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Soy Wax Rock Crayons

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Rock on. These playful, pebble-shaped crayons are smooth but perfect for little hands to hold. This homegrown set of 16 colors is made from soy wax and tinted with non-toxic, all natural mineral powders. The soy wax glides nicely over paper and makes for wonderful textures. The tri-grip design helps young fingers prepare for holding pencils and pens. With the vibrant range of different colors, you’ll be able to create absolutely stunning pictures, and when you’re all done, you can store your… See More

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Rock on. These playful, pebble-shaped crayons are smooth but perfect for little hands to hold. This homegrown set of 16 colors is made from soy wax and tinted with non-toxic, all natural mineral powders. The soy wax glides nicely over paper and makes for wonderful textures. The tri-grip design helps young fingers prepare for holding pencils and pens. With the vibrant range of different colors, you’ll be able to create absolutely stunning pictures, and when you’re all done, you can store your set in the muslin bag. Get ready to discover how much coloring rocks! Suitable for ages 3 and up.


Soy wax (crayons), muslin (bag)
Made in Kentucky
1.25” l x .75” w (one crayon)
See package for care instructions

About Crayon Rocks

A simple tool to develop early writing skills in young children wasn't readily available, so the inventor of Crayon Rocks set out to create one. Four years later they had a lovely soft soy wax crayon in the perfect shape and size for young children to use. 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. Because of their shape, they do not allow kids to easily grip them in a closed fist or with any other inappropriate style of grip that deters fine motor development. Children with cerebral palsy, autism, developmental delays and various forms of learning disabilities have tested Crayon Rocks in the classroom. Crayon Rocks have been a hit.