Crayon Rocks rock!'
6 December, 2019This is Lewis 6yrs. When Lewis was 3 he had a stroke that paralyzed the right side of his body and also cerebral palsy. He now has to be lefty but it's not that easy to switch pencil grips and we have honestly tried everything. This is Lewis' 'Crayon Rocks rock!' face. These are absolutely the best thing ever for little hands that have difficulty with their pencil grip. Thanks so so much Crayon
-- Australian mother of Lewis
I have a 3-year old son born with Down Syndrome...
6 December, 2019Dear Barbara, I have a 3-year old son born with Down Syndrome. I first saw Crayon rocks while shopping at a children's store a few months ago. I was very intrigued after reading the write-up and its purpose and the fact that it was safe and its tripod grip crayons. Without further thought, I bought a set for my son, Isaac even though it was costly. When I first introduced the crayons to him, he was resistant to using them as it was tiring to hold them using the tripod grip. However, ... Read More
-- Bernadette Choo
From Crayon Rocks.au
6 December, 2019Thanks so much for our Crayon Rocks. My son loves them. The size and shape of the crayon means that he has naturally gone from a club grip to tri grip on first use!! Thanks again,
I bought Crayon Rocks for my 7 year old deaf -blind...
6 December, 2019I bought Crayon Rocks for my 7 year old deaf -blind, developmentally delayed granddaughter and one set for her OT/sensory integration therapist. Amy talks with a communication device using her fingers but has only recently started to hold crayons, paint brushes etc. I've been cutting crayons and pencils to make them shorter, so I was intrigued by the product. Amy took to them
-- Mary Ellen Shattman
6 December, 2019I home-school my kids and I purchased these to teach my 4 year old how to correctly hold a pencil. They work perfectly. He is now writing with much more ease. He is holding it correctly and having an easier time forming his letters and numbers. My 6 year old also enjoys coloring with them, and even using them in her school work to make it more colorful. I highly recommend these. If you can't afford them a cheaper option is to break regular crayons to adjust their hold but these are just so cute ... Read More
-- Catlady - Amazon
These were recommended...
6 December, 2019These were recommended for my 3 year old daughter by her Occupational Therapist. She uses them to color, and she loves them. The bonus is that she has naturally learned how to hold a regular crayon as well because of the way she holds these. They are the same idea as writing with a broken crayon, but my OCD can't handle a bunch of broken crayons laying around. Plus, these are so much more fun! They color well and last a long
-- Sydney - Amazon
Such appealing size, shape and colors for preschoolers
6 December, 2019My 3-year-old grandsons LOVE these "lava rocks."I sent these to my twin grandsons because they use a warming tray to make beautiful melted-wax masterpieces. I had not been able to find crayons that were not wrapped in paper and these seemed to do the trick. I am not sure whether they have used them with the hot tray but I received a video of them in the thick of fantasy play with these beautifully-shaped little crayons. They imagine that they are lava rocks and that each of the 16 vibrant ... Read More
-- Turbodella - Amazon
Worth every penny!
6 December, 2019These crayons are awesome! I love that these crayons don’t have any paper on them because my son tends to rip it all off and make a big mess. These are just the right shape for his little hands and it’s forcing him to use the proper grip for writing without him even knowing it. He loves
-- Amazon Mama
Teach Your Boy Some Dexterity and Fine Motor Skills
6 December, 2019My son is 3 as of this review. Yes this looks like candy (kind of) but he clearly knows it is a crayon set and won't attempt to eat these. So for those reviewers or consumers concerned, don't be. Unless your kid is too young where you would have to worry. Now to the substance...I bought these for a stocking stuffer because I wanted him to learn how to hold a pen/pencil/etc. Boys develop there fine motor skills later in life. As soon as he picked one of these up he was holding it naturally. ... Read More
-- Sebass - Amazon
6 December, 2019Cool, novelty, nice gift for my nephew who I am sure will enjoy the different surfaces of the pebbles for making different kinds of lines. I have to admit - there was a moment when I took them out of the box and looked in the (very cool) bag and thought - I just bought some small chunks of crayon. But he likes them and I know they would have seemed magical to me as a
-- Book User - Amazon