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"These colored pencils are fantastic, with vibrant colors to inspire artists of all ages! The quality is excellent, and refreshingly affordable compared to other name brands that often cost twice as much. The pencils are long-lasting, blend beautifully, sharpen easily, and come in lovely packaging. The bulk purchasing option makes it simple and economical to serve students and teachers in educational settings too. As an added benefit, they donate a portion of every purchase to support underprivileged children in need of art supplies, through the Dreaming Zebra Foundation! Color Swell's entire product line is great, and their philanthropic commitment to helping young artists to grow, create and succeed is really heartwarming and appreciated. Thanks Color Swell!" - Dawne Camera, The Dreaming Zebra Foundation

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"These crayons from Color Swell are UNBEATABLE!!! I am a preschool teacher and use markers and crayons every day. I LOVE how strong these crayons are. We used the crayons in my class all week and we HAVE NOT had one crayon break!!! THAT IS AWESOME!!!!! I am so appreciative of how fast they were delivered and I loved the note that was sent along in the package. The price of these items can not be beat. I will definitely be back to buy other items and give them a try as well. GREAT JOB COLOR SWELL!!!!! Thank you!!!!"

We supply a large number of restaurants and hospitality venues, with children being the end-user. Therefore safety is extremely important! All our crayons have been tested to meet European safety standards! They are also fully washable allowing any unwanted doodles to be easily removed from surfaces.

Crayola LLC, formerly the Binney & Smith Company, is an American manufacturing company specializing in art supplies. It is known for its brand Crayola and best known for its crayons. The company is headquartered in Forks Township, Pennsylvania in the Lehigh Valley region of the state. Since 1984, Crayola has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Hallmark Cards.[3]

Originally an industrial pigment supply company, Crayola soon shifted its focus to art products for home and school use, beginning with chalk, then crayons, followed later by colored pencils, markers, paints, modeling clay, and other related goods. All Crayola-branded products are marketed as nontoxic and safe for use by children. Most Crayola crayons are manufactured in the United States.[4]

In 1905, the prototype offering of their new No. 8 crayon box (with eight crayons) featured a copy from the side of the medal with an eagle on it. This was changed to the other side of the medal with the 1904 date on it in Roman numerals.

In 1977, Binney & Smith acquired the rights to Silly Putty, a stretchy, bouncy silicon rubber compound.[28] Crayola markers were introduced in 1978 to coincide with the 75th anniversary of Crayola crayons. In 1984, the company was acquired by Hallmark Cards, a privately held corporation. Colored pencils and a line of washable markers were added in 1987.[7]

Crayola crayon packs vary in package counts of just a few crayons sold to establishments such as hotels and restaurants, to hand out to their young guests,[30] to 832-crayon "Classpack" bulk boxes marketed to schools.[31] The colors contained in a package have ranged from two to 200 (although a 200-color package includes "special effect" crayons such as glitters, neons, etc.).

The most common retail packages are multiples of eight, with 8, 16, 24, 32, 48, 64, 96, and 120 packs being marketed today.[32][33][34] A 150-crayon pack featuring a plastic telescope-like case was introduced in 2006, and includes 118 regular color crayons, 16 glitter crayons, and 16 "Metallic FX" crayons, as well as a built-in sharpener at the apex of the tower.[35] This was succeeded by a 152-crayon set in a plastic yellow carrying case in 2013, with all the colors from the 150-crayon set plus the standard colors Piggy Pink and Blue Bell.

According to Crayola, they currently manufacture 120 standard crayon colors which are all included in the regular 120-count box.[38] This does not include specialty crayons like the Metallic FX, Gel FX and the glitter crayons, but does include fluorescent crayons.

In 2020, Crayola introduced a new line of 24 colors named "Colors of the World" to reflect nearly 40 skin tones of people around the world. The box of these crayons will include a gradient skin tone label, and for the first time color names will be written in French, English, and Spanish.[39]

The Smithsonian National Museum of American History maintains a collection of Crayola crayons founded by an original 64-color box donated by Binney & Smith in 1998. The collection now includes more than 300 boxes of crayons.[26]

The Crayola Experience was featured in a Food Network episode of Dinner: Impossible. A dinner was held for 150 employees of the Crayola Experience to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 64-box of crayons. Chef Michael Symon's mission was to create an eight-course tasting menu for this event, where all eight items of the menu had to match eight randomly chosen Crayola crayon colors.[49]

On October 11, 2003, the Experience unveiled "The World's Largest Crayon", a 15-foot-long (4.6 m) crayon weighing 1,500 pounds (680 kg), as part of its celebration of 100 years of Crayola crayons. The giant crayon, 16 inches (410 mm) in diameter, is blue, and was made of leftover crayon bits ("leftolas") sent in by children across the United States.[50]

Crayola LLC produces a broad range of products other than their famous crayons under the Crayola brand name. These include colored pencils, markers, inks and paints, modeling clays, coloring books, and artists' tools. As with all Crayola products, these are all marketed as non-toxic and safe for use by children.[52]

Crayola crayons have become a mainstay in many homes and schools, not only because of their versatility and variety of styles, but because of their importance in helping children develop fine motor skills, their use as building blocks for reading and writing, and their ability to spur artistic ingenuity.

Crayola crayons come in several sizes, many colors, and a variety of different quantities and types to suit the needs of your classroom, learning center, or school. To cater to different age groups and skill levels we offer regular sized, large, and jumbo crayons. A pack of jumbo crayons makes a great starter set for small children who are just learning how to grip and control objects. Whether youre looking for classic colors or more exotic shades like "Macaroni & Cheese", our site carries packages of the eight traditional colors, as well as those with as many as 150 varieties, including metallic and glitter crayons!

Crayola also offers special purpose crayons that make a great addition to any classroom. Crayon chunks, twistables, and washable crayons offer a low-mess coloring experience, while crayons made specifically to write on various surfaces including windows, construction paper, or fabric provide a nice addition to the media traditionally available for crayon coloring.

For convenience, all sizes of Crayola crayons can be ordered in "classpacks", featuring between twenty-five and one hundred four individual crayon sets, designed to meet the needs of your classroom. Not looking for Crayola art supplies? SupplyMe also carries an assortment of Prang and Sargent Art crayons as well.

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Those old enough to pack/unpack their own supplies will feel very grown-up with this Crayola storage caddy, which includes crayons, pencil crayons, scissors, glitter glue and paper. Plus, it stores all the supplies when not in use. $21.04 at Amazon.

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