Crayola Kids First Markers Reviews
Product Type: Crayola Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Crayola / Type: Craft Supplies / Age: 3 Years+ / These felt tip pens are designed for very young children and ... more
Newest Review: ... was something that attracted me to the pens because there is nothing like being able to get cleared up quickly and ... more
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Customer Crayola Kids First Markers Reviews (8)
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
My son loves drawing and will often prefer sitting drawing or making a picture than playing with toys. He had the crayola crayons, which were great, so I decided to expand his art box by purchasing some of the markers from Crayola too. These came in a pack of 8 markers consisting of Purple, Orange, Black, Brown, Blue, Green, Yellow and Red. They are a good size for smaller tots, as they are really chunky and easy to hold. The lid on them clicks into place, and it's only recently (at almost 19 months) that my son has been able to take the lid off by himself. The best thing about these markers is that the colours are so bright and clear. My son ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/08 (Very useful, 52 readings)
As my son has recently discovered that some things, a biro, will leave marks on other things, the sofa!! I decided I would buy him some crayons. He just wanted to chew those, so when I saw these markers the next time I was out shopping I thought I'd give them a try! It is a pack of 8 markers, Black, Red, Blue, Green, Purple, Orange, Yellow and Brown. RRP is £2.99 (available on amazon for £2.39 currently) Designed for children ages 12 months+. I have seen them on sale in many highstreet shops and supermarkets as well as online. The nib is a secure nib so can't be pulled out by those curious fingers! It is described on the box as a gumball ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/09/00, updated on 06/09/00 (Very useful, 80 readings)
My daughter loves to draw. The big problem in our house is stopping her from drawing on things she shouldn't-bank statement, the walls etc! She's had colouring pencils and crayons only for a while, because I couldn't stand the thought of the mess felt tip pens would make. Then someone brought her these pens. At first I wasn't going to let her have them, but as they said easy clean up I decided to not be so mean! And I'm glad I did. They really are easy clean up. No more walking around with felt tip on your hands for three days, waiting for the marks to fade. These wash out with soap and water. They also come out of clothes in a normal wash, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/09, updated on 09/04/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I dread to think how many felt tips and markers I have bought in my time as a parent - I do try and encourage more eco-friendly alternatives like paints and crayons, but somehow there is nothing like felt tips to get my little artists adrawing. I purchased a packet of these Kid's First Markers this morning as they are currently (April 2009) at the bargain price of £1.60 (rrp £2) at Tesco. We have purchased other markers in the range before but not this pack- I have to say I am really impressed. The markers are a nice chunky size which appears to be just right for my two and a half year old's pudgy little hand - the pack says they are suitable from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/12, updated on 23/01/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Crayola felt tips have always seemed to be in my household, ever since I was little. From a young age I've been creative and now being an art student; a pack of felt tips have become imperative. I've tried many other felt tips such as Berol but I always seem to prefer Crayola. One of the big appeals of them are the vibrant aray of colours that don't loose their intensity once on the paper. Another factor to their appeal is that they do not run out as easily as other felt tips such as Berol. Being a student, I always search for a good bargain and these were just that being priced at £2.99. The pack contained 8 felt tip markers consisting of Black, ... Read the complete review
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