CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Melissa & Doug Triangular Crayon Set, 24-Piece
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- Durable non-roll crayons
- 24 vibrant colors
- Triangular shape promotes writing-readiness skills
- Handy flip-top case with handle
- Made completely of break-resistant plastic--not wax!
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2. The triangular shape ALSO helps young children grip the crayon properly.
3. The lack of wrappers means the crayons are easier to sharpen, and you don't catch the kids peeling the wrappers off for the heck of it.
4. The colors are clear and bright, not like knock-off crayons.
5. The container makes it easier for young children to get JUST the crayon they want without spilling them all on the ground.
6. These are the most durable crayons in existence. They're, like, unbreakable. It's not the shape - Crayola triangle crayons break too. I don't know what it is.
* Unique shape. The unique triangular shape of these crayons makes a good grip by tiny hands that much easier. As an added bonus, it also keeps them from rolling away.
* No wrapper. Crayon wrappers always end up in the way eventually. These do away with them entirely which also means less waste.
* They come in a plastic case instead of a cardboard box. The case is much nicer, but to be honest, don't expect it to survive the rough hands of excited children.
* No animal fat! A lot of people either don't realize or don't care that most crayons have actual animal fat in them. Melissa and Doug crayons do not have animal fat/stearic acid and are suitable for vegans.
* Color isn't quite as nice as top brands, but is comparable to generics.
* A little awkward to sharpen
* Will break in a firm grip. Other crayons do too, but these are promoted as being break resistant.
* No individual wrapper telling your child the name of the color. Wrappers can be annoying so this is a good and a bad thing.
All said, the pros definitely outweigh the cons. This is a product that I feel good buying for my children.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Crayola has stronger colors, and my 3 year old snapped these in half within a week... which he couldn't do with the thicker triangular crayons from M&D.Published 7 days ago by Erin A
Love that these don't roll around everywhere. Great for traveling withPublished 1 month ago by Kerry O.
These were cute and hard to break compared to regular crayons the colors were good too my 2 year old seems to like marker more but these are greatPublished 2 months ago by CN
the crayons are a bit smaller than I expected, but still very nice. Love the case, but it is a bit hard for Grandma to open. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Karen
Got these today, I have 2 Brown's for one thing... That's not right. I wrote on the cardboard box they were in and they leave debris like wax can when you press hard. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Great shape for little hands trying to learn how to hold and use writing instrumentsPublished 3 months ago by Liljoly