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Don't worry. Any child left unattended for 5 minutes will break every crayon, saving you all that hard work.
I didn't realize toddlers have struggled so long in silence, attempting to hold inferior cylindrical markers.
Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons

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I didn't realize toddlers have struggled so long in silence, attempting to hold inferior cylindrical markers.
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The best thing to get toddlers to have the proper grip is a broken crayon. Forces them to hold the crayon properly in their fingers.
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In for one for my 10mo. Thank you! He'll love it.

Interesting that the Slickdeals Amazon rating shows 3.5 stars where on Amazon itself it's 4.3 O.o
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The best thing to get toddlers to have the proper grip is a broken crayon. Forces them to hold the crayon properly in their fingers.
Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons
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Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons
Nope this is correct, the grip around smaller pieces builds motor coordination in the fingers
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Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons
Don't worry. Any child left unattended for 5 minutes will break every crayon, saving you all that hard work.
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I didn't realize toddlers have struggled so long in silence, attempting to hold inferior cylindrical markers.
Toddlers can use normal crayons, but it depends on their stage of development. Some can talk well at 2, while others don't say anything.
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I didn't realize toddlers have struggled so long in silence, attempting to hold inferior cylindrical markers.
Hah but seriously the description also says it's to prevent them from rolling off the table too. As a parent of a toddler, I have stepped on many a crayon that has rolled off a table and can see how this could be helpful (although probably more helpful for crayons, rather than for markers which probably wouldn't break)
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Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons
No joke. Ask any Occupational Therapist.
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Please tell me this isn't a joke before I go and break all of my daughter's crayons
Before think quick before you lose out on this can't miss deal of saving $2
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Just a warning for all of you potential buyers: these are highly unprofessional according to my boss...
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No joke. Ask any Occupational Therapist.
Pediatric occupational therapist and slick dealer here. It's true. Little hands need little writing tools such as broken crayons. Imagine using something to write with almost as big as your hand! Short story. Dont buy these.
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Yes, OT's use broken crayons to build muscle and strength in little hands. Also coloring on coarser surfaces like construction paper, cardboard, and even sandpaper is another strategy.
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