Honey Stick Beeswax Crayons

I don’t know if your children are like mine but when it comes to crayons they break them continuously. They are happily colouring away when snap a crayon breaks and that’s it they lose interest in what they are doing. I have lost count of the number of different crayons we have tried to stop this.

When I was sent Honey Sticks Beeswax Crayons from the new zealand honey shop I was amazed not only did the crayons look substantial but they smelt nice as well, with a very subtle smell of honey.

My daughter has special needs and has problems holding pencils etc, due to her not being able to use her pincer grip, I have always struggled to find crayons that she is able to use. I let her try the Honey Sticks and straight away due to them stubbier and thicker than normal crayons, she was able to use and hold them with no problem. It was so nice to see her being able to join in with the fun.

The crayons come in box that you can store them in or you can recycle. They are made from a 100% beeswax and have non toxic pigment and is safe for children , which is a great plus point for me as parent as I know they aren’t going to harmful for my children. They come in a box of 12 with a rainbow of colours, perfect for your budding artist.

I have a 6-year-old autistic son who at times try to break things and crayons are one his favourites. He has tried several times to break these and I am happy to say he hasn’t managed to succeed.

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2 responses to “Honey Stick Beeswax Crayons

  1. wendy (@kikicomp)

    They sound great as my little lad breaks crayons straight away – do they wash off walls though? as my horrors do like ‘decorating’ the walls!

    • Thank you, yes they are really good, we washed them off with a baby wipe. I hope this helps 🙂

      Mine do as well my daughter scribbled with felt tip all over the walls, felts are now banned lol

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