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Great for the grandkids
Loretta from Brick, NJ– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
Bought for the grandkids they are nice markers would expect nothing less from crayola.
Fantastic Bright Colors
Imran from USA– Verified Buyer
These colors are bright and definitely washable. My two year old likes to mark on walls and so these suffice the job of him having fun and me being able to clean the mess easily
AshC from Tennessee
These little squeaks are great. I love "skinny" markers, always have, and these are just perfect. Great colors as well!
Fun for art and school
Canadianladybug from Ottawa, ON CANADA– Verified Buyer
This is one of the three products from Crayola I decided to get from Wayfairs. Yes I know I could have bought them in town but honestly this big size is not easy to find. [...] You should have seen the face of the kids when they saw the markers in the package. We were so much in need of these. We had some but they were old and getting at the end of their life. These crayons are being used highly these days. My oldest son is working on a project to color pages of a book we have for French grammar so that they can produce the answer book for teachers. We have two weeks to work on it. There's 50 pages in it. He is enjoying it a lot. And is using lots of them. I am suspecting that I will have to go buy the bigger markers sometime soon! *grin*The only problem I see about these markers is their "WASHABLE" part of it. Yes if you put marker on your clothes and wash them, it would go away. But on handsâ€¦. it takes more than one washing believe me! My almost three year old daughter used them and had color all over her hands. Wash as much as you want, you need to wait a bit before ALL of it is gone. *sigh*Conclusion: Supervision is needed with her. And not by her 6th year old brother because obviously he is not attentive enough. Seriously though, the markers are great to let the kids loose in a drawing period. And at the same time you would cover art in your homeschool. Ask them to draw something they learned while reading a book.[...]