CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Crayola 5 Count Twistables Slick Stix
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- Crayola-This pack of 5 twistable slick six markers includes: red orange yellow green and blue
- Twist up the fun; no label peeling or sharpening needed
- Plastic barrel makes Twistables super strong
- Cool coloring tool for older kids
- Made in Mexico
- Kids love this super smooth colorful crayon
- Durable plastic barrel provides protection to the core crayon stix
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In buying this product, the buyers just need to know that they draw very easily on anything and will mark up anything it touches. But I thought it cleaned up a lot easier than markers and crayons - no scrubbing. And because it draws so easily, it was a great first-step in introducing my little one into the world of art. But everything takes supervision and quick reflexes to make sure they don't draw on surfaces you don't want marked up.
These very much ARE like taking a tube of lipstick and coloring with it. Yes, GREAT description! That's what oil pastels are like, too. These's a HUGE chance to get messy with these, so if your aim is pristine children and carpets, you're way better off with Color Wonder or a similar product. (Those are great for travel, BTW.)
But it's Slick Stix oil base that allows them to (A) glide on the paper so smoothly, and (B) lay down a layer of vibrant color like you wouldn't believe.
Occupational Therapists, if you're looking for a writing tool that gives more sensory feedback than a dry-erase, but with less resistance than a pencil or a crayon, give these a shot. They are LARGE, so no authoring a paper with these; you're going to be making large muscle movements with these things!
IMO they certainly aren't any more messy than acrylic paint or Play-Doh. If you make an art project you want to keep for a long time, you might want to look into using a sealant of some kind, like Krylon or the like.
It's a TOY, it's ART, It's MESSY, it's OKAY. Cool grandmas and aunts: Set up a space in the garage for using these and have the kids make suncatchers with them on wax paper. Have the kids wear old clothes and expect some mess to come with the territory. (You know, like the time you let them do sand art in the garage.)
I'd probably restrict them to age 5 and up...certainly not for mouthing toddlers. Older kids will probably like how vibrant the colors are; and older artists (12+), these are easier to use than oil pastels. Realize they have the same mess factor, be prepared, and go experiment with these things, they're pretty cool.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are great crayons for kids and hard to get where I live (Seattle).Published 1 month ago by C Morrison
Vibrang colors but can't be messy. The colors get on your hands and objects. But they can be easily washed off.Published 2 months ago by Pm217
So easy for toddlers to use, they make darker marks than regular crayons and won't break when dropped. When dropped though, they may leave marks on items. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Stengel
These are very soft and my son can use up a whole pack in one coloring sesson. Also they stained his skin for days and I went to clean them up immediately after he was done playing... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mary Beth Pipes
I just love these little crayons! The slick material that they're made out of is different from a regular Crayola Crayon...
It's like writing with silk! Read more
My daughter loves coloring with these, they give great color with minimal pressure, so it's a great toddler crayon to practice coloring.Published 4 months ago by Bre
Requested these for Christmas for 2 year old, and they are a hit with him and us! As other posters have already mentioned, using them is kind of like coloring with lipstick, with... Read morePublished 7 months ago by HYT
My daughter loves these! They are a little messy but they color comes off easily. These really make beautiful vibrant colors.Published 7 months ago by P. Rutledge