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Crayon Rocks 16 Color Crayon Set in Red Velvet

Crayon Rocks

16 Color Crayon Set in Red Velvet Bag

SKU: 728028127904

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$7.25

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Crayon Rocks 16 Color Crayon Set in Red Velvet is the ideal product for all creative children. These 'rock-like' crayons are fat and rock shaped to offer more gripping space for tiny hands. This shape encourages the proper tripod grip which encourages children to develop the proper hold for writing and good motor development skills. The crayons themselves are easy to use and apply colors smoothly and evenly. These crayons are great for all children, but they are especially useful for special needs children or children with impaired motor functions. These Crayon rocks come in 16 vibrant colors and include a red velvet carry bag for on the go fun.

Crayon rocks are made from non-toxic soy wax, but may present a choking hazard to very small children.
Made in the USA: Hestand, KY

Shipping & Returns

Ships from Seattle, WA
Ships in 1-3 business days.
Can be returned in original condition within 30 days.


Manufacturing Details

Assembled in the USA.
All (or substantially all) components come from the USA. Learn more.

Company Details / Crayon Rocks

Crayon Rocks Founder Barbara Lee taught children with special needs for 23 years. She invented Crayon Rocks after being inspired by Jan Olsen, OTR, and the Handwriting Without Tears program. Barbara learned from Jan how important it was to develop early a good tripod grip. Handwriting skills depends upon this.



Since a child's first writing tool is usually a crayon, that crayon should be one that encourages him or her to use thumb, first and second fingers in a tripod grip. This is what makes Crayon Rocks a wonderful tool for fine motor development.



A Little Goes a Long Way
A really good crayon should take very little effort in applying great swaths of color to the paper. In fact, that crayon should be as much like paint as possible. Rich color that goes on smoothly and easily helps little fingers to grow strong as they spill their creative ideas onto paper.



Barbara wanted a coloring tool that students with grip strength problems and disorders effecting fine motor control could use AND enjoy.

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