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Crayola Colored Pencil Erasable 24 Count

Item# 1990000000156802P | Model# 68-2424 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Crayola Colored Pencil Erasable 24 Count
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CRAYOLA-Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils. Now kids can make changes or corrections anytime to their artwork with the new Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils! 24 different colored pencils that are bright and have smooth laydown. Fun barrel graphics that make it easy to differentiate erasable colored pencils versus regular colored pencils. Includes: 24 Different color Erasable Pencils 4 New Colors: Jade Green Yellow Orange Mahogany and Light Blue! Recommended for children ages 6 and up. Conforms to ASTM D4236.
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By misaacmom
April 11th, 2011
really works!

I love crayola products - they are high quality and affordable.

Part of the problem with using colored pencils is that they do not erase. These pencils actually do so are great for art and school projects.

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Poor Quality

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I bought them to take notes. I liked the fact that they were erasable. I had bought lead mechanical pencils previously but couldn't find any more, so when I saw these crayons, I was very happy. However, as soon as I started using them, the lead just kept breaking. ALL of the crayons keep breaking. I don't even apply a lot of force. Weird to say, but they are hard to control. The lead doesn't move smoothly through any kind of paper. The colours are super pale as well and don't look like the colours they're supposed to be. This was just a waste of money.

August 27th via crayola-usa
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These have been my

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These have been my all time favorite colored pencils I've ever owned. Love the eraser of course. I use these for highlighting and coloring my bible. I would definitely reccomend these.

May 25th via crayola-usa
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Actually Erasable!

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My mom bought these for my girls and I was admittedly a bit skeptical about how they would erase. Crayola hit the nail on the head and they erase just like a regular pencil! I will say, they only erase the crayola erasable colored pencils, not other brands of colored pencils. They are perfect for students learning to write as they don���t smear and are easier to see than regular pencil lead on black lined paper.

July 8th via crayola-usa
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Erasable Colored Pencils

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These erasable colored pencils have such great pigmentation and they erase what more could you for

June 24th via crayola-usa
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THEY DO ERASE

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These pencils do actually erase wonderfully. What they do NOT do is write. So if you are thinking that you have a pencil that you can write in a planner, grade papers, etc. These pencils are NOT it. I was so disappointed. The colors are great, with my thinking that I can write letters, cards, etc to people and use these pencils to brighten someone's day, but nope. These pencils are for coloring and you can erase when you go out of the lines. I have to bear down so hard to make them write on paper. Please, create a colored pencil that can be used for writing and also erase. So if you are an adult who wants to start coloring, then buy these pencils. If you are an adult that wants to write in colors, do not buy this pencil, the ones with no eraser they DO write on paper, but just do not make a mistake.

June 22nd via crayola-usa
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