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Clementine Art Natural Crayons - 6 Color Pack


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  • Clementine art introduces a new way of doing art with children
  • Clementine high quality art supplies are all natural and certified non-toxic
  • Clementine packaging is made of 80% post consumer recycled and reusable materials
  • These are a smooth and creamy alternative to traditional crayons made with paraffin wax
  • They spread, blend and layer with ease, bringing new meaning to coloring
  • As always, no chemical dyes or other additivies

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 2 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002ZPRUJC
  • Item model number: M-213
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,580 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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Product Description

A smooth and creamy alternative to traditional crayons, these crayons are made with natural waxes and mineral pigments. They spread, blend and layer easily and are colored with mineral pigments. Six color set includes green, blue, purple, red, orange and yellow. Recommended for ages 2 and up.

From the Manufacturer

Clementine art introduces a new way of doing art with children. Our inviting, open-ended materials encourage children to create real art. Our fresh and natural art supplies support the healthy development of your child. Clementine is art you can feel good about. Our high quality art supplies are all natural, certified non-toxic. Clementine packaging is made of 80% post consumer recycled and reusable materials. Clementine natural soy crayons are a smooth and creamy alternative to traditional crayons made with paraffin wax. They spread, blend and layer with ease, bringing new meaning to "coloring. Ingredients: kosher soy wax, mineral pigments, beeswax, carnauba wax, vegetable stearic acid, calcium carbonate (chalk), natural Brazilian rosin, and titanium dioxide. As always, no chemical dyes or additives.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Within 2 days, half of the crayons were broken.
Beth
Therefore, as much as we liked them, I would not invest in another box.
Quality Control
Overall, great product for young toddlers that want to be creative!!
troikemom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kyle M. Cornish on October 3, 2010
I bought the crayons and the modeling dough from Whole Foods and after using the materials with my six children decided to order more from amazon. I was a bit shocked at the review so I just wanted to write one myself. As an artist and an art teacher these crayons are excellent. I simply cannot say enough. They are easy to hold for my three year old and have fallen off her art table many many times without breaking. Also, my sixteen year old who is also an artist fell in love with their blending qualities. The colors are simply beautiful!!! I am ordering a pack of the crayon rocks for all six of my children. They are so creamy and smooth that it is just peaceful to work with these as a medium for many types of creations. Love Love Love them!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Angela Vullo on March 14, 2011
I do like the fact they are made of soy but I don't think every ingredient is completely "non-toxic". Overall they are safer than regular crayons so I prefer these. My only problem is that they don't seem to wash out of anything. My son is a little older than 2 and he has gotten some on the carpet and on a plastic bin. I can't wash the color out of either of them. They are quite brittle, as other reviewers have stated, but I have managed to melt mine back together very easily. I just light a candle, hold the 2 broken ends over it for 3 seconds to let them melt, then hold the ends together. Once that cools (less than 30 seconds) I melt the outside a bit by spinning the crayon on its side over the fire to give it a nice seal, Voila! Let the crayon cool a bit before giving it back to your child and it will be as good as new.
So, Overall I like these crayons but I recommend them for older children who don't tend to write on carpets and walls.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By S. Arundel on December 20, 2010
A note about the phrase "non-toxic."
Many things that are marketed to children are technically "non-toxic," but the definition has to do with a very specific number: how many rats die when fed or exposed to the product within a certain period of time. If the number is relatively low (NOT ZERO), they can stamp "non-toxic" on it and parents think it's perfectly safe to use. Google "LD50" and you'll learn something about it, or go to healthychild dot org, where I've learned a whole hell of a lot about the everyday chemical exposures that we are subjected to that over the LONG run are probably contributing to the rates of cancer and reproductive abnormalities, among many other maladies, in our country.

Remember that ordinary crayons are made of paraffin, which is a petroleum (oil) product. Do you want your kid handling and mouthing something made of petroleum? We make gasoline out of petroleum, and benzene, and other really nasty stuff. And if you've had a chemistry class, well... not too smart to let your kids chew on it, if you ask me.

That's why these soy wax candles are such an amazing idea. The only problem is that if they drop on the floor, they shatter much more easily than your traditional yellow-box mainstream petroleum crayons. So I would save them for an older kid who's not dropping their crayons all the time, like my little one does! A great product for older kids (as in, older than toddlers).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mamazabakaka on February 12, 2011
I bought these crayons for my grandson at Whole Foods because they were (a) non-toxic, and (b) a size held easily by a toddler. When I got home, I found one in the box was broken but I didn't have time to return them, so I lit a match, melted the broken end of each piece and stuck them back together. These are the first crayons my grandson ever held and he didn't know what to do with them at first. I showed him, but he was far more interested in tasting them, which was what I expected him to do. However, after watching his hero, Elmo, draw with crayons Elmo's World - Singing, Drawing & More he grabbed one and began to use them on the paper I'd set in front of him. I give these crayons the highest rating for size and the colors are fine, but the breakability seems to be an issue. They DO break and for that reason, my next order of crayons will be Beeswax Block Crayons (Set of 8). NOTE: my grandson DOES use the broken bits to color with, but I'd rather he didn't have to.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Summer B. Frace on March 18, 2011
These natural crayons are easy to hold and have vibrant color and nice coverage but one tumble off the table while my 2 year old was coloring (just a drop, they weren't thrown) and they shattered into pieces. Not one crayon made it unscathed, though some broke apart more readily. Unfortunately, I just can't recommend these crayons because of their fragility.

We also own the Stockmar Beeswax Block Crayons - Set of 8 and they are very durable, have good color coverage (not quite as nice as the Clementine) and fit nicely in a toddler's hand. If you're looking for a good alternative, I recommend the Stockmar products (they have blocks and regular crayons both).

We do own some other Clementine products - namely the paint and the modeling dough and we quite like those so it's a shame the crayons aren't better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kim D. on November 21, 2011
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they color beautifully, but it's just silly how easily they break. the box arrived with 4 of the 6 crayons broken, and within days, they were all in tiny pieces (not from being thrown or handled roughly, mind you, but from 18-inch falls from my toddler's drawing table). the shape is lovely and easy to hold; it's a shame that they're not in that shape long enough for it be of any use. the tiny broken pieces are barely usable for my daughter. a better choice for an older child who doesn't ever drop her things. (does such a thing exist?)
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