These premium quality crayons are the perfect way for young children to learn to express themselves through the timeless art of coloring. The pure beeswax colors literally shine, without crumbling, sticking or smudging.
Easy for young children to grasp, creating brilliant wide strokes, these crayons are break-resistant and their opacity makes it satisfying to color without being overly concerned about staying in the lines. A pleasant fragrance and attractive storage tins make this set truly special.
Since 1922, Stockmar® has been providing quality art supplies to artists of all ages, for home use as well as in schools.
Their products meet the highest standards for educational, aesthetic, and artistic excellence. Made in Germany.
Comments about Product: I ordered mine years ago and my kids still say how they liked them.They were easy to hold,didn't break and could be used in many ways.What beautiful pictures they produced with them-loved different shades they produced.They did get some debri when I kept them with other crayons but just gently scraped off and kept them in tin after that happened.Highly recommended-well worth the price last very long time
Comments about Product: I bought a tin of these for my daughter 21..yes 21 years ago. they were fantastic and i STILL have them in their little tin box..one is broken but they are all there and ready to use..and we DID use them...they await her grandchild..and I'll buy a new set too...love these easy to use blocks of color... perfect for first exploration of art..hold them any way you want..make wide swaths of blended color or draw a line. these stand the test of time..you'll love them :) I had fun too!!
Comments about Product: My daughter is 18 months old and wants to draw like her big brothers. I have been frustrated with several types of crayons I've purchased for her, though. These beeswax blocks are different. They are big enough for her to make marks with, strong enough to endure drops on the floor (and the occasional gnaw), and bright enough to produce results she can see (unlike regular crayons which she can't push hard enough on). Her success has her returning to the art table frequently to draw some more.