10ct Crayola Markers in classic, long lasting colors
Perfect for school supplies, kids crafts, and more
Contain vibrant color that won't bleed through
Durable broad line markers for drawing
Safe and nontoxic, ages 3 and up
Suggested Age: 3 Years and Up
Pen Point Type: Bold
Ink Color: Multicolored
Package Quantity: 10
Item Number (DPCI): 081-04-0334
These Crayola Broad Markers are great for any kid looking to create their own rainbow. The non-toxic markers are safe for children to use, and the long-lasting markers are just as perfect for school projects as they are for everyday use at home. Be sure to bring these markers out on rainy days or long car rides to help pass the time and let your kids express themselves.
I was coloring a drawing, and I used the “tiger orange”. I started to color my pumpkin, and it was basically brown. I am not very pleased with the color, because I intended for it to be brown. I am not pleased.
1 reply from Colorful Care Team team - 14 days ago
Being that you wanted to color a pumpkin, your disappointment is understandable. Although we think it looks great, we understand it wasn't the effect you were going for. We are sorry this happened, and will share your feedback with our Creative Tools Team for evaluation. In the meantime, our Consumer Care is here to help. Please contact us at Crayola.com/support so we can get you back to coloring!
CRAYOLA PUT "NEGROE" ON A BLACK MARKER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1 reply from Colorful Care Team team - 2 months ago
Thanks for the opportunity to respond to your concerns regarding the word "negro" on the black Crayola marker barrel. You may see multiple languages for the color names on some Crayola products and packages to help children learn different languages using items they work and play with every day. The languages are English, Spanish, and French. The word negro appears along with the words black and noir because it is the literal Spanish translation of the word black, just as noir is the word for black in French. Although it may cause some confusion, negro (pronounced nay-gro) is the appropriate word a Spanish-speaking child would use for the color black. We hope this explanation is helpful. If you would like discuss this further, please contact us at Crayola.com/support.
I love these crayons and so do my kids. The fact that I can share the same product that I used as a child with my children is amazing. I sit with my kids and reminisce of all the crayola fun filled days. The product is still great, the quality has not changed and the price just makes it all that better.