ELC Chunky Chalks Reviews
Product Type: ELC Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Early Learning Centre / Type: Chalk
Newest Review: ... and I actually have to buy chalk which is annoying but hey, I'm sure my little girl is also pleased by the fact that in this ... more
Customer ELC Chunky Chalks Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/01/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
My little girl got a blackboard for Christmas this year and we, or should I say Santa also gave her a pack of chalk as well. I used to live in the Chiltern Hills area so back in my day finding chalk was not a problem. We just used to go into the back garden, pick up the first rock we could find and use that as practically all the stones were chalk. Where I live now as an adult its somewhat different and I actually have to buy chalk which is annoying but hey, I'm sure my little girl is also pleased by the fact that in this pack you get some colour to your chalk too and it's not just white! The pack comes with 20 sticks of chalk and like the name ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/11 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I was inspired to expand the range of craft supplies we have at home for my 3 and 4 year olds when i saw that my eldest had been drawing outside in chalk at his nursery school. They actively encourage the children to express themselves in this way so we often walk across the playground and see body outlines, names, numbers, shapes and stick figures. I looked for a set we could use at home, and my first place of choice to look at was the early learning centre as i trust their craft supplies to be safe and useable by young children. For £1.50 you can get 20 chunky chalk sticks in pastel colours (pink, blue, green, purple, white). The suggested age ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Ok, so the recommended minimum age for these chalks is two years, but I really don't think there's any reason why younger children should not be able to use them, with adequate adult supervision. In fact I'd go as far as to say that as soon as a child (or baby) is able to sit unaided and has a good pincer grip, then they're old enough to start learning to express themselves through art. Freddy is only nine months old, has pretty good fine motor control and loves painting and drawing. When I started stocking up on different art equipment for him, the ELC was my first port of call, simply because I was looking for quality art supplies, that were also non-toxic. These ... Read the complete review
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