Rated 3.7 out of 5�by 3
Rated 5 out of 5�by Nick Great!
I don't know why the other reviewer would only give this one star and then refuse to purchase these? So its better to NOT have any colors that look like real people's skintone? When I was young the choice was a "fleshtone" or peach color which represented only one skin color or the dark brown - nothing in between. At least this gives children more choices - and you dont have to say "Here honey here are your multicultural crayons." You just put them in with the other crayons and trust me, children will find the colors they want to use.
June 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5�by Mary Finally!
I used to have these in grade school and I have been trying to get my hands on them ever since! I am always losing my peach/apricot crayons when I color! So all my people end up yellowish or tanning bed orange or darker than I would sometimes like them to be. Hooray! I am getting 2 boxes!
May 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5�by ** stereotype
I can't believe this is a product that has a need to be categorizing individuals into a shade that Crayola has to determine.
Really! I am appauled to see that something like this is in stores and worst of all in classrooms. I refuse to purchase this product.
March 22, 2013