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wendy sauls (wsauls)
Mon, 03 Aug 1998 20:59:42

another pitch for crayola - in the past, i have experimented with other
brands, and been forced to use whatever was around or available through the
county warehouse (eek!). now that i have a choice, i choose crayola
markers, colored pencils, and crayons and recommend them to everyone i can.
they're simply the best, in my opinion, for quality and durability. i
don't work for crayola either (i wish i did - can you imagine the
discounts?!). i just hate the disappointment of using yukky materials with
my kids. i think they deserve the best i can afford! i buy in bulk packs
to save money, few or no individual sets. dried up markers, colored
pencils that are impossible to color with, crayons with sickly hues, eew!
no fun! lots of frustration. besides, there is absolutely nothing to
compare with opening a brand new box of crayola crayons and sniffing, mmm!
a simple pleasure. anybody else out there love those new art supply
smells? can't wait till my back to school order comes in!

Wendy Sauls
Art Teacher, Kanapaha Middle School, Gainesville, FL
Doctoral Student, Art Education, Florida State University
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