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Ultra-Clean Washable Markers, Broad Line, 8 Ct.

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Kids love to get creative with color, but parents want to keep the color where it belongs and easily remove it where it doesn't! The world's most washable non-toxic broad line markers now come in an improved Ultra-Clean formula that washes easily from skin, clothing, and walls.

Ultra-Clean Markers Take Washability to the Next Level

Kids love to get creative with color, but parents want to keep the color where it belongs and easily remove it where it doesn’t! The world's most washable non-toxic markers now come in an improved Ultra-Clean formula that washes easily from skin, clothing, and common household surfaces--even painted walls.

True, Vibrant Colors from Crayola Color Max

Classic Broad Line Markers provide artists with eight classic Crayola colors that feature Color Max, our most vibrant color yet. Amp up school projects and artistic endeavors with high-quality ink that is true to color. The variety of bright colors in this pack invites imaginative expression.

Conical Tip Makes Thin and Thick Lines

With its conical tip, the Classic Broad Line Marker is a versatile drawing tool. Perfect for coloring in large areas, these markers are also great for drawing thin lines or dots. Kids can even create a ribbon effect with lines that taper from thick to thin. Broad line markers lay down plenty of color and won't smudge or bleed through paper.

Made from Recycled Plastic

Crayola Markers contain recycled resin, which puts over a million pounds of plastic back to use. Bring beauty and color to your world and help keep plastic out of landfills.

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Eight Ultra-Clean Washable Broad Line Markers in classic colors and peggable box.

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Ultra-Clean Washable Markers, Broad Line, 8 Ct. 3 5 1 1
Markers should match caps I am a preschool teacher. I was very disappointed when Crayola changed the markers to ALL black plastic with a tiny color word printed on the side. How are preschoolers supposed to place the correct colored cap back on?? They don't. Older students that are unable to read would also find this to be a challenge. Several times I have started drawing with the wrong color (because I expected the marker to be the color of the cap) and it is frustrating. I think Crayola needs to re-examine how well their products allign with developmental stages and bring back the white/colored markers. It may be more costly to manufacture, but it is better for children. When I spend my money on Crayola, I expect better quality than this. October 16, 2012
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