My First Crayola Washable Tripod Grip Markers Review (Crayola)

My First Crayola Washable Tripod Grip Markers
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What It Is

Help your daring doodler with her writing grip as she makes some of her first artistic marks with Crayola's My First Crayola Washable Tripod Grip products. Featuring Stampers, Crayons, and Markers, these stage 2 products are designed with a triangular barrel that fits nicely in a toddler's hand and promotes the proper writing grip. The shape also prevents the art tools from rolling off the table. And no matter where kids make their swirls, lines, and shapes, everything washes off - from hands, clothing, and even walls.

The Washable Tripod Grip Stampers set comes with three triangular-shaped stampers in red, blue, and yellow. The ink is built inside the stamp pad so you don't need a separate messy ink pad. Just twist off the bottom and press the stamp onto paper. The yellow stamp makes a triangle, the blue stamp makes a circle, and the red stamp makes a square.

The Washable Tripod Grip Crayons is a set of 16 crayons with a triangular barrel.

And the Washable Tripod Grip Markers set comes with eight washable markers in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, and black. Each marker has a crush-proof gumball nib.

Is It Fun?

These are all great beginner art tools for the youngest artist. They allow toddlers to get creative and explore with these different art mediums while also working on an essential developmental skill: the writing grip. Little kids will really like having their own crayons, markers, and stampers to work with just like the big kids, and the washable aspect will appeal to parents.

Who It’s For

All of these products are for ages 24 months and up. They make great beginner art tools for toddlers.

What To Be Aware Of

Each product is sold separately. The Washable Tripod Grip Stampers are $6.99. The Washable Tripod Grip Crayons are $3.99. And the Washable Tripod Grip Markers are $6.99.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy