Crayola Classic Color Crayons, 24 Colors, Peggable Retail Pack
About this item
- Teacher-recommended Crayola crayons 24-pack
- Primary, secondary and intermediate colors
- Perfect for ages four and up
- Peggable for resale
Coloring is a favorite pastime for many children and adults. For those who want classic, true hue colors, then this pack of Crayola® Classic Color Crayons is the ideal choice. These brilliantly colored wax crayons are a standard staple of many classrooms.
24 Crayola Crayons Are the Teachers' Choice
With their true hue colors, it is no wonder that the Crayola® Classic Color Crayons are the top choice for teachers and parents alike. They are the classic art tool used by several generations to create memorable works of art.
What Colors Are Part of the Crayola Classic Color Crayons?
This packet contains two dozen Crayola crayons. It has an assortment of primary, secondary and intermediate colors. Not only does this help create beautiful works of art, but it also helps younger children learn their colors. In this Crayola crayons 24-count box, you get an assortment of blue, green, red, brown, yellow, black, white, orange, dandelion, blue-green, red pink, yellow-green, gray, indigo, cerulean, apricot, scarlet, red-orange, yellow-orange, blue-violet green yellow and violet red.
Can You Resell the Crayola Crayons 24 Pack?
This packet of crayons is peggable, meaning that you can hang it for resale at your store. When you purchase these Crayola crayons from Sam’s Club online, there is a minimum order requirement of six boxes, which allows you to stock up on 24-pack Crayola crayons for your classroom or store.
What Is the Appropriate Age Range to Use 24 Count Crayola Crayons?
Almost anyone can use Crayola Classic Color Crayons. However, these are the smaller diameter crayons with a diameter of only 5/16 of an inch. They are not the thicker crayons used to help toddlers learn how to grasp. Therefore, these Crayola crayons are best used with ages four and up. As they are non-washable and small, you should always monitor your child during use.