain canvas smock, 8 chubby short-handled brushes in a variety of sizes, and three nesting paint or water cups with lids. I love the thickness of the natural canvas smock, and it includes stitched pockets to hold all of the brushes in the front as well. Young artists can use it as-is, or paint their own custom design on the smock. Just add some tempera paints and paper and they'll be all set. – Jess

  • Item #: 060253
    Retail: $16.10
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  • Item #: 060252
    Retail: $11.70
    Rainbow Price: $6.95

  • Item #: 060251
    Retail: $23.60
    Rainbow Price: $13.75

  • Item #: 043638
    Retail: $10.45
    Rainbow Price: $7.50

    This chunky sketchpad contains 125 sheets of lightweight (50 lb.) white paper. The size of the paper is 9" x 12", and is suitable for use with sketching pencils, colored pencils, or crayon. Perfect for kids who like to draw – a lot! ~ Rachel P.

  • Item #: 029330
    Retail: $22.15
    Rainbow Price: $13.95

      Geared towards students, the XL line of paper from Canson features a better quality product at a more affordable price range. Even amateur and professional watercolor artists can appreciate the heavy 140 lb (300 gsm) weight of this rough-tooth textured cold press paper. The acid-free paper works great for watercolors and other mixed media applications. Each pad contains 30 sheets and is bound with a Euro Fold cover that easily folds all the way over flat, making it great for outdoor studies, laying on easels and studio work. ~ Emily

  • Item #: 029324
    Retail: $13.65
    Rainbow Price: $10.50
  • Item #: 029312
    Retail: $32.99
    Rainbow Price: $25.95
  • Item #: 019971
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.50

    Geared towards students, this superior constructed 96 lb (260 gsm) Bristol paper by Canson was developed with input by art professionals and combines quality, performance, and value. Made from 30% post consumer materials, the recycled paper is two sided. The front side features vellum with a moderate texture—great for graphite drawings, charcoal, colored pencils, chalks, pastels, and crayons. The backside is smooth—ideal for pen and ink work. Paper is acid free and has easy removal with the fold-over binding of the pad, 25 sheets. Made in the USA.

  • Item #: 014840
    Retail: $1.62
    Rainbow Price: $1.50

  • Item #: 000834
    Retail: $17.05
    Rainbow Price: $10.25

    Markers are truly a dream with the right paper. This super smooth, translucent 18 lb (70 gsm) paper is a joy to work with markers, pens and pencils with no bleed through—even heavily pigmented alcohol-based markers. Looking to take rough sketch work to final finished masterpieces, this is the paper for you. Also try calligraphy practice work with this acid-free white paper. It holds the ink without bleeding and you can see your grid lines easily under the translucent paper. 100 sheets per pad. ~ Emily

  • Item #: 006213
    Retail: $44.95
    Rainbow Price: $41.95

    So, you're writing stories in English class, and your reluctant writer is whiny and reticent. "Why do we have to write stories? I can't think of anything!" If you can't get them out of their writing slump by suggesting "Well, let's brainstorm," or "Look around you for ideas," just say (with a twinkle in your eye) - "Forget it, let's just play a game instead." Of course, five or ten minutes later they'll realize they're not getting off the story-writing hook, but they'll probably be enjoying themselves so much they'll forget to pout. The game format is similar to most board games your family plays, with a large board featuring a wandering path from beginning to end. Besides a die, scoring pad and markers, the game features eight decks of story element cards and a story outline pad. Basically, as players move along the board, they will collect specific story element cards, and weave them into a story. Card decks are clearly labeled and include topic sentence, plot, character, setting, description, dialogue, lesson, and resolution cards. At the beginning of the game, each player receives a topic sentence. This is the only topic sentence card they will receive, and should be used towards the beginning of the story. As they roll the die, they will land on spaces labeled with the names of corresponding story element cards, and will draw the top card from the stack. By the end of the game, they should have at least one of each element card, and at least five description cards. Then, the writing begins! Choosing from their collected cards, the writer decides which cards he wants to incorporate into his or her story, and writes them onto the outline sheet. The outline begins with the topic sentence, and features blanks to fill in for each part of the story. Under "Setting", they must determine the "where", "when" and descriptors. Under character, they must identify the good guys and the bad guys, and describe both. For the plot, they must identify the problem, and decide on the order of events. Under "Resolution" and "Lesson", they will decide how the "Resolution" and "Lesson" cards they chose relate to their story, and how it all wraps up. Now, players each have a good framework for a story; the trick is now fleshing it out into an actual short story, which may be easier at this point, since a lot of the "unknowns" have been identified. A scoring sheet will help Mom decide if the story included all the necessary components, and will inspire kids not to skimp on the "less exciting" stuff. Since inventing characters, conflicts and settings sometimes takes a lot of steam out of even the more enthused young writers, I would imagine that taking that pressure off of them in this way would free up their imaginations to write a much more well-rounded, exciting story. I'll bet that even Mom and Dad will want to play this one! - Jess

  • Item #: 043520
    Retail: $11.70
    Rainbow Price: $9.25

      Geared towards students, the XL line of paper from Canson features a better quality product at a more affordable price range. Even amateur and professional watercolor artists can appreciate the heavy 140 lb (300 gsm) weight of this rough-tooth textured cold press paper. The acid-free paper works great for watercolors and other mixed media applications. Each pad contains 30 sheets and is bound with a Euro Fold cover that easily folds all the way over flat, making it great for outdoor studies, laying on easels and studio work. ~ Emily

  • Item #: APK3V1
    Retail: $70.05
    Rainbow Price: $47.50
  • Item #: 036011
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $4.75
  • Item #: APM1AB
    Retail: $55.53
    Rainbow Price: $39.00

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  • Item #: 074361
    Retail: $1.99
    Rainbow Price: $1.75

    40 sheets, 62 lb. (100 gsm), for pencils, crayons, charcoal or markers.

  • Item #: 068471
    Retail: $14.29
    Rainbow Price: $9.50

  • Item #: 050101
    ISBN: 9780971787452
    Retail: $26.95
    Rainbow Price: $23.95

    If you can train yourself in the habit, keeping a nature journal offers not only the opportunity to continually hone artistic skills, but also provides ample opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, develop a deeper appreciation for nature, enhance penmanship and writing abilities and become a precious keepsake for years to come. This guide takes students lesson-by-lesson through developing their own nature journal and building the skills they'll need to capture examples of nature's beauty. Created by Barry Stebbing, author of the How Great Thou Art courses, these lessons are formatted similarly with short, easy-to-read lessons and a related assignment. There are 47 lessons total, the first segment focusing on assignments that can be done in the classroom, and later assignments which students will get to head outdoors to do. Lessons include designing the journal cover; learning how to appropriately frame the page; creating various tones in green and brown, and drawing specific objects or scenes such as onions, vines or tree trunks, landscapes, night scenes, farm animals, feathers, insects and much more. The lessons are illustrated with a variety of related drawings (both color and black-and-white) by Barry, some of which serve as examples to copy, and others to provide inspiration or examples for students' own drawing. The last piece of the book provides several blank journal pages with lines, a space for an inspiring quote and blank areas for drawing. You'll need a few specific supplies to complete the lessons, including a hardbound journal, a legal pad, a rubber band, colored pencils, a drawing pen, a writing pen, glue stick, tape, washable markers, a #6 watercolor brush (to use with the markers) and semi-gloss paper. Especially if you're not already emphasizing art in your curriculum, a course in nature journaling can provide your students a rewarding, creative tie-in to your science, English or even handwriting program – and get them outdoors to enjoy that sunshine! – Jess

  • Item #: 035229
    Retail: $4.15
    Rainbow Price: $3.75

    Start young budding artists with their first drawing pad of bright white, medium-weight, lightly textured paper. This paper by Strathmore will surely make any colored pencil, pen, or crayon drawing rock! Comes with two inspirational projects inside the cover. The tape bound pad is acid free, 9"x 12", and holds 40 sheets. Made in the USA.

  • Item #: 019801
    Retail: $6.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.75

    We're tired of drawing those x,y axis lines on graph paper! Now, it'll be easy with our newfound rubber stamp. Children can stamp right on their work paper - no need for a separate sheet of graph paper. Stamp features a 144-block grid with central x/y axis, has a large, easy-grip handle and measures 3" x 3". The size makes it a bit large for a traditionally-sized stamp pad. It will work well with a jumbo stamp pad, such as the large black ink pad below.

  • Item #: 012626
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.75

    Versatile graph paper for recording rod patterns, measurement, place value and more. We use ours for number lines, charts, graphing coordinates, drawing to scale, laying out cross stitch patterns, room layouts, linear and area measurements, fractions, and a myriad of other things! Once you're used to having this helpful tool around, you'll always keep a spare pad handy! Pad of 100 sheets.

  • Item #: 045113
    Retail: $2.69
    Rainbow Price: $2.40

    Although I tested this pad with juicy markers and watercolor paints and didn't see any bleed-through, the real test was when I pulled this out for my two-year-old to paint on! Although there was plenty of water involved, the paper stood up to it! A perfect, inexpensive pad for "little guys" just learning how to paint. The paper is a nice bright white, and is 9" x 12."

  • Item #: 043104
    Retail: $14.99
    Rainbow Price: $9.50
  • Item #: 043096
    Retail: $14.99
    Rainbow Price: $9.50
  • Item #: 043032
    Retail: $14.79
    Rainbow Price: $9.50
  • Item #: 041120
    Retail: $49.95
    Rainbow Price: $44.90

    Harness the amazing wall-climbing power of the Gecko! This kit can create a wide variety of robots, all centering around suction cups. The primary build, the Geckobot, can easily walk straight up any smooth, vertical surface (such as glass windows, plastic, whiteboards, or smooth drywall using the four included suction cups. Such movement is made possible with a combination of motors and air pumps, built into the Geckobot during construction. The 24-page, fully-illustrated manual teaches kids all about suction power and includes instructions for the Geckobot and 6 other experiment builds: an industrial robotic suction arm, suction tow truck, suction gun for picking up light objects, crawling inchworm, smartphone holder, and an ellipsograph that draws near-perfect circles. Other materials needed are AAA batteries for the motor and air pump, scissors, and other routine household materials. The Geckobot kit includes 176 pieces, with four suction cup pads, and is compatible with other Thames and Kosmos kits.

  • Item #: 038607
    Retail: $14.29
    Rainbow Price: $9.50