Crayola Multicultural Crayon

Review: Crayola Multicultural Crayons

It gives me a lot of joy to review the Crayola Multicultural Crayons product. Just like transparent Band-Aids were a no-brainer product that took a REALLY long time to be introduced to our kids, this multicultural crayons product likewise, has taken an incredibly long time to be made available. 

This review is for Crayola’s Multicultural Crayons. I was excited to buy the box of crayons at my local Wal-Mart, which I believe is the only place that sells these products legally. Amazon also sells these but at a very marked up price. I believe I paid about $2.40 cents for the 24-crayons box. The same box on Amazon is over $8. 

In any case, I love the fact that my kids now have the option to paint their people’s faces with whatever color they choose. Not that, that specific limitation stopped them before from coloring their “people” purple or yellow or whatever tickled their fancy but having a bunch of choices to pick from just gives you a more creative outlet. 

More symbolically, what a great way to represent our many different skin colors and hues. The crayons by themselves are like any other Crayon-branded crayons – smooth, waxy, and bright where they need to be. It is simply in the offering of multiple skin color crayon options that Crayola truly stands out! Here is my review of the product:



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