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Re: Crayola Crayon maker....


From: Teri Tucciarelli (teritucciarelli_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 24 2002 - 12:00:05 PDT

Yes, the kids could do it themselves, even elementary kids. It's designed
to be very safe because when it is heating, the lid locks so kids couldn't
touch the hot parts. (It uses a 60 watt bulb) I haven't done a project with
the crayons, but I have played around with them on my own and they seem to
hold up well. I agree the price is steep, when it's only really practical
for using with a few kids at a time. Wouldn't it be nice if they would make
an industrial strength machine that art teachers could use to recycle all
those old crayons??? But then, we wouldn't order all those new ones. :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bunki Kramer" <>
To: "ArtsEdNet Talk" <>
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 2:06 PM
Subject: Crayola Crayon maker....

> from: Bunki Kramer (
> Los Cerros Middle School
> 968 Blemer Road
> Danville, CA 94526
> *******************************************
> >From: "Teri Tucciarelli" <>
> > For the list,have you seen the new Crayola
> > crayon maker? I was curious and purchased one to see if it would be
> > it to have one at school. (I had visions of recycling all the thousands
> > crayon stubs that I have) It's not quite up to that task, but it is
> > pretty neat. It does a really good job, it's just that it only makes 3
> > crayons at a time, and the process takes about 20 minutes. I think it
> > be fun to use as a reward or center though. Kids can mix colors, make
> > own creative crayons, etc. It comes with labels also. You can see it
> >
> ***********************
> Count me as one who hadn't ever heard of the Crayon Maker until you
> mentioned it. I checked out the site and this little machine look pretty
> interesting. Tell us what you've done with this thing. The price of $29.99
> sounds fairly steep if it doesn't really work to save you time of make
> something unique that's really usable. Have you done a project using the
> results of the crayons yet? Do they hold together well? Can the kids do it
> by themselves? Middle school kid level? Toodles....Bunki
> ---