ALEX Toys Little Hands Farm Finger Crayons
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- Farm Finger Crayons includes (24) colorful stackable finger crayons with farm character faces
- It has dog, cat, rooster, pig, sheep and cow-shaped crayons
- Your toddler will learn more about colors, shapes and artistic imagination
- Recommended for age 2 and up
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Update on Jan 3rd. These are VERYYYY STURDY!!! I (and my children) Love them. They will and already have lasted sooooooooo much longer than other crayons. My twins are VERY hard on their toys, crayons coloring books etc.
Not a single one has broke!!!! I am amazed. For that reason this pack is a GREAT deal. I cannot even tell u how many packages of crayons I have bought for them in the last let's say 6 mo. Whether they be high quality brands, thick, thin, always break.
These do not, or have not NOT EVEN ONE! I had to update this review so I could share my experience because I am so happppppy with these. I am so glad that I happened across these and purchased. Not even worn down (just slightly) just a good deal. Thought other mommas would want to know about these!! They seem to last forever, such a great investment, I could not be any happier with my purchase.
This is a personal purchase. I was neither asked or obligated to leave a review.
The little animal faces on these crayons are utterly adorable. There were more 'Oh my gosh, those are so CUTE!!" exclamations from the adults than the kids, and I think the adults got more amusement out of using them as well. The munchkins in the two to four age range liked these because of the easy grip, though we had to take them away from one 18 month old who popped out their pacifier and tried to use one of these crayons as a substitute (so be warned). The older kids (eight and up) thought these made neat looking claws and had fun trying to draw with a crayon on each of their fingers all at once. Seeing that made me wonder if they have something like this but in chalk form. I know they have the Crayola stick that holds a few colors at once to draw with, but I can't recall seeing any sort of finger cap chalk. Anyhoo, the reason for docking a star is that in order to color with these you do have to press down harder than you would normally. The wax isn't as soft as Crayola's, but it also isn't as fragile.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If nothing else these fun and chunky crayons sure are cute and easy for my daughter to grasp. There's a lot to say for the look. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Emily J. Morris
I wanted something for my girl and my nieces and nephews to play with that would be easy to use. They have such little hands and using the regular small crayons are difficult. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Michael Hickerson
These are the cutest little crayons I have ever seen! They make coloring fun! The shapes look like animals from the farm, as advertised, and also make them easy for little hands... Read morePublished 1 day ago by TLM
Our toddler loves to draw, so I was excited to have her try these finger crayons. This is a type of crayon I’ve never seen before. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Go Blue 99
As the mother of two, I have a ton of crayons. I have classic Crayolas, Stockmar, and others. I originally tried to give my 18 month old big block crayons, but these are so much... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kim L
These are really cute and fun to stack but they are crap to color with. As an adult, they are really difficult to hold and I can push hard enough to really see the color, but my... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jennifer Miller
These crayons have a lot going for them - there are a good variety of colors, are sturdy and seem hard to break, and it's cool that you can grab the ball top to hold them or put... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Gen of North Coast Gardening
These are cute crayons. They fit on the children's fingers. They like that they have different animals on them. My daughter liked that. They come in 24 different colors. Read morePublished 14 days ago by B. McCarthy
We’re in the middle of summer, and my kids are home, and one of the best ways to keep them entertained is drawing. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Techie