Collection: Crayon Rocks

Barbara Lee, a 23-year special educator, made the first Crayon Rocks in a garage in La Crescenta, California. Her goal is to create a tool that would help children strengthen their three fingers and learn to hold a pencil properly. This is how Crayon Rocks was created. Natural Wax Paints from 100% American Soy, with vegetable colors, 100% Ecological! Their pebble-like shape leads children to use three fingers no matter how they get hold of it, so they get used to holding the pencil correctly without realizing it. Crayon Rocks are used by occupational therapists and schools. They paint large surfaces strongly and can also be used as fabric paints if the painting is ironed. A perfect tool!