Melissa & Doug Triangular Crayons Reviews
Product Type: Melissa & Doug Art / Craft
Description:Brand: Melissa & Doug / Type: Crayons
Newest Review: ... crayons are slightly out of my expectation of what they make, I was happy to try them out due to past experience with the ... more
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Customer Melissa & Doug Triangular Crayons Reviews (4)
by - written on 22/03/13, updated on 22/03/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Art supplies are something we are not short on in our house, but when I saw these crayons had been very positively reviewed, I thought I would invest in a set of them for my youngest son in particular to encourage him in his artwork. One of the things that greatly frustrates him is he cannot manipulate pencils and crayons to do what he wants to do. His writing is not as small as he would like, and his colouring is all over the place rather than in the lines, so I thought these might go some way to helping him with his confidence and abilities. He's only 4, but wants to do things as well as his older brother who is 6. The crayons are made by Melissa and Doug, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
My daughter Hollie loves arts and crafts, she has a box full of supplies to make loads of wacky creations. She can spend hours colouring in pictures and for a three year old her concentration to keeps in the lines is amazing. Hollie prefers to use felt tips for colouring but after she kept leaving the lids of the tips dried out and the pens were put in the bin so we switched to crayons. I purchased the triangular Melissa & Doug crayons after having them recommended to my by Hollies nursery teacher. Melissa & Doug triangular crayons cost £4.99 for a box of twenty four. I purchased the crayons from Amazon uk as they has a special offer on at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I've mentioned in a previous review, that my oldest son has never liked to colour in. He will paint now and again, but he has never been one for drawing, colouring etc.... but when he started have problems with writing we bought special pencil grips which really helped. When he took to triangular grips so much I couldn't help thinking about Azana's review here. I'd been considering the crayons since I had read the review, and Azana assured me they were of good quality. I've bought a couple of other items she has reviewed, and always been happy so I gave it a shot. I was hoping these would encourage him to colour a bit, but I wasn't expecting miracles. If I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12, updated on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Much as it pains me to rave about a children's art product - I've got two rather over prolific little artists who seem to permanently keep my recycling bin full - I wish that I'd discovered these crayons years ago as they are so amazingly good. Five pounds might seem a lot to pay for 24 solid 8 cm triangular pencils but we have found these crayons far better than any others we own and when they run out I will be buying some more. These aren't traditional wax crayons but are more like a solid version of the inner part of pencils. This means there's no need to spend time sharpening pencils, something I abhor as I find the even quite expensive pencils can be ... Read the complete review
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