16 soy wax crayons
16 soy wax crayons
16 soy wax crayons
16 soy wax crayons

16 soy wax crayons

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The best coloring tool for young children !

Crayon Rocks was developed to teach children proper tripod grip for fine motor and early writing skills. However your child holds their Crayon Rock, their fingers will be perfectly positioned in the tripod grip, strengthening finger muscles for early writing.

How do Crayon Rocks help children ?

Since a child's first writing tool is usually a pencil, this pencil should be one that encourages them to use their thumb, forefinger, and forefinger in a tripod grip. This is what makes Crayon Rocks a great tool for developing fine motor skills. Due to their shape, they are not easy for children to grasp in a closed fist, which discourages the development of fine motor skills and is also more resistant to breaking.

Children with cerebral palsy, autism, developmental delays and various forms of learning disabilities have tested Crayon Rocks in the classroom. Parents and teachers of students with special needs often tell me how much their children love them.

Includes :

  • 16 crayons
  • Drawstring Chiffon Bag

Characteristics :

  • Recommended age: 3 years and up, young children MUST be supervised at all times
  • Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.75 x 0.75 inches
  • Product of USA
  • Made from kosher soy wax grown and processed in the USA and colored with mineral pigments
  • Nontoxic
  • Warning: choking hazard

Crayon Rocks

Crayon Rocks was developed by Barbara Lee, a special education teacher who has worked with elementary school children for 23 years. She invented Crayon Rocks after being inspired by occupational therapist Jan Olsen and his Handwriting Without Tears program. She learned from Mrs. Olsen how important it is for children to develop a strong grip on the tripod early in their education process – writing skills depend on it. Seeing that a simple tool for developing these skills in young children was not readily available, Mrs. Lee set out to develop one.

Ages

2-4 ans
5-7 ans

Learning skills

Couleurs et Formes
Motricité fine et Tri
Éveil artistique