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Crayola Color Sticks look great on colored or white paper. Made of solid color so there’s no sharpening waste, they have an easy-to-hold pentagonal shape with five points for thin lines or writing, and five flat sides for broad strokes.
Color Sticks resist breakage and last four times longer than standard-length Crayola colored pencils.
Classpack of 120
This set contains 10 sticks in each of 12 colors, including Black, White, Violet, Blue, Sky Blue, Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow, Orange, Red-Orange, Red, and Brown.
Set of 12
This set contains 12 colors, including one each of Black, White, Violet, Blue, Sky Blue, Green, Yellow-Green, Yellow, Orange, Red-Orange, Red, and Brown.
Set of 24
This set includes Red, Red-Orange, Orange, Yellow, Yellow-Green, Green, Sky Blue, Blue, Violet, Brown, Black, White, Gray, Magenta, Pink, Light Blue, Aqua Green, Jade Green, Peach, Golden Yellow, Yellow-Orange, Mahogany, Tan, and Light Brown.
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great time saver
By Faulk art
from Columbia, SC
Comments about Crayola Color Sticks:
This is a great time saver! The colors are bright and bold and layer very well. I use this with my 3-5th grade students. The students artwork looks great and we did not waste time sharpening colored pencils.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Safer for young children than color pencils...
This was a purchase for my 4 year old niece. My brother thanked me stating that these are much safer than sharpened colored pencils. No danger using them vs. sharpened colored pencils.
Works well on dark paper
from Cleveland Heights, Ohio
I had my third grade classes use color sticks to embellish the background of a collage project with patterns. Results were beautiful. The nice thing about them is that they are not the slightest bit messy nor do they smudge like pastels. They don't require sharpening like a color pencil which saves a lot of time in class. They are however, easily breakable if dropped on the floor which seems to happen with kids even if they are keeping them in the trays they come in. The pieces are usable but sometimes they break into a lot more than 2 pieces.
Crayola Colr Sticks
from Denver, Colorado
Students used these for Ball Point Pen engraving and they worked nicely.
good for adults also
By Queen of the Night
from Columbus, OH
I find these are really useful when I want to generate a draft sketch of something I'm going to do later in colored pencil or pastel. The colors don't smudge, they travel very well, and they are waterproof -- all plusses when working away from my desk. I could wish there were perhaps one or two more colors in the green-blue range, and one or two fewer in the red-pink group, but in general they're a great value and surprisingly versatile even for grownups.
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
A hit in the art room!
from Sherwood, AR
These hold up incredibly well in the hands of my students from kindergarten to 5th grade. They don't break as easily as crayons and don't get ground down into stubs in pencil sharpeners. The colors are bright and vibrant, especially on darker construction paper. I keep them in their packaging and students love getting to use their own set. I highly recommend these to anyone who wants a durable coloring tool for young, colorful thinkers. I just wish I could afford getting the 24 packs for my art room. My students would love all the other colors it provides. :)
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Kindergarden lion drawing lesson with color sticks
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Wonderful for a school art program!!!
By Ms. Lowe the Art Teacher
from Colorado Springs, CO
These are the next best thing to Prismacolor Art Stix in terms of quality, but the BEST VALUE for a school art budget. They are similar to the Art Stix but much cheaper and more comfortable to hold since they are hexagon shaped. Much easier on the fingers than a square. I highly recommend the Crayola Color Sticks. I just wish they came in more colors!
The best art medium for toddlers
from Vancouver, BC
No more crayons for the toddlers in my centre. All they want to colour with are these slick sticks. It is chunky and easy for their little hands to hold, the texture is smooth, and the colour is so bright. I will be buying more and few packs at a time as the children use it daily.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Holding up extremely well
By Art Club Liz
from Sheffield, England
Yes, these are hard, but with heavy handed children they are perfect. I break the sticks in half to double amount of sets at the art tables and after months of use they barely look used. Half sticks are also perfect for laying on their sides to add shading instead of using the pointed end. No they don't have a nice sharp point, but coloured pencils can be used along side for 'fine' work. We use them on white, black and coloured paper with great success. I didn't realise they were also erasable until I read the other reviews, an added bonus!
Less sharpening, more working!
My biggest draw to these as an art teacher is they don't need sharpened! Our colored pencil lessons always end up with long lines at the sharpener, and broken sharpeners by the end of the year. Projects using these go smoothly and quickly. The biggest downside is the limited amount of colors - I would like to see more of a selection.
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