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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Crayon Rocks are simply the best coloring tool for young children! They are vibrantly colored and make beautifully textured art work similar to oil pastels. These all natural soy wax crayons are made from USA grown soybeans and colored with natural mineral powders. They are designed to strengthen the tripod grip muscles in young children, preparing fingers and hands for handwriting. The shape allows small fingers to apply color in large, wide strokes. Used by occupational therapists and preschool teachers to develop fine motor skills. Crayon Rocks are non-toxic and conform to ASTM D 4236 and CPSIA. Made in rural Kentucky, U.S.A. Length of each crayon is approximately 1 ¼ by ¾ inch. (Images on photos may appear larger). WARNING: Choking Hazard. Not for children under 3 years. Use with appropriate supervision.
Helps develop a three fingered grip. Also, so easy to lose them you should plan on a subscription.Published 26 days ago by jmerwinp
I am very happy with my purchase! This person is excellent to do business with. Everything was perfect (shipping, price, etc);Published 1 month ago by amy lucy janoff
Love the little bag but the crayons where much smaller then we expected and hard for a 15 month old to use, maybe better when she gets a little older.Published 1 month ago by Jacquie Zartman
Our daughter loves using these rocks. They are very durable imo - after several months of usage only one is broken in half. Even then I think it was an accident. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Demetrius L