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Crayon Rocks 16 Colors in a Muslin Bag
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- Non-toxic, all natural soy wax crayons in 16 colors: red, green, blue, egg yolk yellow, black, brown, orange, purple, pink, grass green, sky blue, sunshine yellow, gray, tan, peach in a cotton muslin bag.
- Designed to strengthen the tripod grip muscles in young children and improve motor coordination.
- Allows small fingers to color easily in large, wide strokes.
- Crayon size is 1 1/4 x ¾ inch (Images may appear larger) Long lasting and durable. Although appearing smaller, volume is actually greater than major brand stick crayons. Size was carefully selected for the hands of young children!
- WARNING: Choking hazard. Not for children under 3. Use with appropriate supervision.
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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.
Legal DisclaimerConforms to ASTM D 4236, EN71 and CPSIA
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The case is nice, and makes it easy to explain to any child that these crayons should be treated more carefully than other crayons.
Con: my daughter dropped the Crayon Rock out of her hand from approx: 3 inches, the normal height something would drop from hand to table. At that point the crayon just broke. I understand these Crayon Rocks do not last for ever and I will need to buy more which is absolutely fine, but this is day 2 of having these Crayon Rocks and one is broken... and while I am writing this review day 3 another one just broke from the same incredibly short fall, I can easily understand a fall for table to floor breaking, but from hand to table? (Not so easy)
So as I move forward I will absolutely keep buying the Pebble styled crayons, but I will more than likely be looking for a different manufacturer.
I was a little disappointed that one of the crayons was broken in half when we received it- you can't really use it because of the shape. But not a big enough deal to send them back and have them replaced. Some of the colors aren't as bright as you'd think they'd be looking at them, but still colorful enough- and they have a different, slightly softer consistency than regular crayons, so you can blend the colors (once on paper) with your finger- particularly fun when drawing rainbows.
I would definitely buy again- they seem expensive, but they last long and they're cool.
My other two also enjoy using them for coloring and drawing. I like that they already come unwrapped instead of picking up crayon wrappers for days.
As far as color goes, these seem just as bright as crayolas to me. They do lay down thicker, so small details are harder to capture. However, if you're looking for something to help with GRIP, it's a great buy. I have watched my daughter's grip improve over the past few months, and it's from her using these crayons.